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Cascade Loop photos sought

The Cascade Loop Association has launched its second annual Facebook Photo Contest, and is seeking photographers to submit their images of or near the Cascade Loop Scenic Highway.

The photographer of the winning photo will receive a lodging package which includes five overnight stays along the scenic highway.

The loop begins 26 miles north of Seattle in Snohomish County, circles through the Cascade mountains and along the Columbia River Valley, past Lake Chelan, through the Methow Valley, the North Cascades, the Skagit Valley, and finally back down the Whidbey Scenic Isle Way.

“The goal of the contest is to showcase the Cascade Loop’s best attributes from the perspective of our visitors,” said Annette Pitts, executive director.

“Our first year was a huge success, and we can tell from the quantity and quality of photos we’ve received already that we’re off to an incredible start.”

Photos can be taken on or near the scenic byway, and must be submitted by Dec. 1. For more information, visit cascadeloop.com

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