Date posted: April 4, 2017
These are the 25 photographs chosen by the 2017 Texas Night Sky Festival Photography Contest Juror, Doug Gephardt, for the electronic exhibition on the day of the Festival, March 18th, 2017.
There were an estimated 2600 attendees at the Festival.
Congratulations to all!
Date posted: November 19, 2016
Congratulations to Mike for winning Honorable Mention in the “Ding” Darling Wildlife Society 2016 Photo Contest for his photo of a manatee.
The “Ding” Darling Wildlife Society has established an annual photography contests on behalf of Jay Norwood Darling, the Refuge’s namesake, who recognized the importance of art to convey powerful messages about the importance of conservation and protecting our wildlife and habitats. The contest uses wildlife and outdoor photography as great way to educate visitors about the beauty of the wildlife that calls the Refuge “home” in hopes to inspire future conservation stewards.
Date posted: October 29, 2016
Wes Odell’s monochrome image of a broken down wagon in historic Bannock Montana, titled “Out of Commission” was selected to be in the 2016 “High and Dry” exhibit.
The exhibit is part of Texas Tech University’s International Cultural Center’s emphasis on “The Dry Lands of the World” and features the people, places and culture of these lands.
The exhibit will run from December 2nd to January in Lubbock, Texas.The results of the Photographic Society of America 2016 Green Eagle Award in the Pictorial Print Division were just announced.
Date posted: September 10, 2016
Nancy Naylor, Michael Penn Smith, and Winifred Simon
Club members Nancy Naylor, Michael Penn Smith, and Winifred Simon had images selected for the Texas Photographic Society FotoTexas: People, Places & Culture exhibit, juried by Dan Burkholder.