By submitting your photos, you agree to the following:
The submitted images must be the photographer's original work. The photographer also certifies that the images submitted have never been copyrighted or, if copyrighted, that the photographer is the copyright owner. The photographer must be the sole owner of the copyright of any image submitted. Your submission of each photograph is your guarantee that you are the author and copyright holder of such photograph. Photographs from the public domain will be excluded. Copyright of the images will remain the property of the photographer. All photographs must have been taken on lands or waters of the Tennessee-Tombigbee Waterway project.
It is the sole responsibility of the submitting photographer to obtain a written release from any recognizable person in a submitted photo. Submittal of the photograph is the entrant’s warranty that the photograph does not infringe on any third party’s rights, and that written permission has been received by the entrant from any third party whose image appears in the photograph.
By submitting a photo, you give the U.S. Government the right to use or display the photo on U.S. Government web pages and publications, as well as the web pages and publications of associated organizations without payment, compensation, or other consideration to the entrant, his/her successors, or assigns, for the purpose of publicizing U.S. Government programs for as long as desired by the U.S. Government. Entrant also gives the government the right to edit, resize, convert, and recompress the photo for viewing convenience and/or faster loading. The submitted photograph may be used singly or in combination with other photographs. In the event that ownership of any photograph submitted is challenged in any manner by any person, the Government may disqualify that photograph and will discontinue use of the photograph.
By submitting your photo below, entrants agree to be bound by these Official Rules. Please make sure to type the location or park name of where the picture was taken in the subject line of the e-mail.
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