Photo contest winners announced

Pike Imaging Council holds first competition


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  • Pictured (from left) are winners Nicki McManus, Penelope Taylor, Jose Almeida, Bonnie McCaffery and Jeff Sidle. Absent are John Goldman and Roger Gottlieb. (Photo provided)



— The Pike Imaging Council has announced the winners of its first-ever photo competition.

Twelve awards were given for first, second, and third place in four categories: color, digitally-enhanced, monochrome and portrait.

ColorFirst — Roger Gottlieb

Second — Jeff Sidle

Third — John Goldman

Digitally enhancedFirst — Bonnie McCaffery

Second — John Goldman

Third — Nicki McManus

MonochromeFirst — Penelope Taylor

Second — John Goldman

Third — Nicki McManus

PortraitFirst — Jose Almeida

Second — John Goldman

Third — Nicki McManus

The Pike Imaging Council includes both amateur and professional photographic enthusiasts in the greater Milford area. The group meets on the first Tuesday of each month at 6:30 p.m. at Belle Reve Senior Living Center, 404 East Harford St., Milford, PA 18337.

For more information visit meetup.com/Pike-Imaging-Council-PIC.


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