Sunset Love from Big Pine Key. SHERRI CRILLY/Contributed

We’re collecting our favorite shots of the Keys and featuring the photographers in the newspaper and on our social media channels. Our theme is month is “PINKtober.” October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and we want to support our family and friends battling this horrible disease by showcasing all things PINK. Send us your best interpretation of what PINKtober means to you. 

Photos, captions and photo credit can be emailed to [email protected]

Rules, schmules:

  • All photos must be original work and feature something in the Keys. 
  • Photos can be images that have been published before.
  • No third party may own or control any materials the photo contains, and the photo must not infringe upon the trademark, copyright, moral rights, intellectual rights, or rights of privacy of any entity or person.
  • Any person agrees, by submitting photos, that photos submitted can be used by the Keys Weekly for any and all purposes, including but not limited to advertising, charity work, sales, future editorial, print in the newspapers or online or on social media posts on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and any other social media platforms as may come about.
Spurred Butterfly Pea. BERYN HARTY/Contributed
Beautiful flowers behind “Bad Boy Burrito” cascading down the wooden fence on MAstic Street in Islamorada. TRISHA MIHAIU/Contributed
Teddy supports Breast Cancer Awareness Month. McCAIN KEY WEST/Contributed
A Summerland Key sunset. SANDY SCHNEIDER/Contributed
The pink sunset perfectly framed within the seven mile bridge. NANCIE FLYNN/Contributed
Prancer looks “Pretty in Pink” for PINKtober. JOE KIENTZY/Contributed
Missy loves wearing her bikini and sunglasses and floating in the water in her flamingo. JEANNIE ADKINS/Contributed
Lower Matecumbe hibiscus. DONNA HANSON/Contributed
A calming sunset in Key West with pink undertones. DIANA MUCHA/Contributed
‘Mingo is my constant companion while I’m driving. After all, she has built in GPS. DAVID BINDER/Contributed
Roseate Spoonbill taken near Little Palm Island. BILL KLIPP/Contributed

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