A Day in the Life of Garfield County
The participation for the September 9 Day in the Life of Garfield County was tremendous. We received photos from more than 80 photographers.Our goal was to get at least one photograph in from everyone who submitted a photo. But thats tough. We only have so much space and we like to run the photos as large as possible. I think you agree, the bigger the photo, the better it looks.What was really nice to see this time was the variety of photos. From people to animals, to flowers to forests, it was great to see so many different shots.If you didnt get a photo in, were sorry but make sure you keep shooting.Photography is fun, and its fun for us to showcase your photography.Thanks for participating, now enjoy the show! Dale Shrull
Publisher: Andrea PorterEditor: Dale ShrullPhoto Editors: Kelley Cox & Kara K. PearsonLayout: Dale ShrullProduction: Nuria MoyaPhotos provided by: James Andre, Michael Apostle, Jane Bachrach, Judy Bartels, Mike Blair, Lauri Bosco, Debra Briels, Roger Brown, Erin Cady, Monica Capps, Karen Church, Lynn Churchill, Mark Clark, Elaine Cloninger, Janelle Cook, Carole Cooke, Midge Dallas, Khaila Derrington, Tom Dykema, Jack Dysart, Valentine Epps, Greg Fairchild, Margaret Franz, Ginny Gera, Lyndsey Guyer, Deb Harrison, Sonya Hemmen, Lindsay Hentschel, Anne Huber, Dean Hulse, Tashanna Kelley, Barbara Kissell, Mindy Kittay, Dean Ladago, Linda Lahe, Sara Lavochkin, Julie Martinez, Sara McAllister, Lesley McBride, Doris Mckinnie, Ginger Mitchell, Susan Mountjoy, Tessa Neels, Sharon Newsom, Mary Noone, Howard Orona, Karen Orris, Gary Pax, Anthony Peccarelli, Kaaren Peck, Shawna Petree, Steven Reed, Patti Reich. Karen Rhoades, Paul Rinker, Bryan Roberts, Jenny Schaiberger, Christopher Shaw, Mike Shea, Favio Torres, Rob Tramazzo, Diana Vagneur, Bobbie Van Meter, Aaron Van Qualkinbush, Karen Vant Hoff, Adriean Vant Hoff, Kathy Yost, Debbie Zemlock
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