2009 Monthly Photo Contest Winners -- Annual Contest

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!The Florida State Parks Photo Contest is ending Dec. 31, 2016, and submittals for the contest will no longer be accepted. However, the photo contest will remain functional for public voting for the December contest and to announce the December winner and annual winner(s). Florida State Parks will be working on partnerships throughout the following year to host future photo contests. Check the Florida State Parks website and Facebook pages for details.

Caladesi Island State Park
"Walking along the beach. A city can be seen in the horizon."
Photographer:
Chrisanthy
Inscor
Caladesi Island State Park
"Baby discovering seaweed."
Photographer:
Chrisanthy
Inscor
Bulow Plantation Ruins Historic State Park
"Sugar Mill Plantation historic site."
Photographer:
Iouri
Dovnarovich
Bulow Plantation Ruins Historic State Park
"A friendly armadillo in his den."
Photographer:
Iouri
Dovnarovich
Blue Spring State Park
"Sunset over the tree line"
Photographer:
Vince
Edlebeck
Blue Spring State Park
"Serene waters at Blue Springs State Park."
Photographer:
Suzanne
Ridenour
Blue Spring State Park
"Manatee visiting beautiful Blue Springs."
Photographer:
Suzanne
Ridenour
Blue Spring State Park
"Manatee and baby heading toward St. John's River from Blue Springs."
Photographer:
Suzanne
Ridenour
Blue Spring State Park
"Evening light shining through moss-covered branches."
Photographer:
Suzanne
Ridenour

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