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Introducing our 2024 Picture of the Year contest

We’re almost halfway through 2024 now (whoa), so we’re officially opening up the 2024 Picture of the Year contest.

A television frame overlooking the Asheville city skline

“The only tv worth watching” was voted the winning photo in our 2023 contest.

Photo by Ansley F.

Shutterbugs, rejoice. Our Picture of the Year contest is back after hundreds of submissions and 1,600+ votes in 2023.

That means whenever inspiration strikes — picture-perfect park moments, aesthetic summer fests, landmarks and local lattes — you can submit your stills for a chance to win.

The rules are pretty simple: pics must include a visual element that directly connects to Asheville + nudity or offensive language isn’t allowed. Let’s keep it PG, please.

Finalists will be selected by the AVLtoday team early next year. We’ll open up a vote via the newsletter and social media after that.

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