Images Of Maryland

Photography Winners

October 23, 1991

The second annual Community College Photography Competition, with the theme, "Maryland: Working Images," is now under way.

Photographsmust depict people working in Maryland.

The winning entries will be featured in an exhibit that will tourstate community colleges and then be put on permanent display at theDepartment of Economic and Employment Development Offices in Baltimore.

Entrants must be students, either full or part time, credit ornon-credit, attending a state community college, and amateur photographers.

Up to five different 8-by-10 prints from 35 mm or larger slides or negatives may be submitted. Retouching, composites or hand coloring will be allowed.

Prizes include dinner for two at Middleton's Tavern in Annapolis or vacations in Western Maryland, Ocean City,Atlantic City, Baltimore or the Eastern Shore.

An independent panel of judges, including professional photographers, will assess the entries based on artistic merit and reflection of the theme. The deadline is March 30, 1992.

Information: 541-2341 or 974-3085.


Three state employees from Anne Arundel County were among the 21 winners in the fourth annual "Get Some Exposure" Maryland State Employee Photography Competition, sponsored by the Maryland Department of Transportation, the "Maryland You Are Beautiful" Program, Maryland Public Information Officers and Ritz Camera.

Roger K. Ramsay of Annapolis, an employee of the Maryland Department of Transportation, took second place and $75 in the Landscape-Scenic- Environment category.

Department of Public Safety and Correctional Services worker Victoria J. Edwards, of Deale, won second place and $75 in the Maryland's People category.

In the Marylanders at Work category, David M. Marple, an Annapolis resident and member of the Resources Police for the Department of Natural Resources, earned a second-place prize of $75.

The winners were selected from 500 entries. Each of theparticipants will receive a Governor's Certificate of Recognition and coupons for two complimentary enlargements at any Ritz Camera Store.


The Anne Arundel County Department of Recreation and Parks recently announced the following winners of the Coast Weeks '91 Photography Contest:

* Best in Show -- Howard Penn of Arnold

* First Place, Scenic Coastlines, ages 19 and older -- James Lester of Annapolis.

* First Place, Scenic Coastlines, ages 18 and under -- Michelle Howard of Shady Side.

* First Place, Natural Coastline, ages 19 and old -- Eva Purdy of Annapolis.

* First Place, Natural Coastlines, ages 18 and under -- Travis Neville of Millersville.

* First Place, Coastal Recreation, age 19 and older -- Howard Penn

* First Place, Working Coastlines, age 19 and older -- Howard Penn

* Honorable Mention -- John Glover of Annapolis.

The winners won certificates, Coast Weeks '91 T-shirts and annual passes to Downs and Quiet Waters parks.

The winning photographs are on display through the end of the year at the Quiet Waters Park Visitors Center, the Downs Park Information Center, and area public libraries. Penn's Best in Show entry will be the subject of the Anne Arundel County Coast Weeks '92 poster.

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