Photo of the Week: It's Time to Vote!

The entries are in. Now it's your turn to select the Viewers' Choice Award for our 2012 Save the Bay Photo Contest! Below is just a sampling of some of the gorgeous photos submitted this year. Visit our Viewers' Choice Gallery to view all nine finalists and to vote for your favorite. Voting will be open until May 4, 2012 at 5 p.m. EST. The photo with the most votes will win the award and be announced online by May 11.

1.-Sunrise-Tangier-IslandDebSnelson-600The crab shanties of Tangier Island are gradually illuminated by the soon-to-rise sun, creating a beautiful pink sky. Photo by Deb Snelson.

Autumn-Clouds--AnnetteConniff-600Autumn clouds frame the dock at Marshy Point Nature Center on Dundee Creek near the Gunpowder River in Baltimore County, Maryland. Photo by Annette Conniff.

Lower-Pond_ALT3815MichaelAlthaus-600Evening reflects on the lower pond near Hedgesville, West Virginia. Photo by Michael Althaus.


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