MST Photo Calendar Contest 2019

Due to the success of our Photo Calendar Contest last year, we’re going to give it another go this year!

We had some great entries last year, and hope to do even better this year. Get those cameras out early and get snapping! This year’s deadline will be August 30, 2019, so that we can have calendars available for sale at the Cain foray in September.

We ask that you submit your photographs as digital JPEG files (most common file types used by digital cameras), in as high a resolution as you can provide. Also, the preferable format for photos is “landscape”, or widescreen format, commonly used in most calendars. Entries can be emailed to calendar@myctor.org.

See full Contest Rules for details.

Randy Brown's Photos and Galleries
May 14, 2016
Toronto

Quite a few are visible here, and there were several more on the far side of the dead stump
Polyporus Squamosus
May 14, 2016 Toronto Quite a few are visible here, and there were several more on the far side of the dead stump
Posted: May 14th, 2016

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Sarcocypha
York Regional Forest
Foray May 7, 2016
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Sarcocypha York Regional Forest Foray May 7, 2016
Posted: May 12th, 2016

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Some kind of bracket fungus
York Regional Forest Ballantrae
May 7, 2016 Foray
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Some kind of bracket fungus York Regional Forest Ballantrae May 7, 2016 Foray
Posted: May 12th, 2016

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Dry earth star
York Regional Forest Ballantrae
May 7, 2016 Foray
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Dry earth star York Regional Forest Ballantrae May 7, 2016 Foray
Posted: May 12th, 2016
 
Sheryl McKee: I really like these ones, and when they are dry they stay this way :).

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Morchella Elata
Palgrave Forest
April 30, 2016
My first Morel.  Quite tiny, Umberto pointed this out to us.
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Morchella Elata Palgrave Forest April 30, 2016 My first Morel. Quite tiny, Umberto pointed this out to us.
Posted: May 3rd, 2016
 
Sheryl McKee: Umberto can find morels blind folded :). I am sure of it!

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