Photo Submissions

Photography Contest

Things are in full swing with the “Where to Cycle in Nova Scotia” guidebook. Routes are being mapped out and explored to see which ones will make the cut.

Now we are starting the search for beautiful photos on and around the trails that will be used in the book. Instead of trying to capture all those ‘perfect’ shots ourselves, we are looking to the cycling community for photos that you either have already or might take while on your bike this summer.

Here are the maps we are working on at this time: Bike Book Outreach Map. Some might be adapted, more will be added, and some might be dropped. But either way, we would love to get your photos! They don’t need to be of the exact route necessarily, photos of the general area will also suffice.

Photos we are looking for:

  • Ones that capture the feel of the area, showing good views, and highlights of the ride.
  • People riding bicycles along sections of trail and roads.


  • 300 dpi minimum
  • Full colour photos are preferred
  • All riders need to be wearing helmets if riding their bike.

Submitting Photos:

  • Label your file name as: Last Name/First Name/Location. (Example: Barnett_Adam_Canning)
  • If your files are larger than 10mb, please send photos in separate emails or provide Dropbox or Google Drive link (or similar).
  • Or you can send your photos to

Important Notes

  • All photos used in the book will give credit to the photographer.
  • If we use your photos we will be in touch to get you to sign a release form.
  • We can’t guarantee your photos will be used in the book.
  • The deadline for photo submissions will be September 15, 2018.

Out of all the photos used, we will be drawing 10 names of people that will be receiving a free copy of the book.

If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to reach out. And please feel free to share around to your cyclist friends.

Thanks in advance!

Adam Barnett


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