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By Teresa Bigham/The Hesperian-Beacon—
FLOYD COUNTY – Floyd County 4-H received the results of the District 2 Photo Contest. The results are very impressive.
The objectives for this contest were:
• To develop life skill in composition, light, story line, posing and awareness.
• To encourage 4-M members to use photography as a meaningful communication tool in their lives.
• To utilize photographs to promote and strengthen the 4-H program.
The age groups were broken down in three levels. Juniors are members from third grade to fifth grade, intermediates are grades sixth to eighth and seniors are grades ninth to twelfth.
All photos that were submitted had to have been taken during Jan. 1, 2019 to the contest entry date.
These pictures were judged online by a judge that is unrelated to any 4-H Floyd County members. The pictures feel into one of twelve categories.
Gabby Cervantes had first place pictures in the elements category, motion and people category.
Karis McIntosh entered photos in the shadow category, elements of design, landscape, dominant color, and motion.
Kristen Pyle had a first place in the domestic animal category.
Lilly Jimenez placed first in the catch all and the elements categories.
Nick Cervantes placed first in the catch all and shadow categories.
Presley Brooks placed first in nighttime, elements of design, landscape, motion, people and enhanced categories.
Sierra Snowden placed first in the wildlife, dominant color, and the elements categories.
Teagan Rogers placed first in domestic animal, food, night, people and plant-flora categories.
Wyatt Bigham placed first in the detail/macro and in plant-flora categories.
If you’d like more information on this 4-H project, please call Cristen Brooks at the Texas A&M AgriLife office at 806-983-4912.