Thanks to urgings from street photog Sharron Demarest I entered the 19th edition of the Julia Margaret Cameron Award. On Sunday while out photographing eagles in southwest Florida Sharron called not once but twice. First she called to share that I won an honorable mention for my nature series. Then she called back again. She just discovered that I won the bigger prize, the Best in Category for Landscape and Seascapes. This series of images are posted above. This is a huge international contest for women photographers. Honored to be selected by jurist Barbara Davidson, three-time Pulitzer Prize and Emmy award-winning photographer/ director as well as past recipient of this award.
Pictured Top to Bottom, L to R:
Early Morning Fog
Milky Way Over Casperson Beach
Moon Over the Marsh
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It all started with "Light in the Forest". Longtime collector and friend saw it just as I was taking it down at a recent solo exhibit. Within less than a week the next three images were selected. So blessed to have these fine art photographs now gracing her newly renovated home.
Light in the Forest, 24" x 36" on metal
Yosemite Daybreak, 30" x 60" on metal (my largest printed work to date)
Early Morning Fog, 24" x 36" on metal
Tree and Stream, 21" x 42" on metal
Today's hanging day for new Oceans Away exhibit at @galleryonefll. Stay tuned for details about opening reception in January. Featuring 24 of my works, including 11 new pieces, from Ireland, England, Venice, Santorini, Athens and Alaska. If you're in the area, feel free to drop by anytime. Or, contact me for a for a personal tour; my pleasure and cappuccino is on me. GalleryOne-Doubletree Hotel by Hilton, 2670 E Sunrise Blvd, Fort Lauderdale, FL 33304
Intuitive Soul Photographer of nature, wildlife and people. Be inspired!