If there’s one thing we need this year, it’s some holiday cheer.
Thankfully, Colorado seems to be rising to the occasion as folks have begun to put up their decorations well before Thanksgiving. You know what this means: It’s time for The Denver Post’s annual Holiday Lights competition.
Photos must be submitted by Thursday, Dec. 10. Editors will post the photos on The Know Facebook, where people can vote for their favorite house. Voting will close Friday, Dec. 18, at 9 a.m. The winner will be announced Sunday, Dec. 20.
Denver Post Holiday Lights Submission Guidelines:
- Make your title engaging.
- Include your complete address, so it can be mapped.
- In the description, consider adding details such as how many years you’ve decorated your home; how many lights or other installations are included; and what the theme is.
- Photos need to be less than 5 MB in file size (try Pixlr Express for a free solution if you need to resize yours).
- Please upload only one photo of your holiday lights display. Make it your best, because we will only be able to include the first submission from any given address.
- Share more photos via social media with the hashtag #DPHolidayLights on Instagram and Twitter.
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