Celebrate Beautiful Roadsides
Enter our annual photo competition
Grab your cameras and get outdoors to photograph native plants and the open road. For the sixth straight year, the Wildflower Center will host a wildflower and native plant photography competition. In honor of the 50th anniversary of the passing of the 1965 Highway Beautification Act, this year’s contest theme is Beautiful Roadsides. We will begin accepting entries here and on Facebook on June 1 and will finish accepting entries by June 30.
We are celebrating the beautiful scenes that are afforded to us along our roadsides, courtesy of the pioneering work by Lady Bird Johnson and President Lyndon Baines Johnson. All photographs must feature native plants or trees taken in any season in any year along any North American roadside. Don’t leave the road out! People are part of this picture too, so the road must be visible in the picture.
This year’s competition will allow your friends and family to vote on your entries. There will be no private judging associated with the competition. The top 3 public vote winners will receive complimentary Wildflower Center memberships or renewals of current memberships (which include reciprocal access to 300-plus gardens nationally).
So go on outdoors and get some roadside wildflower shots to enter this summer!
The fine print: By entering this contest you understand that the Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center, anyone acting on behalf of the Wildflower Center, or its respective licensees, successors and assigns will have the right, where permitted by law, without any further notice, review or consent to print, publish, broadcast, distribute, and use, worldwide in any media now known or hereafter in perpetuity and throughout the World, your entry, including, without limitation, the entry and winner's name, portrait, picture, voice, likeness, image or statements about the Contest, and biographical information as news, publicity or information and for trade, advertising, public relations and promotional purposes without any further compensation.
View winners of past contests