12th Annual Nature Photography Contest



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Bob Jones Nature Center
355 E. Bob Jones Road
Southlake, Texas 76092

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Novice and skilled nature photographers - You are invited to participate in the 12th Annual Bob Jones Nature Center Photography Contest!

Submissions are accepted September 6 to November 11, 2016. Submissions are easy - just upload your photographs online! You can enter as many photographs of nature as you want from anywhere in the world.

The talent out there deserves to be seen - we want to see your sensational photographs! 

Contest Divisions 

Youth Junior: Ages 14 years and younger 

Youth Senior: Ages 15 to 18 years 

Adult: Aged 19 and older in 3 self-proclaimed categories 

  • Novice 

  • Proficient 

  • Advanced 

Contest Categories 

  • Animals - Captive  

  • Animals - Wild  

  • Creative Interpretation  

  • Floral and Still Life in Nature  

  • Waterscapes & Scenics 

  • Natural Artistic Abstractions in Nature 

  • Bob Jones Nature Center and City of Southlake 

Entry Fees 

  • $5 per image for Youth 

  • $10 per image for Adults 


To register, email We will send you instructions on how to upload your photographs and pay the entrance fee. 

The contest is administered by the Bob Jones Nature Center’s Camera Club with proceeds donated to the Bob Jones Nature Center in Southlake, TX ( 

For complete contest information - schedule of events, image submission guidelines and payment instructions - please visit the BJNC Photography Contest Facebook event page. 

Welcome to a unique opportunity to explore and discover. Bob Jones Nature Center and Preserve is here to help you appreciate the beauty and understand the importance of our Cross Timbers ecosystem. Come to hike, bird, or learn more about this precious North Central Texas habitat. The Bob Jones Nature Center and Preserve is a City of Southlake park, 501(3)(c) nonprofit, and a treasure for all of us. The mission of Bob Jones Nature Center and Preserve is to restore and preserve the Eastern Cross Timbers ecosystem through environmental leadership, education, and compatible outdoor activities. - Contact Bob Jones Nature Center at  
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