• Glowing sunset view from overlook - Photo by Jason Barnett Photography

    Big South Fork

    National River & Recreation Area KY,TN

Photo Submission

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If you take any photos while visiting Big South Fork that you would like us to share with others on the Internet, please share them with us! For consideration, a photo must be taken in the park, be of high quality, and be pertinent to the natural, scenic, scientific, or cultural resources of Big South Fork.

PLEASE READ THE FOLLOWING WHEN CONSIDERING SUBMITTING YOUR PICTURES:

What type of pictures will be accepted?

  • high resolution digital image files (bmp, tif & jpg)
  • ideally, the photograph should illustrate the unique natural, scenic scientific, and cultural resources of Big South Fork National River and Recreation Area.
  • please limit your submissions to no more than a couple of photographs at a time
  • NOTE: Links to photographs posted elsewhere on the Internet will not be accepted (i.e., other photo galleries).

When submitting digital photographs, the following information is required:

  • photographer's name
  • the photo's title, subject, or location taken
  • the date the photo was taken

By submitting photos, you agree:

  • that the submitted photos become public domain.
  • any added caption or personal trademark will be cropped.
  • the submitted photos may be downloaded or copied by others.
  • the photos are selected based on uniqueness and appropriateness.
  • that not all photos will be selected.
  • that photos may be added to or removed from the on-line Photo Gallery from time to time.
  • that you may not receive a reply e-mail or confirmation that your photograph has been selected for the Photo Gallery.

We review submitted photos and choose the best examples for our web photo galleries and park publications. To submit photographs for consideration please send a note to the park webmaster. We will provide you an email address where you may send your photos.

Did You Know?

Park interpreter presents program on Longhunters.

Longhunters were some of the first Europeans to traverse the Big South Fork region. It is said they were called longhunters either for the long rifles they carried or because the were typically gone on hunting trips for so long, sometimes up to a year.