WSF looking for really good ferry photos

Larry Steagall / Kitsap Sun Lots of big boats, including two ferries and a cruise ship, accent the Seattle scene this weekend under bright skies. Expect more picturesque days this week as forecasts call for sunny skies and highs in the 70s.
Larry Steagall / Kitsap Sun
Lots of big boats, including two ferries and a cruise ship, accent the Seattle scene this weekend under bright skies. Expect more picturesque days this week as forecasts call for sunny skies and highs in the 70s.

If you want to look at some incredible ferry pictures, go to #WSFcontest on Twitter. If you want to win some incredible prizes, share one of your own ferry photos there.
Washington State Ferries is having a weeklong photo contest. It ends at noon Monday.
You must follow the rules, the first of which is following WSF on Twitter at @WSFFerries. Submit photos with the hashtag above.
You must have taken the photos yourself, at any time. They can be black and white Polaroids of the Kalakala. They have to have all or part of a state ferry in the frame. Captions won’t influence the judge, no matter how witty. It’s all about the image. Don’t take photos or tweet while driving, or enter restricted areas on a ferry. You can only enter three photos. If you send in more than that, only the first three will count.
Jeanette Mills, director of visual services at the University of Washington School of Art, Art History and Design, will pick five winners. Her decision will be subjective, final and can’t be appealed. Winners get a one-year free pass. Wait, no. They get a behind-the-scenes tour of a ferry, and can bring a friend.
You notice how they rigged it to have five winners but you can only send in three shots? That’s so you guys have a couple chances to win after I get my three. You know what? I’ve toured a ferry so I’m going to bow out and let everyone have a chance.