Heck, I've got over 1,200 photos on my iPhone — every one of them a brilliant work of art, I tell ya. (Only 750 of them are of my dogs.) And frankly, I'm kind of bummed, because I'm ineligible to enter the Nashville Scene Photo Contest. But the good news for you, dear reader, is that you are eligible — assuming, of course, that you don't work for the Scene. (And if you do work for the Scene, get back to work, slacker.)
So get a move on! Photos must be uploaded to the Scene's website by midnight Sunday, Nov. 6. Approximately 30 of the top photographs will be printed in the Nov. 24 issue of the Scene. Any subject matter is welcome, but the pictures must be taken in the Middle Tennessee area, which includes Davidson, Williamson, Rutherford, Wilson, Sumner, Robertson, Dickson and Cheatham counties. There will be one grand prize winner and one special category winner. This year's special category is "Nashville Eyesores," defined as "anything you view as a blemish in the city's landscape."
Read the rules and upload your photos here.