Letter: Fantastic photography
December 15, 2015
The Roaring Fork Conservancy would like to publicly thank all the photographers who participated in our 10th annual Roaring Fork Watershed Photo Contest.
In the amateur division, award winners are: "Marble Fall," by John Newbury (first place), "Chair Mountain," by Mark Duff (second place), and "Fryingpan Dawn," by Mark Fuller (third place).
In the professional division, award winners are: "Mama Bear," by Andrew Spickert (first place), "Snowy Day on the Roaring Fork," by Tamara Susa (second place), and "Sopris Spring," by Steve Wiggins (third place).
A special thank-you to Greg Poschman, David Hiser and Robin Henry for judging the photographs and everyone who voted for the People's Choice. The winner of the People's Choice was "Sunset on the Roaring Fork," by Tamara Susa.
The Roaring Fork Conservancy also thanks Iron Mountain Hot Springs in Glenwood Springs for sponsoring the photo contest. You may view the winning photographs at http://www.roaringfork.org or on our Facebook page.
We invite all amateur and professional photographers to participate next year!
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