Published on April 6th, 2016 |


Livable Buckhead announces Spring contest for PATH400 photos

It’s springtime in Atlanta and Livable Buckhead is encouraging everyone to get out on PATH400, snap a few photos of spring’s beautiful blooms and gorgeous weather, and enter to win the spring photo contest.

This winning photo in the last PATH400 photo contest was submitted by Sarah Backhouse.

This winning photo in the last PATH400 photo contest was submitted by Sarah Backhouse.

“PATH400 is picture-perfect right now, and we really want people to get out and enjoy it,” said Denise Starling, executive director of Livable Buckhead. “We thought a spring photo contest would give everyone a little extra incentive to get outdoors and show us what they love about this time of year.”

The photo contest runs through the end of April and is open to everyone. The finalists will have their photos displayed at Lenox Square mall through June.

Contest guidelines:

  • Abstract as well as literal imagery is encouraged
  • Photos must be taken along the PATH400 greenway
  • No religious, political, derogatory or otherwise offensive content will be permitted
  • All entries must include the photographer’s name
  • Participants may submit as many photos as they like
  • No entries will be accepted after midnight on Saturday, April 30, 2016
  • Entries must be high resolution digital files (1400 x 1120 pixels minimum)
  • Email entries to

For more information about PATH400 or to sign up to receive project updates, visit

PATH400 is a 5.2-mile walkable, bikeable greenway being constructed on public land adjacent to GA400 extending from the bank of Peachtree Creek northward toward the northern edge of Atlanta. It is the centerpiece of a broader greenspace plan, the Buckhead Collection, initiated by Atlanta Councilman Howard Shook.

Livable Buckhead is spearheading the PATH400 project in partnership with the Buckhead Community Improvement District (Buckhead CID) and the PATH Foundation.

PATH400 will increase access to community amenities such as arts, historic, and cultural exhibits; neighborhood pocket parks and greenspaces; retail centers; and learning centers. For more information about PATH400 or to donate to the capital campaign, visit


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