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Photo by Pat Sunderland Tristan Lackey, 8, learned the technique of water drop photography from his grandmother, Black Canyon Camera Club member Linda Aubery. "Drops of Flowers" placed first in the novice category.

Over 300 people attended the Black Canyon Camera Club's annual show and sale, which this year was themed "Color Me Ansel." The second annual show and sale was held at Bill Heddles Recreation Center. Best of Show honors went to Ken Whitlow for a photo entitled, "Sunset View at Black Canyon."

Other winners included:

Professional monochromatic -- Ellie Tunget, "Rose Balls From Space," first place; Tim Frates, "Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge," second; Chuck Carstensen, Approaching Rockwood Station," third.

Professional color -- John Stephens, "Watching and Relaxing," first; Susan Humphrey, "Red Mountain Drama," second; Barb Young, "Stampede," third.

Intermediate/advanced monochromatic -- Dianne St. Peter, "The Washroom," first; Ken Whitlow, "Ute Winter," second; Penny Heuscher, "Around The Bend," third.

Intermediate/advanced color -- Diane St. Peter, "Firewall," first; Ken Whitlow, "Governor Basin," second; Duncan Wurm, "Temple of the Moon," third.

Novice monochromatic -- Dylan Hood, "Way Back When," first; Andrei Gaylord, "Stormy Monuments," second; Andrei Gaylord, "Chirp," third.

Novice color -- Tristan Lackey, "Drops of Flowers," first; Dylan Hood, "Glory," second; Tristan Lackey, "Ocean Beauty," third.

“Sunset View at Black Canyon” by Ken Whitlow
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