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1st place-My Hero   My Dad — Marlisa Osborne

Paper Windows Second Session Winners Announced

May 30, 2012

Paper Windows, a community photography contest is being received by community photographers splendidly. “The second session, Bristol’s Hometown Heroes, was just completed and the 3rd session, Bristol Painted Green, began last week,” said Terrie Talbert, Director of the city’s Community Relations Department. “The response has been tremendous which says a lot about the world of photography in our area. Some of the pictures are unbelievable, they can be so moving” Talbert continued.
The winners of the Hometown Heroes session are:

1st Place:
My Hero ...My Dad by photographer Marlisa Osborne.
Father and son enjoying a special moment together at Steele Creek Park

2nd Place:
Guardian of the Past-Keeper of the Future photographed by Denise Beverly. A portrait of V.N. “Bud” Phillips at East Hill Cemetery in Bristol Tennessee

3rd Place:
All in a Day’s Work photographed by Larry V. Bolling
A picture reflecting the Bristol Virginia Fire Department assisting the Bristol Tennessee Fire Department with a fire in Bristol Tennessee

Each of the winners will have their photograph printed on canvas and be displayed in a gallery setting announced at a later date.

To find out more about the year-long Paper Windows project go to the city’s website at www.bristoltn.org, click on the Home tab and scroll down to Paper Windows. There you will find all the rules, session titles and entry dates. Brochures are also available at most photography store locations, senior citizen centers, and downtown Bristol retail stores. For more information contact Terrie Talbert at 423-764-4171 or tsmith-talbert@bristoltn.org.