Breaking News
More () »

Cleveland's Leading Local News: Weather, Traffic, Sports and more | Cleveland, Oh | WKYC.com

Share one photo that captures what summer in Cleveland means to you!

Is it funnel cakes at the fair? Getting in the water? Trips to Cedar Point? Whatever it is for you, share it with us!

CLEVELAND — With summer right around the corner, we want to share your enthusiasm for the season by showcasing your best photo of what summer looks like to you in Cleveland and around Northeast Ohio.

Is it enjoying funnel cakes at the fair? Getting in the water? Trips to Cedar Point? Whatever it is for you, share one photo that sums it up and send it our way!

When you share your photos and videos with us, we just might use them with credit to you on our 5 p.m. TV show, "What's New," social media platforms and on wkyc.com.

You can submit photos and videos through the WKYC app, and by texting a picture to (216) 344-3300.

Remember to include your name, where you're from, and your email address or phone number with your submission so we can contact you and let you know if we plan to use what you've shared with us in one of our shows or a post.

To learn how to send your images and videos through our  WKYC app, watch the video below and read on for step-by-step instructions.

In this case, we've created a prompt in our WKYC app asking you to share that summer looks like to you, so all you have to do is open the app, and tap on the call to action near the top of your screen.

You'll see it in a bright orange bar, asking for your summer photo.

From there, you can select your photo right from your phone, write a short description so we know what we're looking at, and hit submit.

When your submission has gone through, you'll see the word 'Success' pop up in the app, and you'll know it's been sent to us and is awaiting review by our team.

We can't wait to see what summer looks like for you in Cleveland, and share it with the rest of Northeast Ohio!

RELATED: Summer fun guide: Laura DeMarco's 12 must-do adventures throughout Northeast Ohio

RELATED: Cleveland museums gearing up for summer crowds now that restrictions have been lifted