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1st Place - A Beautiful Place
2nd Place, A Beautiful Place
3rd Place, A Beautiful Place
1st Place, Love at the Beach
2nd Place, Love at the Beach
3rd Place, Love at the Beach
1st Place, Fairs and Festivals
2nd Place, Fairs and Festivals
3rd Place, Fairs and Festivals
South County Tourism Council is pleased to announce the winners of the 21st Annual South County Photo Contest. Approximately 436 entries were received capturing the essence of South County’s 449 square mile tourism region.
The contest consists of three categories, “A Beautiful Place”; “Love at the Beach” and “Fairs and Festivals”. First place winners in each category receive $500, second place wins $250 and third place receives $125 and four runners up win $50 each.
The winners are:
A Beautiful Place:
1st Place: Nicolas Foster of Westerly – Tunnel Vision (photo taken in Westerly)
2nd Place: Diane Zerba of Charlestown – Beach Reflections (photo taken in Charlestown)
3rd Place: Stacy Clark of Pawcatuk, CT – Watch Hill Lighthouse (photo taken in Westerly)
Love at the Beach:
1st Place: Barb McCormick of Palmetto, FL – Roy Carpenter (photo taken in South Kingstown)
2nd Place: Gina Campbell of Wakefield – Family (photo taken in Narragansett)
3rd Place: Franca Bartkiewitz of West Kingston – A Mother’s Love (photo taken in Westerly)
Fairs and Festivals:
1st Place: Gina Campbell of Wakefield – Three’s a Crowd (photo taken in Charlestown)
2nd Place: Todd Gianguzzi of Narragansett – Narragansett 8 (photo taken in Narragansett)
3rd Place: Tammy Anderson of West Kingston – Sounds of Summer (photo taken in Charlestown)
Louise Bishop, president of South County Tourism Council, said; “We thank everyone who entered this year’s photo contest and shared their beautiful captures of South County!”
We were honored to have Christine Corrigan, judge the contest again this year. Corrigan has been a freelance photographer for 30 years and spent 10 years as a staff photographer at the Westerly Sun. She holds a degree in Photography and Art History from UMass Dartmouth.
You can see all the entries below. Click load more to see more.