Last Saturday night was the opening for Nature Undisturbed. The gallery was buzzing with photographers, friends, nature enthusiasts, and art lovers. Susan Todd-Raque spoke about her selections. She explained what she was looking for in choosing photos for the show and those that stood out and won ribbons.
The show has two categories. Site Specific highlights the properties owned and/or managed by Southern Conservation Trust and also the Flint River. The Open category is for those photos taken at any location. In the Site Specific category first place went to Hunter Good for his photography "Red Buds," second place went to Chris Drummond for his photograph "Flint Lilies, Cloudy Sunday Morning," and third place went to James Chapman for his photograph "Baby Owls." In the Open category the first place winner is Michael Parvin with "Rainy Night in Georgia," second place went to David Foster for "Full Moon," third place is P. Seth Thompson with White Sands." Honorable mentions are as follows: Joe Cattoni "At Peace," Reginald Copeland "And Then Came the Winter," Diane Kirkland "Snow In Trees," and Brad Wilson "Eyelash Viper."
Voting for People's Choice will continue through 4/29 and the winner announced at the next event on Saturday 4/30.