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Fifth Photo Contest Winners Announced

The Dallas Morning News featured the Trinity River Photo Contest and some of the creative visions from three photographers but the show doesn’t stop there. Sixty-three winning images were announced at the Latino Cultural Center when the exhibit of the winners debuted in January.

Michael Hamtil, photo editor of the Dallas Morning News, was the lead judge who organized the group of judges said, "I'm grateful for the curiosity and skill of the photographers whose images we recognized this year. Without them, we wouldn't have such refreshingly beautiful images of this natural resource we live so close to." -Michael Hamtil, contest judge

The judging panel selected an image reminiscent of Ansel Adams as Grand Prize and awarding 1st, 2nd, 3rd place and Honorable Mention winners. Visit the Home Page of to see all the 63 stunning images.
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Trinity Watershed Management Department consists of four divisions: Flood Control, Floodplain & Drainage Management, Stormwater Management, and Trinity River Corridor Project Implementation. Sara Ziegenfuss environmental coordinator for Stormwater will become a regular contributor to My Trinity River News.

Voices of the River
by Sara Ziegenfuss

David Worthington is a Dallas based photographer living and working in north Oak Cliff. Photography began as a hobby for David, which he then turned into a career. His first outing was the 2009 State Fair of Texas. In 2012, David was awarded the Grand Prize in the Trinity River Photo Contest. View some of his winning images in the 2013 City of Dallas Calendar.


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Youth photographer Abby Law and pro photographer David Worthington at the debut of “The Trinity: Reflections of a River” at the Latino Cultural Center on February 17, 2014.

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