Have you taken a captivating, colorful photo of Plumas County you would like us to consider using in the 2014 Plumas County Visitors Guide? If your photo exemplifies everything that makes this county such a great place to visit, we encourage you to submit it via email to PVGphotos@plumasnews.com. Email one photo at a time with the subject line “PVG photo submission (subject).” For example: “PVG photo submission swimming.”
Be sure to include details about where the photo was taken, your phone number and permission for us to use it in our publications. We encourage scenic photos with people doing visitor-type activities, but scenics are also welcome. Look for photos that inspire you to want to go visit the location shown. For photo ideas, pick up a copy ofthe 2013 Plumas County Visitors Guide at a local business or navigate to plumasnews.com and look for the Visitors Guide link in the left column.
For additional information call or email Kevin Mallory at Feather Publishing: (530) 283-0800; PVGphotos@plumasnews.com.
Photos are needed for the following list of subjects taken from theTable of Contents of the Plumas County Visitors Guide:
100 free things to do
Arts and culture
Biking, mountain and road
Calendar of events
Canyon Dam area
Chester-Lake Almanor area
Christmas tree cutting
Plumas-Sierra County Fairgrounds
Feather River Canyon
Graeagle and Lakes Basin area
Hiking, running, walk/run events
Lassen Volcanic National Park
Parks and picnic areas
Places to stay
Plumas-Eureka State Park
Portola and Sierra Valley
Quincy and American Valley area
Skiing and snowboarding
Snowshoeing and Nordic skiing
Stargazing and cloud watching
Trains and rail fanning
Visitor information centers
Weddings and honeymoons
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