Instagram. Got a cute pic of you or your kid(s)
reacting to the big guy in the red suit? Tag us and
use the hashtag above; you could win a prize.
Winners will be selected by December 22.
If you’ve ever
thought you’d like
to see your art on
the cover of Marin
Magazine, now is the
time to get in the
running: for our 12th
annual cover contest, we’re seeking work
from outstanding painters, illustrators
and photographers who live in, show in
or create images of the county. One lucky
entrant will see his or her art on the May
2018 cover and featured along with the
work of several finalists in a story in that
issue. The deadline is March 5. To enter,
go to marinmagazine.com/getcovered.
Our top Instagram post in
October was by @awesternlens.
“For photographers, the summer
fog is actually considered a
season, ‘fog season,’ and a very
specific phenomenon called ‘fog
waves’ has become quite the
coveted shot,” he says. “The
conditions that night (August 16)
were perfect for the fog, and
smoke from wildfires burning in
southern Oregon created a deep
red glow in the sky.” Want to
see your photo in print? Tag
@marinmagazine with your
Last Month’s Top Five
1 “Going Green” More than just a rebuild, this
Marin home was the first in the country to use a
new bamboo framing system.
2 “Close to Town” A vintage Mill Valley home was
enough to lure this couple off the mountain.
3 “Little Pieces of Paradise” Writer Daniel
Mangin reveals five under-the-radar winery stops.
4 “Shining a Light” Slavery is still happening all
over the world, and Mill Valley photographer Lisa
Kristine has documented it in her new book.
5 “Local Bounty” Poggio chef Ben Balesteri shares
his recipe for buttery black cod.
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