As Pufferbilly Days wound to a close, I would like to share the photos that were selected by popular vote and how they did in the Pufferbilly Days Photo Contest:
3rd Place – Hidden Treasures of Boone County.
1st Place – Photojournalism.
1st Place – Photoshop.
As far as I know, there wasn’t anybody else in the contest that I know. Once again, they didn’t put any names on any of the photos. In years past they had at least put a sheet of paper at the bottom of the display with a list of who finished 1st, 2nd, and 3rd. It is what it is.
I started entering the Pufferbilly Days Photo Contest again 2 years ago because I was worried that the amount of entries had gotten really small. the last couple of years the numbers had ballooned. This year, the amount of entries atrophied again.
Hopefully it bounces back again next year.
We are so close to the end of the 2016 backlog that you can probably feel it. After this post, there is only one photo shoot left to publish.
But before we get to that, we need to finish up with the pictures of Austin and Porter at a McHose Park playground.
Next Sunday, when hit the 2016 backlog, we look at a commercial photo shoot I did for a Minnesota leather company.