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2022 NSPCB Calendar Contest

Attention all NSPCB Members


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From: Bill Caswell
Sent: Monday, January 23, 2021 10:42 AM
Subject: 2022 NSPCB Calendar Contest

Happy New Year all,

I hope this email finds you healthy and well.

I am writing to remind you that we are accepting photos for the 2022 NSPCB Calendar until February 28, 2021. As you travel around this winter, watch for opportunities for calendar photos. Because of the incredible popularity of last year’s contest, we have decided to limit submissions to ten images per person. There is no specific theme this year, so this is your opportunity to pick out a few of your favorites.

Photos taken during the past year or two are preferred, but we understand that some of you may not have done much traveling recently and will accept older images. As in the past, the committee will be looking for images from a variety of states and seasons so the calendar presents structures throughout the United States and Canada. Images of bridges which have not yet been featured on one of our calendars will be given preference over those which have previously been included. Images showing some of the area surrounding the bridge are preferred over tightly cropped photos. This allows space to insert archival photos or just to appreciate the setting of the structure.

Images should be submitted to me in a digital format at a high enough resolution so it still looks good at 8½“ x 11”. They can be emailed to, transferred through a file sharing service such as Dropbox or mailed on a flash drive, CD or other media. If you prefer to mail them to me, let me know and I will send along our address.

After the deadline, I will provide copies of all images to the selection committee. I do not participate in the initial selection process since I know who submitted each photo.

Remember, we are looking for photos from members so please don’t share this email with non-members. I look forward to seeing your photos.

Bill Caswell
Hillsboro, NH

President, National Society for the Preservation of Covered Bridges


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