The City of Orlando’s Historic Preservation Board is looking for a few good photographers to submit photos that successfully capture the essence of “… the quintessential Florida architectural style of the Mediterranean Revival.”

Not sure what that is? Click HERE.

The annual search for photographers is an ongoing program that supports historic preservation efforts in the City Beautiful. The Historic Preservation Board Calendar has been produced by the City since 1991.  Check out last year’s winners HERE.

In order for photos to qualify, subject matter should be of structures that are at least 50 years old (generally, 1910s-1940s) and be within City of Orlando limits. You can always double check if you’re in the City by looking at the street signs; fountain means Orlando and orange means county.

A $100 honorarium will be awarded to each photographer whose picture is selected for the 2020 Historic Preservation Board Calendar, sponsored by McCoy Federal Credit Union.

Other rules include:

Images may be of a single structure or focus on an interior or exterior architectural element. “Structures” may be defined as homes, commercial buildings, fountains, monuments, or signs with defining Mediterranean Revival style character.

Contest submissions must be delivered or postmarked by July 12, 2019 at 5 p.m.

Click HERE for more information.

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