Garden News: The Tropical Paradise Photo Contest

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Our Tropical Paradise exhibition is in full swing under the glass of the Conservatory, offering up all the summer warmth and escapism you could need during this winter of frigid polar vortexes. But it’s more than just bright rain forest flowers and a place to ditch your gloves and galoshes. Believe it or not, this highlight of our permanent tropical collection is also a test of skill! Though not to worry—there’s minimal exercise involved beyond working your shutter finger.

This year’s photography contest is all-inclusive. By that, I mean you’re all welcome regardless of gear or skill level. Are you a novice with an iPhone in tow, hoping to get a few pics for your Twitter account? You’re in. Canon-toting DSLR superstar with a years-deep portfolio? Also more than welcome! (Though you’ll have to leave the tripods and monopods at home—sorry!) If you’re rocking an ancient Polaroid SX-70 with disposable flash bars, we want to see your photos. So don’t shy away. As long as you’ve got a Flickr account (and they’re incredibly easy to make), you’ve got a chance at winning our grand prize: a certificate for a free NYBG Adult Education class of your choice.

If you’re not sure what to expect, just lend Kevin Character your eyes and ears for a moment and he’ll set everything straight. He’s got a knack for this sort of thing.

Tropical Paradise runs through February 23, meaning this is only the second in our six-week contest. And while it doesn’t matter when you decide to take part, competing in more weekly rounds definitely can’t hurt your chances to snap that winning photo. There are a few rules, regulations, submission guidelines and schedules to keep track of, so please give them a once-over before you dive in. But beyond that, we look forward to seeing everyone throwing their hat in the ring on Flickr! Stay tuned on Tuesdays when we announce each week’s winners.

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