This year’s photography competition brought in an outstanding collection of images from amateurs, professionals, hobbyists, and just about anyone with an iPhone and a keen eye. Every subject matter was covered—abstracts, landscapes, portraits, nudes, documentary . . . even the weird and the absurd were represented, and we enjoyed looking at every single one of them. For the record, when we judge we do not know who the photographer is or their status. We judge simply on the image we are looking at. This year the judges were Paul Polycarpou and Sara Lee Burd of Nashville Arts Magazine and the guest judge was Jerry Atnip. Here are our top ten picks. You can see all the entries online at www.Nashvillearts.com and make your own selections. Thanks to all who entered and to Chromatics for sponsoring the prizes for first, second, and third place. See you all again next year.

1st Place    $500 cash

Miles A. Tudor, Shadows: While on a group outing, looking down from a parking garage, the shadows from the trees caught my eye. I set up and composed in the camera and was giving some thought as to whether it would make a good photo when a lady walked by and I thought her shadow added interest. I waited a while and three people strolled into view. After I reviewed the result in the camera, I was so pleased that I settled for taking this one shot.

Miles A. Tudor, Shadows: While on a group outing, looking down from a parking garage, the shadows from the trees caught my eye. I set up and composed in the camera and was giving some thought as to whether it would make a good photo when a lady walked by and I thought her shadow added interest. I waited a while and three people strolled into view. After I reviewed the result in the camera, I was so pleased that I settled for taking this one shot.

2ND Place    $300 Chromatics Gift Certificate

Al Wood: I was on the other side of Broadway in downtown Nashville when I saw the lady sitting in the window with her eyes fixed on something.   At first I thought it was the horse but now I am not sure it was anything in particular.

Al Wood: I was on the other side of Broadway in downtown Nashville when I saw the lady sitting in the window with her eyes fixed on something.   At first I thought it was the horse but now I am not sure it was anything in particular.

3rD Place     $200 Chromatics Gift Certificate

Julia W. Gary, Adonis of the Sea: During a photography trip to Havana, Cuba I spent an afternoon walking along the Malecon (carrying my FE2 Nikon and rolls of black and white film) watching and photographing the locals as they interacted with each other.  I happened upon this muscular young man sitting on the wall and noticed how the sun outlined his body and played on his skin, emphasizing the beauty and hope of the Cuban people.

Julia W. Gary, Adonis of the Sea: During a photography trip to Havana, Cuba I spent an afternoon walking along the Malecon (carrying my FE2 Nikon and rolls of black and white film) watching and photographing the locals as they interacted with each other.  I happened upon this muscular young man sitting on the wall and noticed how the sun outlined his body and played on his skin, emphasizing the beauty and hope of the Cuban people.

Note from guest judge and photographer Jerry Atnip

In my years of curating photography exhibitions and jurying competitions, I have found that there are two scenarios that are a bit difficult to encounter. First are the times when it is a challenge to find images worthy of inclusion. The other is when it’s hard to eliminate images to get down to the prescribed number of choices. This competition was of the latter. The selected artists (and I don’t use that term flippantly) have distinguished themselves as being fearless in their use of the medium.

Looking at the finalists, you see those who’ve used principles established by artists that have excelled in this discipline. On the other hand, some have shown their familiarity with and mastery of the contemporary styles of today’s photographic art stars.

Neither is better nor worse than the other. They both have a strong and deserved place in the art of photography. While you may have a personal preference for one style over another, know that these chosen images are all worthy of your consideration and appreciation.

 

TOP TEN

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Bob Greenberg: The photo was inspired by Lewis Hine’s iconic photograph Mechanic at Steam Pump in Electric Power House, 1920. My picture was taken in an electric power sub-station that contained a similar wrench, which gave me the idea. There is a deliberate arrangement of harsh lighting from above to delineate the subject’s musculature. Arranging the lighting took about 45 minutes with 4 frames being taken in about 2 minutes.

 

Emily Beaver: Shot on 35mm film with a Lomo LC-A camera using natural light, alongside Regent’s Canal, London. Jennifer adjusts her headscarf in preparation for her 60s Italian film inspired portrait.

Emily Beaver: Shot on 35mm film with a Lomo LC-A camera using natural light, alongside Regent’s Canal, London. Jennifer adjusts her headscarf in preparation for her 60s Italian film inspired portrait.

 

Garrett Mills: When I was walking in an area of strife I came upon this scene.

Garrett Mills: When I was walking in an area of strife I came upon this scene.

 

 JayBee: This was a sunrise shoot, as we wanted to capture a oneness with nature, as nature revealed itself from darkness. This first translated into a connection with the water, but that connection didn’t feel quite close enough, so I layered in another connection by Percy kissing himself in the water.

JayBee: This was a sunrise shoot, as we wanted to capture a oneness with nature, as nature revealed itself from darkness. This first translated into a connection with the water, but that connection didn’t feel quite close enough, so I layered in another connection by Percy kissing himself in the water.

 

Penny Felts, Ode to Degas: I took this photo with a Polaroid SX 70 camera and the new film by Impossible Project. My model here is Kara Dixon. As with all of my photos, I started with a concept and then hoped for magic.

Penny Felts, Ode to Degas: I took this photo with a Polaroid SX 70 camera and the new film by Impossible Project. My model here is Kara Dixon. As with all of my photos, I started with a concept and then hoped for magic.

 

 Joe NuÑez: This is a photo of my good friend Corey Rosson doing a wallie nollie.


Joe NuÑez: This is a photo of my good friend Corey Rosson doing a wallie nollie.

 

Ryan Musick ©2013 ALL RIGHTS RESERVED

Ryan Musick: The Seeker. All artists listen. They observe, sometimes their outward environments and experience and sometimes their own inner dialogue. To me, this piece represents the reflective nature of that journey.

 

TOP 20

 

Lisa Kemmer: All of my life I have dreamed of traveling to Venice to see the Grand Canal in person, and that trip of a lifetime allowed me to be in this spot on July 9, 2015. I took this shot within the first couple of hours of arriving to this fantastic destination on the Academia Bridge. The photo of the Grand Canal in Venice, Italy was taken at ISO 400, 1/320th, & f 5.0 with a Canon 60D and EF 28-300L lens. I knew at that moment, this photograph would be enlarged and hanging on my mantel in Tennessee for many years to come.

Lisa Kemmer: All of my life I have dreamed of traveling to Venice to see the Grand Canal in person, and that trip of a lifetime allowed me to be in this spot on July 9, 2015. I took this shot within the first couple of hours of arriving to this fantastic destination on the Academia Bridge. The photo of the Grand Canal in Venice, Italy was taken at ISO 400, 1/320th, & f 5.0 with a Canon 60D and EF 28-300L lens. I knew at that moment, this photograph would be enlarged and hanging on my mantel in Tennessee for many years to come.

 

Tim O’Brien, Bridge at Sunset

 

This picture was taken during the ice storm in Nashville this past winter. I wanted to practice shooting with lighting outside mainly, but the shirtless-ness came about when my other roommate offered to pay him if he would do it.

Austin Lord: This picture was taken during the ice storm in Nashville this past winter. I wanted to practice shooting with lighting outside mainly, but the shirtless-ness came about when my other roommate offered to pay him if he would do it.

 

Julie Akard Crider

Julie Akard Crider

 

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Ron Rice

 

I was camping in Oregon and driving on a small gravel road between Cape Lookout and Cape Meares when I saw this solitary woman clamming in a vast marsh. I was struck by her power and grace as she was striding through the water. There were several cranes in the marsh - the woman looked like she could be another type of lovely bird. The lighting and varied textures of the water made the whole scene look almost like a painting so I pulled over in the dirt and set up my tripod on the side of the road and followed her progress through the marsh.

Durwood Edwards: This picture of Marrowbone Lake was taken with a digital SLR last February after a 5 inch snow. I have been photographing the lake for over ten years, especially when there is a good morning fog. This time, the nearly completely frozen and snowy lake with the sun cresting the hills in the background and breaking through the fog presented such a mysterious image with these delicious colors, that I knew it was an exceptionally special moment.

 

Michelle Campanis: I was camping in Oregon and driving on a small gravel road between Cape Lookout and Cape Meares when I saw this solitary woman clamming in a vast marsh. I was struck by her power and grace as she was striding through the water. There were several cranes in the marsh - the woman looked like she could be another type of lovely bird. The lighting and varied textures of the water made the whole scene look almost like a painting so I pulled over in the dirt and set up my tripod on the side of the road and followed her progress through the marsh.

Michelle Campanis: I was camping in Oregon and driving on a small gravel road between Cape Lookout and Cape Meares when I saw this solitary woman clamming in a vast marsh. I was struck by her power and grace as she was striding through the water. There were several cranes in the marsh – the woman looked like she could be another type of lovely bird. The lighting and varied textures of the water made the whole scene look almost like a painting so I pulled over in the dirt and set up my tripod on the side of the road and followed her progress through the marsh.

 

Julia Gary: While on a photography tour of Havana, Cuba I was most anxious to capture images of the exquisite Carrara marble monuments in the Colon Cemetery, even though it was during a time when workmen and artisans were cleaning and restoring the memorials. I photographed the statue of Mary as two craftsmen were carefully cleaning the crevices of the marble when suddenly one artisan looked up as I depressed the shutter, adding depth to the finished image.

Julia Gary: While on a photography tour of Havana, Cuba I was most anxious to capture images of the exquisite Carrara marble monuments in the Colon Cemetery, even though it was during a time when workmen and artisans were cleaning and restoring the memorials. I photographed the statue of Mary as two craftsmen were carefully cleaning the crevices of the marble when suddenly one artisan looked up as I depressed the shutter, adding depth to the finished image.

 

Iain Zwiebel: This is a photo taken from a boat approaching the remote island of Staffa in Scotland. It took 3 small planes 2 bus trips and 3 small boat rides to finally arrive, and once I arrived it was one of the most beautiful places I've ever been.

Iain Zwiebel: This is a photo taken from a boat approaching the remote island of Staffa in Scotland. It took 3 small planes 2 bus trips and 3 small boat rides to finally arrive, and once I arrived it was one of the most beautiful places I’ve ever been.

 

Iain Zwiebel: This photo was taken when I was climbing a large rock in Scotland. I had just pulled myself up and over the edge of the rock and I noticed the flowers ahead of me. It was the perfect composition, so I knew I needed the shot.

Iain Zwiebel: This photo was taken when I was climbing a large rock in Scotland. I had just pulled myself up and over the edge of the rock and I noticed the flowers ahead of me. It was the perfect composition, so I knew I needed the shot.

 

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Stanton Tubb

 

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J. Scott Whigham

 

Katherine Seghers: While on my honeymoon in Seattle, we spent a lot of time at EMP. I looked up from the sidewalk and was captivated by Frank Gehry's design especially the curves of this part of the building and the juxtaposition with the monorail track.

Katherine Seghers: While on my honeymoon in Seattle, we spent a lot of time at EMP. I looked up from the sidewalk and was captivated by Frank Gehry’s design especially the curves of this part of the building and the juxtaposition with the monorail track.

 

Garrett Mills: This photo was taken in the Church of the Holy Sepulchre in Jerusalem. An Armenian priest participates in a service.

Garrett Mills: This photo was taken in the Church of the Holy Sepulchre in Jerusalem. An Armenian priest participates in a service.

 

Beth Gorham: I love the contrast of light and dark, and using light to place emphasis on a subject. When I noticed the light hitting my son and his airplane against the darkness of the yard I knew there was a picture there.

Beth Gorham: I love the contrast of light and dark, and using light to place emphasis on a subject. When I noticed the light hitting my son and his airplane against the darkness of the yard I knew there was a picture there.

 

Jeff Hackett: I have been working on a flower project shooting predominately with my iPhone. This Hollyhock was photographed with my iPhone 4S labor weekend 2014, in South Londonderry, VT.

Jeff Hackett: I have been working on a flower project shooting predominately with my iPhone. This Hollyhock was photographed with my iPhone 4S labor weekend 2014, in South Londonderry, VT.

 

Thomas McDougal

Thomas McDougal

 

Sally Bebawy: Our Share of Night, Everywhere I go I tell the story of the woman that gave me life and joy. My share of night is easier to bear knowing she fought for every moment of our days together. This was inspired by Emily Dickinson's poem, "Our Share of Night to Bear."

Sally Bebawy: Our Share of Night, Everywhere I go I tell the story of the woman that gave me life and joy. My share of night is easier to bear knowing she fought for every moment of our days together. This was inspired by Emily Dickinson’s poem, “Our Share of Night to Bear.”

 

Chad Spann: This images was shot in a swimming pool and the inspiration for this photo came from John Everett Millais painting Ophelia. This is the first in a series that is inspired by paintings.

Chad Spann: This images was shot in a swimming pool and the inspiration for this photo came from John Everett Millais painting Ophelia. This is the first in a series that is inspired by paintings.

 

Sarah Taylor: This photo is called Overturned. This is a performance with how I felt in the moment. Every decision was building up. And every thought in my mind was out of order.

Sarah Taylor: This photo is called Overturned. This is a performance with how I felt in the moment. Every decision was building up. And every thought in my mind was out of order.

 

Buddy Jackson

Buddy Jackson

 

Al Wood: When I looked out the window of the building I was in I saw all the lines going in different directions. The lines interested me but the presence of the lone person smoking a cigaret seemed to add a second dimension to the image.

Al Wood: When I looked out the window of the building I was in I saw all the lines going in different directions. The lines interested me but the presence of the lone person smoking a cigaret seemed to add a second dimension to the image.

 

Photograph by Alana Williams

Photograph by Alana Williams

 

Photograph by Alana Williams

Photograph by Alana Williams

 

Photograph by Alana Williams

Photograph by Alana Williams

 

Photograph by Anita Merriam

Photograph by Anita Merriam

 

Photograph by Anita Merriam

Photograph by Anita Merriam

 

Photograph by Anita Merriam

Photograph by Anita Merriam

 

Photograph by Anne Townson

Photograph by Anne Townson

 

Photograph by Anne Townson

Photograph by Anne Townson

 

Photograph by Anne Townson

Photograph by Anne Townson

 

Photograph by Anthony Bukengolts

Photograph by Anthony Bukengolts

 

Photograph by Anthony Bukengolts

Photograph by Anthony Bukengolts

 

Photograph by Anthony Bukengolts

Photograph by Anthony Bukengolts

 

Photograph by Antonio Fajardo

Photograph by Antonio Fajardo

 

Photograph by Antonio Fajardo

Photograph by Antonio Fajardo

 

Photograph by Antonio Fajardo

Photograph by Antonio Fajardo

 

Photograph by Antonio Fajardo

Photograph by Antonio Fajardo

 

Photograph by Antonio Fajardo

Photograph by Antonio Fajardo

 

Photograph by Antonio Fajardo

Photograph by Antonio Fajardo

 

Photograph by Ashley Mintz

Photograph by Ashley Mintz

 

Photograph by Ashley Mintz

Photograph by Ashley Mintz

 

Photograph by Ashley Mintz

Photograph by Ashley Mintz

 

Photograph by Athena Kulb

Photograph by Athena Kulb

 

Photograph by Athena Kulb

Photograph by Athena Kulb

 

Photograph by Athena Kulb

Photograph by Athena Kulb

 

Photograph by Barbara Gronefeld

Photograph by Barbara Gronefeld

 

Photograph by Barbara Gronefeld

Photograph by Barbara Gronefeld

 

Photograph by Barbara Gronefeld

Photograph by Barbara Gronefeld

 

Photograph by Barry A. Noland

Photograph by Barry A. Noland

 

Photograph by Barry A. Noland

Photograph by Barry A. Noland

 

Photograph by Barry A. Noland

Photograph by Barry A. Noland

 

Photograph by Bethany Long

Photograph by Bethany Long

 

Photograph by Bethany Long

Photograph by Bethany Long

 

Photograph by Bethany Long

Photograph by Bethany Long

 

Photograph by Bill Lund

Photograph by Bill Lund

 

Photograph by Bill Lund

Photograph by Bill Lund

 

Photograph by Bill Lund

Photograph by Bill Lund

 

Photograph by Brandon Felts

Photograph by Brandon Felts

 

Photograph by Brandon Felts

Photograph by Brandon Felts

 

Photograph by Brandon Felts

Photograph by Brandon Felts

 

Photograph by Bryan Neely

Photograph by Bryan Neely

 

Photograph by Bryan Neely

Photograph by Bryan Neely

 

Photograph by Bryan Neely

Photograph by Bryan Neely

 

Photograph by Carlton Wilkinson

Photograph by Carlton Wilkinson

 

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Photograph by Carlton Wilkinson

 

Photograph by Celene Aubry

Photograph by Celene Aubry

 

Photograph by Celene Aubry

Photograph by Celene Aubry

 

Photograph by Celene Aubry

Photograph by Celene Aubry

 

Photograph by Chantilly Mooney

Photograph by Chantilly Mooney

 

Photograph by Christina McAllister

Photograph by Christina McAllister

 

Photograph by Christina McAllister

Photograph by Christina McAllister

 

Photograph by Christina McAllister

Photograph by Christina McAllister

 

Photograph by Christine Balcarce

Photograph by Christine Balcarce

 

Photograph by Christine Balcarce

Photograph by Christine Balcarce

 

Photograph by Christine Balcarce

Photograph by Christine Balcarce

 

Photograph by Christopher Hamrick

Photograph by Christopher Hamrick

 

Photograph by Christopher Hamrick

Photograph by Christopher Hamrick

 

Photograph by Crystal Spear

Photograph by Crystal Spear

 

Photograph by Crystal Spear

Photograph by Crystal Spear

 

Photograph by Crystal Spear

Photograph by Crystal Spear

 

Photograph by Thea LaBonne

Photograph by Thea LaBonne

 

Photograph by Thea LaBonne

Photograph by Thea LaBonne

 

 

Photograph by Dana Barrett

Photograph by Dana Barrett

 

Photograph by Dana Barrett

Photograph by Dana Barrett

 

Photograph by Dana Barrett

Photograph by Dana Barrett

 

Photograph by Daniel Oyvetsky

Photograph by Daniel Oyvetsky

 

Photograph by David Morel

Photograph by David Morel

 

Photograph by David Morel

Photograph by David Morel

 

Photograph by David Morel

Photograph by David Morel

 

Photograph by Debbie Smartt

Photograph by Debbie Smartt

 

Photograph by Diane Roseberry

Photograph by Diane Roseberry

 

Photograph by Diane Roseberry

Photograph by Diane Roseberry

 

Photograph by Diane Roseberry

Photograph by Diane Roseberry

 

Photograph by Durwood Edwards

Photograph by Durwood Edwards

 

Photograph by Durwood Edwards

Photograph by Durwood Edwards

 

Photograph by Ellen Mossack

Photograph by Ellen Mossack

 

Photograph by Ellen Mossack

Photograph by Ellen Mossack

 

Photograph by Ellen Mossack

Photograph by Ellen Mossack

 

Photograph by Emily Beaver

Photograph by Emily Beaver

 

Photograph by Emily Beaver

Photograph by Emily Beaver

 

Photograph by Emily Beaver

Photograph by Emily Beaver

 

Photograph by Emily Beaver

Photograph by Emily Beaver

 

Photograph by Emily Beaver

Photograph by Emily Beaver

 

Photograph by Emily Helms

Photograph by Emily Helms

 

Photograph by Emily Helms

Photograph by Emily Helms

 

Photograph by Emily Helms

Photograph by Emily Helms

 

Photograph by Gary Johnson

Photograph by Gary Johnson

 

Photograph by Gary Johnson

Photograph by Gary Johnson

 

Photograph by Hugh Duguid

Photograph by Hugh Duguid

 

Photograph by Hugh Duguid

Photograph by Hugh Duguid

 

Photograph by Hugh Duguid

Photograph by Hugh Duguid

 

Photograph by Ingrid Komisar

Photograph by Ingrid Komisar

 

Photograph by Ingrid Komisar

Photograph by Ingrid Komisar

Photograph by J. Michael Gannon

Photograph by J. Michael Gannon

 

Photograph by J. Michael Gannon

Photograph by J. Michael Gannon

 

Photograph by J. Michael Gannon

Photograph by J. Michael Gannon

Photograph by James Blythe

Photograph by James Blythe

 

Photograph by James Blythe

Photograph by James Blythe

 

Photograph by James Blythe

Photograph by James Blythe

 

Photograph by James Szuch

Photograph by James Szuch

 

Photograph by James Szuch

Photograph by James Szuch

 

Photograph by James Szuch

Photograph by James Szuch

 

Photograph by Jane Vickers

Photograph by Jane Vickers

 

Photograph by Jane Vickers

Photograph by Jane Vickers

 

Photograph by Jason Lascu

Photograph by Jason Lascu

 

Photograph by Jennifer Schwitzgebel

Photograph by Jennifer Schwitzgebel

 

Photograph by Jennifer Schwitzgebel

Photograph by Jennifer Schwitzgebel

 

Photograph by Jennifer Schwitzgebel

Photograph by Jennifer Schwitzgebel

 

Photograph by Jerry Park

Photograph by Jerry Park

 

Photograph by Jerry Park

Photograph by Jerry Park

 

Photograph by Jerry Park

Photograph by Jerry Park

 

Photograph by Jerry Winnett

Photograph by Jerry Winnett

 

Photograph by Jerry Winnett

Photograph by Jerry Winnett

 

Photograph by Jerry Winnett

Photograph by Jerry Winnett

 

Photograph by Jon Woodhams

Photograph by Jon Woodhams

 

Photograph by Jon Woodhams

Photograph by Jon Woodhams

 

Photograph by Jon Woodhams

Photograph by Jon Woodhams

 

Photograph by Joseph Newsome

Photograph by Joseph Newsome

 

Photograph by Joseph Newsome

Photograph by Joseph Newsome

 

Photograph by Joseph Newsome

Photograph by Joseph Newsome

 

Photograph by Joyce Perkins

Photograph by Joyce Perkins

 

Photograph by Joyce Perkins

Photograph by Joyce Perkins

 

Photograph by Joyce Perkins

Photograph by Joyce Perkins

 

Photograph by Judit Papp

Photograph by Judit Papp

 

Photograph by Judit Papp

Photograph by Judit Papp

 

Photograph by Judit Papp

Photograph by Judit Papp

 

Photograph by Julia Gary

Photograph by Julia Gary

 

Photograph by Julia Gary

Photograph by Julia Gary

 

Photograph by K. Randall Wilcox

Photograph by K. Randall Wilcox

 

Photograph by K. Randall Wilcox

Photograph by K. Randall Wilcox

 

Photograph by K. Randall Wilcox

Photograph by K. Randall Wilcox

 

 

Photograph by Karen Richard

Photograph by Karen Richard

 

Photograph by Karen Richard

Photograph by Karen Richard

 

Photograph by Katherine Frensley

Photograph by Katherine Frensley

 

Photograph by Katherine Frensley

Photograph by Katherine Frensley

 

Photograph by Katherine Frensley

Photograph by Katherine Frensley

 

Photograph by Kelsey Kirkegaard

Photograph by Kelsey Kirkegaard

 

Photograph by Kelsey Kirkegaard

Photograph by Kelsey Kirkegaard

 

Photograph by Kelsey Kirkegaard

Photograph by Kelsey Kirkegaard

 

Photograph by Kendra Bomar

Photograph by Kendra Bomar

 

Photograph by Kendra Bomar

Photograph by Kendra Bomar

 

Photograph by Kendra Bomar

Photograph by Kendra Bomar

 

Photograph by Kevin McGraham

Photograph by Kevin Graham

 

Photograph by Kevin McGraham

Photograph by Kevin Graham

 

Photograph by Kevin McGraham

Photograph by Kevin Graham

 

Photograph by Lara Hughes

Photograph by Lara Hughes

 

Photograph by Lara Hughes

Photograph by Lara Hughes

 

Photograph by Lara Hughes

Photograph by Lara Hughes

 

Photograph by Lisa Kemmer

Photograph by Lisa Kemmer

Photograph by Lisa Kemmer

Photograph by Lisa Kemmer

 

Photograph by Lola White

Photograph by Lola White

 

Photograph by Lola White

Photograph by Lola White

 

Photograph by Lola White

Photograph by Lola White

 

Photograph by Lucia Timis

Photograph by Lucia Timis

 

Photograph by Lucia Timis

Photograph by Lucia Timis

 

Photograph by Lucia Timis

Photograph by Lucia Timis

 

Photograph by Luis Ernesto Gonzalez

Photograph by Luis Ernesto Gonzalez

 

Photograph by Luis Ernesto Gonzalez

Photograph by Luis Ernesto Gonzalez

 

Photograph by Luis Ernesto Gonzalez

Photograph by Luis Ernesto Gonzalez

 

Photograph by Lyle Jackson

Photograph by Lyle Jackson

 

Photograph by Lyle Jackson

Photograph by Lyle Jackson

 

Photograph by Lyle Jackson

Photograph by Lyle Jackson

 

Photograph by Marlos E'van

Photograph by Marlos E’van

 

Photograph by Marlos E'van

Photograph by Marlos E’van

 

Photograph by Marlos E'van

Photograph by Marlos E’van

 

Photograph by Martin O'Connor

Photograph by Martin O’Connor

 

Photograph by Martin O'Connor

Photograph by Martin O’Connor

 

Photograph by Martin O'Connor

Photograph by Martin O’Connor

 

Photograph by Michael Louthan

Photograph by Michael Louthan

 

Photograph by Michael Louthan

Photograph by Michael Louthan

 

Photograph by Michael Louthan

Photograph by Michael Louthan

 

Photograph by Michael Tregelles

Photograph by Michael Tregelles

 

Photograph by Michael Tregelles

Photograph by Michael Tregelles

 

Photograph by Michael Tregelles

Photograph by Michael Tregelles

 

Photograph by Michelle Campanis

Photograph by Michelle Campanis

 

Photograph by Michelle Campanis

Photograph by Michelle Campanis

 

Photograph by Mike Beecham

Photograph by Mike Beecham

 

Photograph by Mike Beecham

Photograph by Mike Beecham

 

Photograph by Mike Beecham

Photograph by Mike Beecham

 

Photograph by Miles Tudor

Photograph by Miles Tudor

 

Photograph by Miles Tudor

Photograph by Miles Tudor

 

Photograph by Monte Arnold

Photograph by Monte Arnold

 

Photograph by Monte Arnold

Photograph by Monte Arnold

 

Photograph by Monte Arnold

Photograph by Monte Arnold

 

Photograph by Nikki Gray

Photograph by Nikki Gray

 

Photograph by Nikki Gray

Photograph by Nikki Gray

 

Photograph by Nikki Gray

Photograph by Nikki Gray

 

Photograph by Nina Lorenz

Photograph by Nina Lorenz

 

Photograph by Nina Lorenz

Photograph by Nina Lorenz

 

Photograph by Nina Lorenz

Photograph by Nina Lorenz

 

Photograph by Phil Savage

Photograph by Phil Savage

 

Photograph by Phil Savage

Photograph by Phil Savage

 

Photograph by Phil Savage

Photograph by Phil Savage

 

Photograph by Rebekah Greenberg

Photograph by Rebekah Greenberg

 

Photograph by Rebekah Greenberg

Photograph by Rebekah Greenberg

 

Photograph by Rebekah Greenberg

Photograph by Rebekah Greenberg

 

Photograph by Renee Lowery

Photograph by Renee Lowery

 

Photograph by Renee Lowery

Photograph by Renee Lowery

 

Photograph by Renee Lowery

Photograph by Renee Lowery

 

Photograph by Rick Borchert

Photograph by Rick Borchert

 

Photograph by Rick Borchert

Photograph by Rick Borchert

 

Photograph by Bob Sherman

Photograph by Bob Sherman

 

Photograph by Bob Sherman

Photograph by Bob Sherman

 

Photograph by Bob Sherman

Photograph by Bob Sherman

Photograph by Ron Rice

Photograph by Ron Rice

 

Photograph by Ron Rice

Photograph by Ron Rice

 

Photograph by Ron Vigus

Photograph by Ron Vigus

 

Photograph by Ron Vigus

Photograph by Ron Vigus

 

Photograph by Ron Vigus

Photograph by Ron Vigus

 

Photograph by Ryan Musick

Photograph by Ryan Musick

 

Photograph by Ryan Musick

Photograph by Ryan Musick

 

Photograph by Sally Bebawy

Photograph by Sally Bebawy

 

Photograph by Sally Bebawy

Photograph by Sally Bebawy

 

Photograph by Sally McIntyre

Photograph by Sally McIntyre

 

Photograph by Sally McIntyre

Photograph by Sally McIntyre

 

Photograph by Sally McIntyre

Photograph by Sally McIntyre

 

Photograph by Sami Wideberg

Photograph by Sami Wideberg

 

Photograph by Sami Wideberg

Photograph by Sami Wideberg

 

Photograph by Sami Wideberg

Photograph by Sami Wideberg

 

Photograph by Sandra Ventura-Benitez

Photograph by Sandra Ventura-Benitez

 

Photograph by Sandra Ventura-Benitez

Photograph by Sandra Ventura-Benitez

 

Photograph by Sandra Ventura-Benitez

Photograph by Sandra Ventura-Benitez