Edgerton shines in photo contest

Hella Viola won first in the nature categoryOut of the five photographers, Edgerton took most of the awards and won Best In Show for her sunset in a wheat field. Also, worth mentioning was Hella Viola’s (Best in Show last year) expansive field littered with purple flowers – the colors popped and drew the viewer to her peaceful landscape in the mature category. Her photo was one of two of her first place winners.

David Durovy's photo of Horton WineryDavid Durovy also had quite a few photos featured and tied with Bob Kruse in the nature category but Kruse got the deciding vote. However, Durovy’s Horton Winery photo won hands down with the judges and FCPR staff in the agriculture category. His strong sense of pattern, line, color, lighting and the angles he shot the photo at were flawless.

Susan Durovy also had a few photos displayed but it was Edgerton who shined in every category with her sharp eye for color and natural light, she shows enormous promise in the field of photography.

Overall she gave substance and meaning to her subjects, from the crystal clear turquoise blue bottom of a glass jar to her award winning wheat field, capturing the last glint of light fading out of sight over the wheat standing tall and strong. One shot of a dog racing along the ground made him appear as if he was flying. Fast motion photography is difficult and Edgerton proved she can do it.

Kudos to all those that participate and the judges hope that next year more will enter and display their work. They look forward to seeing all those who participated in this years’ show to return next year.

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