Photos in this category could include historical parks, forts, lighthouses, battlefields or archeological sites.
“Ultimately, our goal is to encourage residents and visitors to explore Alabama’s outdoor spaces and document them through photography.” The contest is open to adults and youth.A total of 10 photos per person may be entered in the following categories: Alabama Bicentennial Birds of a Feather Bugs and Butterflies Coastal Life Cold-blooded Critters Nature-Based Recreation Shoots and Roots State Park Adventures Sweet Home Alabama Watchable Wildlife Waterfalls Young Photographer Category explanations and additional entry information may be found at Weitere Informationen zu unseren Cookies und dazu, wie du die Kontrolle darüber behältst, findest du hier: Cookie-Richtlinie.When I first got braids a couple of months ago, I was riddled with compliments. That moment when you stop being reluctant to talk about race issues because, get real, you’re not dating an ignorant jerk.
People assume that just because your BF is white that you’re only into white dudes. An exhibit of 2018 winners is currently on display around the state.For more information, call 334-242-3151 or email Kim Nix at [email protected] is currently working with Auburn University researchers and other state and federal agencies to collect data on the state’s black bear population and movements.Do you like hot women and casual meetings and want to have a hot adventure or a fling? Meet attractive women from your neighbourhood and enjoy a no-obligation sex adventure.Experience erotic highlights at a non-binding sex meeting with like-minded women from your region. Want to have private sex meetings and casual togetherness?Contest coordinator Kim Nix says a new category connects the celebration of statehood to the photo contest, which is in its 14th year.