DW Winning Calendar photo (2020)

The winning photo of the 2020 calendar’s cover spot, an autumn color reflection of Ridge Run County Park in Washington County, was taken by Morgan Kielisch and was chosen from more than 1,000 entries.

Discover Wisconsin, the state’s leading media brand and tourism TV show, has launched its popular photo contest via social media. In partnership with Wisconsin Counties Association, 12 fan-submitted photos will be published in Discover Wisconsin’s annual calendar, featuring images of Wisconsin destinations.

The photo contest is accessible on the Discover Wisconsin’s Blog The Bobber: http://bobber.discoverwisconsin.com/2021-calendar-contest/ . 

Entries will be accepted until May 31.

“Wisconsin is one of the most beautiful states and based on the photo entries we see every year, our fans seem to agree,” said Mariah Haberman, co-host and director of Discover Wisconsin. “This year, the photo selection process will be even more exciting: Our fans will be the judges! Follow Discover Wisconsin on social media to help us choose the very best.”

Following the submission and voting period, the Discover Wisconsin crew will select the top 24 photos and fans will have the opportunity to vote for their top 12 picks via Discover Wisconsin’s Facebook and Instagram channels.

Of the top 12, the Discover Wisconsin crew will select the photo to be featured on the cover of the calendar.

The winning photo of the 2020 calendar’s cover spot, an autumn color reflection of Ridge Run County Park in Washington County, was taken by Morgan Kielisch and was chosen from more than 1,000 entries.

Applicants must submit an original digital photo, at least 300dpi and no smaller than 5” x 7” in jpeg file format, that features a Wisconsin destination and include their name, address, email address, photo location and photo caption.

For more guidelines, visit bobber.discoverwisconsin.com/2021-calendar-contest/. Discover Wisconsin will announce the photo winners via various social media channels.

The Wisconsin Counties Association is an association of Wisconsin county governments gathered to represent Wisconsin’s 72 counties. The WCA works diligently to allow its membership to serve their constituents in the most effective way possible; for more, see https://www.wicounties.org/.

Discover Wisconsin can be streamed worldwide on Roku, AppleTV, SmartTV, Google Chromecast, Amazon Fire, YouTube and discoverwisconsin.com. The show can be seen statewide on Fox Sports North (FSN) Saturday morning at 10 a.m.

For more on this and other episodes or the broadcast schedule in other areas please visit www.discoverwisconsin.com.

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