The Return of the #BaySelfie

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Today is Memorial Day--the unofficial start of summer! And what better way to celebrate than by sharing your #BaySelfie with us. Last summer, more than 150 people shared their love of the Bay and its rivers and streams through these "selfies." And we couldn't get enough of 'em! 

A happy dog and his owner swimming the mouth of Dividing Creek. Friends camping at Janes Island State Park. A father-daughter duo fishing for white perch on an unusually cool Saturday morning in July. These were just a few of the pics that your fellow water lovers shared with us last summer. 

Now it's your turn! Click here to submit your own #BaySelfie.

These photos of the extraordinary people and places along the waters we all love remind us why we do the work that we do. Our memories of these moments--and those to come--are worth fighting for. And with your help, that's what CBF is doing every day. 

Now get out there and enjoy it . . . 

--Emmy Nicklin
CBF's Senior Manager of Digital Media

Emmy Nicklin

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