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Congrats Kids in Nature Photo Contest Winners!

Published on: February 05, 2014

Grand prize winner: A mystical fall morning

We are so impressed with all of the beautiful photos that our readers submitted. Thank you for voting on and for sharing your images and experiences with us. Thank you to Verity Credit Union for sponsoring our contest. 

This photo is a true work of art. Congrats Amy Atherton, you are the winner of a family ski vacation for four at Sun Peaks Resort in British Columbia! 


Second place: Polar plunge

This photo, taken off the dock at Alderbrook Resort on New Years day, took our breath away, in part because it made us imagine how cold the water was! Brrr! Congrats Samantha Spencer! You are the winner of family membership to Woodland Park Zoo in Seattle. 


3rd Place Kids in Nature

Third place: "Tree hug"

This photo, described as "Xavier Hugging a Tree on a nice fall walk in Everett, Washington" beautifully captures the magic that children can experience while communing with nature. Congrats Oliver Hinton, you are the winner of four admission passes to Northwest Trek in Eatonville, where little Xavier will have the chance to explore even more trees and wildlife!


Honorable Mention: "The world is so big!" 

We love the story behind this stunning image: "Our first visit to Crater Lake, Oregon. It was raining and then the sun came out right as we pulled up to the lookout and our son ran out and sat there in awe." Congrats Sandy Bates Lehman! You are the winner of a pair of lecture tickets to see Richard Louv on February 11 at Town Hall Seattle, where the best-selling author of Last Child in the Woods: Saving our Children from Nature-Deficit Disorder  will present the latest research on the long-lasting impact nature has on a child’s growth, health and creativity.


come on, Mom!

Honorable Mention: Come on, mom!

How adorable is this little one as she beckons for her mom to follow her through the picturesque Slot Canyons of Southern Utah?  Congrats Taylor Johnson, you are the winner of a pair of lecture tickets to see Richard Louv on February 11 at Town Hall Seattle, where the best-selling author of Last Child in the Woods: Saving our Children from Nature-Deficit Disorder  will present the latest research on the long-lasting impact nature has on a child’s growth, health and creativity.


Puddle Jumper

Honorable Mention: "Puddle jumper"

We want to jump  in with both feet alongside this little one! A perfectly-timed  shot that captures the joy of childhood and a rainy day. Congrats Leyna Rasmussen, you are the winner of a pair of lecture tickets to see Richard Louv on February 11 at Town Hall Seattle. 

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