Autumn brings spectacular color across the Truckee Meadows
Autumn brings spectacular color across the Truckee Meadows
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Enter your favorite fall photo of Nevada and the Sierra.
Media Release
For Immediate Release
Contact: Ranger Andrew Brown

Reno, Nevada. Sept. 12, 2014. Share your favorite fall-themed photographs with thousands of Washoe County park visitors by entering Bartley Ranch Regional Park’s Sierra-Nevada Autumn photography exhibit.

Photographs will be displayed in the park’s Western Heritage Interpretive Center throughout the month of October. The exhibit is free to the public and will be open daily from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Visitors will be asked to vote for a “people’s choice” award and all participating photographers will be asked to vote for an “artist’s choice” award.

There is no entry fee. Participants are asked to submit no more than two framed and ready-to-hang photos that express views of autumn throughout Nevada and the Sierra. 

Photos must be received by Friday, September 26, 2014. To make arrangements, please contact Bartley Ranch Regional Park staff at (775) 828-6612. Participant applications are available at

“Our region has some of the most beautiful fall color in the country,” said Park Ranger Andy Brown. “From the Sierras to the Rubies, and along every winding creek in between, there are hidden gems waiting to be discovered. People take some amazing photographs during this time of year, and the Sierra-Nevada Autumn exhibit is meant to give them a chance to share those scenes with the public.”

What: Sierra-Nevada Autumn photography exhibit

Where: Western Heritage Interpretive Center, Bartley Ranch Regional Park,
6000 Bartley Ranch Rd., Reno.           

When: Exhibit display from October 1 – 31, 2014

Details: No cost to enter; limit of two ready-to-hang photos per person

Contact: Bartley Ranch Regional Park Office at (775) 828-6612

Bartley Ranch Regional Park is managed by the Washoe County Community Services Department. For more information, visit