Here’s how you can get your photos on display at the Yosemite Museum

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In just a few weeks, the Yosemite Museum will be opening a new exhibit, and the public’s help is being requested.

“Yosemite Lenscape: from Inspiration to Obsession” will display park goers pictures on a digital screen inside of the exhibit.

The goal is to explore 160 years of photography in Yosemite. “How early photographers shaped the park’s origin, how researchers use modern-day imagery to make new discoveries, and how social media is changing the way we interact with the natural world,” park officials explained.

You can share your photos in the Facebook comments, email to yose_lenscape@nps.gov, or use the hashtag #YosemiteLenscape.

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