Photo of the Week: Saving the Bay One Trash Pick-Up at a Time!

LitterPickUp_ChesapeakeBeach_ByChrisCareyPhoto by Chris Carey.

"I walked a jetty in Chesapeake Beach and picked up all this in 10 minutes. If we all did this once a month imagine the difference we could make. SAVE THE BAY!"

—Chris Carey

Learn about more things you can do to help Save the Bay, and be sure to sign up for this year's 25th Annual Clean the Bay Day!

Do you have a favorite Bay photo you'd like to submit to the Chesapeake Bay Foundation's Photo of the Week contest? Send your digital images to CBF's E-Communications Manager, Emmy Nicklin, at enicklin [at sign] cbf.org, along with a brief description of where and when you took the photo, and what the Chesapeake Bay means to you. We look forward to seeing your photos!


Photo of the Week: Where in the World Is Save the Bay Now?

WhereintheWorldPhoto by Miriam McCullough.

Hemingway, Capote, and Bishop have all called this whimsical place home. Located at 24.5° N, 81.7° W, this is a place for prime Green Flash viewings. A once playground for pirates and rumrunners, this vibrant place is steeped in history...and beautiful blue-green waters. So Where in the World is Save the Bay Now? Enter your guesses in the comments below...

Are YOU going on any trips this summer? "Save the Bay" is on a quest to travel the world! So bring your sticker with you on your journeys. When you return, send us your digital photos of "Save the Bay" in front of different notable (or even not-so notable) scenes across your city, county, country, and worldNo place is too small or too ordinary, even your own backyard will do! If you don't have a sticker, e-mail CBF's E-Communications Manager, Emmy Nicklin, at enicklin [at sign] cbf.org. We look forward to hearing and seeing your travel stories! 

 


Photo of the Week: Where in the World is Save the Bay Now?

0310121646-1Photo by John Page Williams/CBF Staff.

She's been to Iceland, Miami, Paris, and now the desert--land of heat and dust and 100-year-old Saguaro Cacti. Here she poses in the foothills of the Santa Catalina mountains near what city? Enter your guesses as to where the "Save the Bay" sticker is now in the comments below...

 

Are YOU going on any trips in the near future? "Save the Bay" is on a quest to travel the world! So bring your sticker with you on your journeys. When you return, send us your digital photos of "Save the Bay" in front of different notable (or even not-so notable) scenes across your city, county, country, and worldNo place is too small or too ordinary, even your own backyard will do! If you don't have a sticker, e-mail CBF's E-Communications Manager, Emmy Nicklin, at enicklin [at sign] cbf.org. We look forward to hearing and seeing your travel stories!  

 


Photo of the Week: Where in the World Is Save the Bay Now?

342Photo by Cathy Lukaszewicz.

CBF member Cathy Lukaszewicz recently took "Save the Bay" on vacation with her to the land of Northern Lights, volcanoes, and glaciers. A favorite destination for the Vikings back in the day, this country is the world's 18th largest island. Made up of fjords, warm springs, jagged cliffs, glacial rivers, and much, much more, this country is an outdoor lovers' paradise. So where in the world is "Save the Bay" now?! Write your guesses in the comments below.

 

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Are you going on any trips in the near future? "Save the Bay" is on a quest to travel the world! So bring your sticker with you on your journeys. When you return, send us your digital photos of "Save the Bay" in front of different notable (or even not-so notable) scenes across your city, county, country, and worldNo place is too small or too ordinary, even your own backyard will do! If you don't have a sticker, e-mail CBF's E-Communications Manager, Emmy Nicklin, at enicklin [at sign] cbf.org. We look forward to hearing and seeing your travel stories!  

 


Photo of the Week: Where in the World Is Save the Bay Now?

IMG_0426Photo by Abigail Harlan.

This week "Save the Bay" has gone on vacation to the land of art deco, neon lights, and latin lovers. At one point a swamp, this culturally rich and vibrant city often battles hurricanes and heat waves. It's a favorite backdrop to quirky Carl Hiaasen novels and shallow T.V. shows, and its expansive hotel-lined beaches has given it its "America's Riviera" nickname. Where might "Save the Bay" be? Write your guess in the comments below!

 

Are you going on any trips in the near future? "Save the Bay" is on a quest to travel the world! So bring your sticker with you on your journeys. When you return, send us your digital photos of "Save the Bay" in front of different notable (or even not-so notable) scenes across your city, county, country, and worldNo place is too small or too ordinary, even your own backyard will do! If you don't have a sticker, e-mail CBF's E-Communications Manager, Emmy Nicklin, at enicklin [at sign] cbf.org. We look forward to hearing and seeing your travel stories!   

 


Photo of the Week: Where in the World Is Save the Bay Now?

Photo1All photos by Miriam McCullough.

This week the  Chesapeake Bay Foundation's "Save the Bay" sticker went on a trip to the City of Light where she indulged in "A Moveable Feast" about town. Can you guess where she is? Alas, are you STILL having trouble? The following two photos should help...

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Are you going on any trips in the near future? "Save the Bay" is on a quest to travel the world! So bring your sticker with you on your journeys. When you return, send us your digital photos of "Save the Bay" in front of different notable (or even not-so notable) scenes across your city, county, country, and worldNo place is too small or too ordinary, even your own backyard will do! If you don't have a sticker, e-mail CBF's E-Communications Manager, Emmy Nicklin, at enicklin [at sign] cbf.org. We look forward to hearing and seeing your travel stories!