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Biology student places second in photo contest

Eli Harris's Photo Contest Submission of a Waterfall
A person stands with their back to the viewer looking at a waterfall in Big South Fork National River and Recreation Area. (Photo/Eli Harris)

Biology student Eli Harris placed second in the National Park Service’s annual Big South Fork Photo Contest for the Big South Fork National River and Recreation Area. Harris submitted their photo, entitled “Nature’s Music,” in the Tennessee Landscapes category. A reception for finalists was held at the Bandy Creek Visitor Center of the Big South Fork National River and Recreation Area in Oneida, Tennessee. The finalists’ photos were displayed at the Bandy Creek Visitor Center for a month following the reception.

Big South Fork National River and Recreation Area posted a video of the finalists and winners on their Facebook page on September 2nd. Further information on the contest is available on the National Park Service website

National Park Service Photo Reception

National Park Service Reception

Reception for photo contest finalists at the Bandy Creek Visitor Center. (Photo/Eli Harris)

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