U.S. Department of Energy
What does Earth Day mean to you?
What does Earth Day mean to you?  Send us your most interesting, fun, or moving shot!
Enter the contest by taking a photograph of a place that captures the spirit of Earth Day or the environment for you, or of a special person who represents the importance of protecting the Earth and its environment for the future.
We invite all DOE employees and DOE contractors to help us capture images of the environment as you see it or as it “speaks” to you.
Entry Procedures and Requirements:

 Submit photographs via email to by   4 pm ET Friday, April 6, 2012 (.jpg or .tiff image preferred)

‒ Maximum of two submissions per person
‒ Files must not exceed 15MB
‒ Please size photographs to no larger than 8”X10”

 Title each photograph in the file name and the email

 Include your contact information in the email

Where to View:
A broad selection of the photographs will be featured at DOE’s Earth Week 2012 Community Day, April 19, 2012, from 11:00am – 2:00pm, on the DOE Plaza.  Winners will be announced at that time and will also be notified via email.  Photos will be displayed on the DOE website at on April 19, 2012.

The Earth Day 2012 photo contest committee, led by Beverly Whitehead (HS‐21) and Albes Gaona (EM‐13), will determine the winning photograph and the 2nd and 3rd place winners.  Winners will be announced April 19, 2012, and will be notified via email. The winner will receive a $100 American Express gift card, and second and third place winners will each receive a $50 and $25 gift card.

There are no criteria for the winning photos, so be creative and have fun!

Email questions to Diane Burnes, at

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