Photos sought for display in new hospital wing

Whidbey residents invited to submit Whidbey scenes

WhidbeyHealth Foundation is seeking photographs of Whidbey Island from local residents for its new addition.

“We are specifically soliciting photos taken on the island, by local photographers. Although in general we hope that the photos will bring the outdoors in, landscapes are not the only option,” said Helen Taylor, foundation executive director. “We feel that our patients would love to see photos of little ones enjoying our island brightening our WhidbeyHealth Family Birthplace, for example, and faces of all kinds are welcome.

“Close-ups, panoramas, wildlife, farm life, waterscape — whatever you think expresses the joy of living in this beautiful place.”

WhidbeyHealth Medical Center will produce the photos to a large scale, up to 40 x 60 inches. Photographers will be acknowledged for and maintain ownership of their images.

The photos will be deemed donated with a license for a one-time use; tax documentation provided.

n Those interested in submitting photos may email to Helen Taylor, executive director of the WhidbeyHealth Foundation at tayloh@whidbeyhealth.org

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