Senator asks public to share photos

Senator Tim Scott (R-SC) asked South Carolina residents to share their pictures of the state’s beautiful landscapes and historical sites for use as his new Facebook Timeline Cover Photo. The Senator’s cover photo will be changed frequently as part of a “This is Our South Carolina” theme, with each photographer being recognized in a post on the Senator’s Facebook page (www.facebook.com/SenatorTimScott).

“This is our South Carolina, and it has some of the most magnificent scenery in the world,” Scott said. “I am looking forward to using my Facebook Cover Photo as a way to showcase our landscapes and historical sites. I hope photographers young and old from throughout the state will share their images, giving Facebook users the opportunity to see just what South Carolina has to offer.”

Those interested in sharing their photos should attach their picture in an email to photo@scott.senate.gov, and also include their name and city of residence. If possible, photos should be resized to 851 pixels wide and 315 pixels tall. If not, some cropping and/or resizing will be performed by Senator Scott’s office before posting.

NOTE: Individuals submitting a photo are also giving their permission for the photo to be placed on the Senator’s Facebook page. There is no compensation for submissions that are used. Lewd, offensive or otherwise inappropriate photos will not be considered.

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