Twelve outstanding photos have been selected to be featured in the 2018 Annual Report Calendar. Winners will each receive $25 per selected photo, and will be featured on our website and in the annual report calendar.

THANK YOU to everyone who submitted fantastic photos! If your photo was not selected this year, please re-enter next year. We simply had too many great photos to choose from! Photo contest submissions are accepted all year via email to information@mcfok.org. There is no limit to the number of photos an individual may submit, but to preserve the quality of the photo we request that only one photo is included in each email submission.

Some preference is given to certain photo themes: freemasonry, patriotism, holiday, and Oklahoma themes, however all beautiful photos are considered and appreciated! Landscape orientation is preferred, with minimum resolution of 300 dpi required for publishing. For complete contest rules, see our program webpage at https://www.mcfok.org/programs/on-behalf-of-the-fraternity/annual-photo-contest/

Special thanks to Edward Zweiacher of El Reno Lodge for a beautiful shot of the Masonic Charity Foundation of Oklahoma offices.

2017 Photo Contest winning photos:

Don Quinn of Drumright Lodge 468 and Cushing Lodge 111, “Akdar Shrine Circus”

 

Taylor Clayton, “My Back Yard”

 

Edward Zweiacher of El Reno Lodge 50, “April Showers” at Darlington Chapel, Redlands Community College

 

Edward Zweiacher of El Reno Lodge 50, “An Important Part of Freemasonry”

 

Edward Zweiacher of El Reno Lodge 50, “A Soldier’s Grave” at Mennoville Mennonite Cemetary

 

Edward Zweiacher of El Reno Lodge 50, “Embodied by the Sun” at Concho, Oklahoma

 

T. S. Akers of Eufaula Lodge 1 and Guildhall Lodge 553, “The Indian Territory”

 

T. S. Akers of Eufaula Lodge 1 and Guildhall Lodge 553, “Holiness to the Lord”

 

Hunter Lee Edwards of Classic Capture Studios, “Winter Solstice on Lake Eufaula”

 

Melodie Moss, “Light in the Window” at Guthrie Scottish Rite Temple

 

Kristina Morris, “After the Storms”

 

Ethel Padden, “Chihuly Garden Glass” in Seattle, Washington