The new logo for the Georgia 400 trail. It will now be known as PATH400.

Livable Buckhead calls PATH400 a “greenway,” but the nonprofit is holding a contest for photos that show off fall colors along the new trail.

Livable Buckhead plans to use the best image it can find of PATH400 in its annual holiday cards. Images by finalists in the competition will be displayed at Lenox Square during the holidays, the nonprofit said in a press release.

“Everyone loves of the vibrancy of the changing of the seasons and what better way to highlight the natural beauty along the PATH400 greenway than through the lens of photography,” said Denise Starling, executive director of Livable Buckhead, the nonprofit that says it strives to ensure the long-term viability and prosperity of the Buckhead.

“Everyone from the amateur with an iPhone in their pocket to the professional is welcome. We look forward to seeing this community asset through their eyes.”

The photo contest is open to all. Abstract and literal images are encouraged. Photos must be taken along the greenway and no religious, political, derogatory or otherwise offensive content will be permitted.

All entries must include the photographer’s name. They must be high resolution digital files and must be submitted by 5 p.m. Nov. 1. Email entries to

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