2019 Snow and Ice Photo Contest

It took some time to pick our favorite photos, but we have done just that. Working with Glass Lakes Photography as our judging partner we proudly present the following photographs as our winners and honorable mentions.

1st Place:

Jasmine Ghastin's "Frozen"

The winning photograph is “Frozen” by Jasmine Ghastin.

this sharp image of a unique subject really caught our eyes. The photograph has a minimalism feel which draws the viewer into the interesting facets of the subject. The photo being shot in the manual mode also peeked our interests.

2nd Place:

Philip Hutchinson's "Untitled"

In second place is Philip Hutchinson’s “Untitled”

Drone photography is always catchy as it offers a view which until recently could only be acquired by renting an aircraft. The mixture of evenly spread activity and color landed this photograph the number 2 spot in this contest.

3ed Place:

Dustin Kunkel's "Cold Snap"

The 3ed place spot goes to Dustin Kunkel’s “Cold Snap”.

Certainly fitting to the theme of “Snow and Ice” this photograph by Dustin reminds of that spring is still in its infancy. The contrast of the cool tones and sunset create an interesting tension.

4th place was a tie between these two photographs.

Becca Foli's "Ice Tree"

Becca Foli’s “Ice Tree”

Leona Pease's "Snow Covered Barn"

Leona Pease’s “Snow Covered Barn”

Honorable Mentions

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While these photos did not place in the top 4 spots they are on the short list of honorable mentions for this contest.

We hope that you enjoyed this contest, and thank you everybody for participating. Please join us for our current photo contest, “Spring, New Life”. Information can be found on our Facebook Page.

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