Dallas Responds With 850 Sensational Photos!
For the 2010 Trinity River Photo Contest, children and adults responded to the call to capture their own photo adventure by sending in 850 fantastic photographs from all along the Trinity River Corridor; the 20 miles and 10,000 acres of the project. The photographs depict everything from fluttering birds and insects to restorative forest trails and compelling architectural elements.
In its second year, the photo contest grew 59% and included participants from the Dallas Camera Club, Dallas ISD and communities from throughout Dallas and surrounding areas.
Five judges donated their time and selected the winners in each category, including a number of honorable mention photographs. The judges were: Michael Hamtil, photo editor of the Dallas Morning News; and professional photographers Jesse Hornbuckle, Reginald Loftin, Matt Nager, and Allison Smith.
All of the winners will be announced during the special recognition of the Dallas City Council Meeting at 9:00 a.m. on Wednesday, November 17, 2010. The event is open to the public. In addition, the new collection of winning photographs will go on tour throughout Dallas in 2011 making their debut at Methodist Dallas Medical Center in the spring.
Thank you Dallas for sharing your interesting and beautiful outdoor adventures!
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