In The Times: Ready for the harvest? We are too!
So the harvest issue kind of fell under the radar. Still, there is plenty of time left to send us photos of yourself and your garden harvest, whether it be fruits, vegetables or flowers.
To do so, send us by email jpg images of at least 300 kb to ensure high enough resolution for publication. Also tell us a little something about where you live and how your growing season went.
Alternatively, you can send glossy photos of your harvest by regular mail to: Lee Howard, c/o The Day, 47 Eugene O’Neill Drive, New London CT 06320.
We will publish as many as we can, which means most everyone will have a chance of getting in.
We are hoping to expand our reader-submitted material in the weeks ahead, so if you have suggestions of other items we could encourage please let me know at email@example.com.
Here are some thoughts: Favorite car stories, food stories, school stories, military humor, grandchildren photos and stories, teacher stories, school sports, retirement notices, love stories, real-life adventures. We already love your submissions for Pet Pal, Poetry in a Pandemic, Be An Angel and Kindness in Real Life, among others, so thanks for your contributions!
Lee Howard is The Day’s community editor. To reach him, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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