Your Child’s Best Cloud Photo Could Be Displayed in La Nube’s “Big Sky” Exhibit
From sunsets to sunrises, El Pasoans love to snap a photo of El Paso skies no matter the weather because El Paso’s sky can sometimes be a beautiful sight.
Well, if your child has ever snapped a photo of the El Paso sky and you’ve thought “Wow, this picture should be in a museum somewhere,” well you are in luck!
El Paso’s Children's Museum, La Nube, has announced its first-ever kid's digital photo contest, “The Clouds Around Us.”
Museum officials are seeking amazing photos taken by school-aged children, Pre-K - 12th grade.
These photos must be of El Paso clouds, any time of the day, and any type of weather. Any digital format is accepted, but remember that the higher the resolution, the better.
If a child is under the age of 18, a parent must give permission before submitting a photo.
When filling out the submission form, contestants will be asked what kind of clouds are being shown in their photo; Stratus, Cumulus, Cirrus, or Nimbus.
Winners of the first-ever kid's digital photo contest will have their photos displayed in La Nube's "Big Sky" Exhibit.
So if you know a young student who loves to take photos then send them outside to grab their best El Paso cloud photo and enter this contest before November 18.
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