Cold Snap: Our Winter Nature Photo Contest Returns
Yes, we know winter is supposed to be cold. Yes, we understand that cold temperatures help keep tick populations down and give parsnips and kale a reason to exist. But still, when it’s 9°F outside (and you’ve just shoveled two feet of snow off your driveway), it’s hard to appreciate the rhythms of the natural world.
Maybe you can help. Last year you warmed our frosty hearts with your submissions to our winter nature photo contest— so much that we’ve decided to do it again. So bundle up, take your best shot, and send it our way.
Contest Prize & TERMS
ELIGIBILITY: All / 13+ Not eligible to enter? - Find contest where you are.
COPYRIGHT: You represent and warrant that the “Photo” is your original work and does not violate or infringe any third party’s privacy, right of publicity, or intellectual property rights, including without limitation, copyright.
USAGE RIGHTS: In consideration for Science Friday permitting you to participate in the Contest, the sufficiency and adequacy of which is hereby acknowledged, you hereby grant to Science Friday and its affiliates a perpetual, irrevocable, royalty-free, non-exclusive, worldwide license to exercise the rights in the Photo and the Interview, including without limitation the rights to create derivative works in whole or in part and to reproduce, copy, modify, or otherwise use the Photo, the Interview, and any derivative works, and any part thereof in combination with, or as a composite of other matter, including, but not limited to, text, data, images, photographs, illustrations, animation and graphics, video or audio segments of any nature, in any media or embodiment, now known or hereafter to become known, including without limitation all formats of computer readable electronic magnetic, digital laser or optical-based media (the “Works”) for any purpose whatsoever; use and permit to be used your name, image, or quotes whether in original or modified form, in connection with the Works; and display, perform, exhibit, distribute, transmit or broadcast the Works by any means now known or hereafter to become known.