School bus with silos.

Skylar Norman, a school bus driver trainer for Pierce County Schools in Blackshear, Ga., captured this image of a bus passing farm silos.

Source: Skylar Norman

Feeling creative? Then pick up your camera - or phone - and start shooting: it’s time again for School Bus Fleet’s annual photo contest!

For this year's competion, our judges are looking for three specific types of photos:

  • Nature and surroundings: Capture your school bus in scenic environments.
  • Creative angles and perspectives: Show your school bus from artistic angles and perspectives, including close-ups of interesting details, reflections, or the bus seen through other objects.
  • Bus details and features: Highlight the distinctive features and details of the school bus itself, whether that's the interior, the engine, the bus number, or other physical elements of the vehicle.

Three winners will each receive a $100 gift card. The winners plus a few honorable mentions also get a certificate.

The judges will look for strong content and quality. Winners and other notable entries will appear in a photo gallery later in the year. Check out last year’s top shots.

Here are the contest guidelines:

  • Entries must be digital images that are high resolution (about 1500x1200 pixels or bigger).
  • The limit is three entries per person.
  • Entries must be received by Friday, June 14. Winners will be notified in July.
  • All entries become property of School Bus Fleet.
  • Email entries to Include the entrant’s name, title, affiliation, and phone number.
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