Freeze Frame Photography Contest Winners Listed

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Richard Finn’s ‘Spring Morning during Del Valle’



Posted: Thursday, Sep 28, 2017 12:00 am

Freeze Frame Photography Contest Winners Listed

Local photographers, who entered Tri-Valley Conservancy’s annual Freeze Frame Photography Contest were awarded prizes for photos capturing their singular perspectives of a Tri-Valley’s open spaces. The tip photos, from both a girl and adult categories, will be featured in a travelling exhibit. Winning photos can be seen during TriValleyConservancy.org.

More than 100 beautiful photos, taken by 6th graders to adults were entered in Tri-Valley Conservancy’s Freeze Frame annual photography contest.

The formula of votes from a judges and People’s Choice are as follows: Anna Rouse of Livermore, 1st Place in a Adult Category with her landscape “Tree;” 2nd Place was awarded to Brad Rank of Pleasanton for his roughly surreal black and white constraint “Flooded Creek;” finishing off a tip 3 photos in a Adult difficulty is a lush, fresh, and somewhat puzzling shot, “Spring Morning during Del Valle Park” by Richard Finn of Livermore. An enterprising calf in a modern-day plantation environment with Elizabeth Kingsbury’s “American Cowboys” won a People’s Choice award

In a Youth Category, judges appreciated tyro Kaitlyn Pang of Pleasanton’s fact shots. Kaitlyn won both 1st and 2nd Place with “Autumn” and “Serenity” respectively. A hiker along a open rivulet patrician “Vibrant Grove” by Jake Siders of Livermore took 3rd Place. The People’s Choice endowment went to a print featuring wildflowers in front of a cloud-ringed towering rise named “Out of a Fog” by Allen Abbott of Livermore.

Tri-Valley Conservancy’s Executive Director, Laura Mercier was eager about this year’s participants. “With some-more print entries than ever before, a judges had a really tough job. Enormous interjection to all a photographers who dedicated their time and talents to lifting recognition about land preservation. They desirous all of us to open a eyes to a beauty right in a possess backyard. Winning photos will be featured in a travelling gallery exhibit, Tri-Valley Conservancy’s 2018 Calendar and other communications via a year.

View all a tip Freeze Frame photos, see a vaunt schedule, and learn some-more about Tri-Valley Conservancy’s land refuge work during TriValleyConservancy.org.

Tri-Valley Conservancy, a internal nonprofit, protects open space for parks, farms, trails, ranches and wildlife medium in a Tri-Valley so that you, wildlife and destiny generations can suffer it. To learn some-more or get involved, revisit TriValleyConservancy.org or call (925) 449-8706.

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