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About Bear Your Soul Contest
ForestEthics, Greenpeace and Sierra Club are asking you to “Bear Your Soul”. Don’t worry, this will be much easier than therapy.
We don’t want to stifle your creativity--you know what you’re doing, so just submit your great photos.
1. Submit the photo for “Bear Your Soul” to our Flickr photo group by December 15, 2008.
2. Our panel of judges will choose the 20 finalists.
3. The 20 finalists will be featured on www.SavetheGreatBear.org, where you can vote to choose the winners. We’ll notify the finalists and post to this group.
4. On January 15, the votes will be tallied and the winners announced.
Rules and Information
1. Finalists can be from anywhere.
2. You can submit as many photos as you like.
3. You're welcome to either take a brand new photo, or submit an older photo from your Flickr account.
4. We may use the images in promoting the campaign, but we'll always credit the photographer and he or she always maintains copyright
5. Submitted photos must abide by Flickr's Group Guidelines
6. Don't know how to submit a photo to a group? Find out how .
7. We're only accepting photos for this contest--no videos, please.
Grand Prize: Tide Rip Grizzly Tours, Forest Ethics, Greenpeace and Sierra Club are partnering to donate a two person Grizzly Bear Tour to Knight Inlet (valued at $265) for the summer of 2009. The trip can be taken from May 15 to August 25, 2009. Leaving from Telegraph Cove at 7:00 AM returning at 4:00 PM.
Second Prize: Wildlife Photographer Andy Wright is donating any picture
(to be selected by winner) on his website (printed and framed copy will be sent to winner).
10 Runners-up will each win a $50 iTunes card.
More About the Great Bear Rainforest
Individuals can send a message to the government of British Columbia, urging them to keep their promise to concerned citizens in BC and around the world by visiting this page and signing an online petition:
There's more information at www.savethegreatbear.org.
We've also made a two-minute video that you might want to check out.
This is a public group.