Recent Photography Contest Wins

Tickle Me Purple.

I was honored to have 'Tickle Me Purple' win an Honorable Mention in the Experienced/Landscape category at the Georgia Nature Photography 10th Anniversary Expo in Columbus, Georgia this year (April 2019). It was an honor because of the competition in this category. There were over 100 attendees at this event who submitted over 260 images for this contest. Albeit, not all of the images were in the Landscape category, however, the images in that category where phenomenal. Images from all over the country and some out of country were submitted. So, to me, it was an honor.  

GNPA/OIWC 1st Annual Photography Contest.

I was honored to have five of the six images that I submitted for the 1st Annual Georgia Nature Photography Association / Oatland Island Wildlife Center Competition place in the top five in each category in 2018. This was a photo competition that I promoted and helped get started, however, I did not participate in judging the event. There were over 80 images submitted from statewide participants in this competition. All of the images above were displayed at the Oatland Island Wildlife Center gallery from January-April of 2019. Below are the titles and categories that they placed in from left to right:

Grey Wolf - 1st Place/Found at Oatland Island Wildlife Center

Snowy Egret - 1st Place/Native Birds

Sand Dunes and Milky Way - 2nd Place/Coastal Landscapes

Wild Cumberland Horse - Honorable Mention/Wildlife

Bald Eagle Perch - Honorable Mention/Native Birds

Keenly Aware.

"Keenly Aware", pictured above, placed in the top 24 in the statewide Georgia Nature Photography Association's 'Nature in Black and White' contest. It was displayed in the Chattahoochee Nature Center's gallery in Roswell, Georgia from October through December of 2018.

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The Delicate Balance...

It's a delicate balance in the art world between producing art, marketing art, and life. It can very easily become imbalanced. When life seems more of a priority, the arts can get swept under the rug. When too much time is spent marketing, we stop producing more art. When all our time is spent producing more art, it becomes a hobby. What do you think? Please comment in the space below and let me know what you think of this blog.