Trinity River Photo Contest
Winning images from the City of Dallas 2013 Trinity River Photo Contest will be on display Jan. 17 through Feb. 22 at the Latino Cultural Center, 2600 Live Oak St. The exhibit features 62 photographs taken in the Trinity River corridor. A reception will also be held from 6 to 8 p.m. Friday Jan. 17 at the Latino Cultural Center.
Professional, amateur and youth photographers captured images in four categories: Architecture/Structures, Forest/Prairie, River/Ponds, and Wildlife. This year’s collection of photographs showcases a rainbow over the Lower Chain of Wetlands, artwork in the Trinity River corridor, the dappled steel of the Trinity River Audubon Center, and a stand of trees so compelling it was awarded the Grand Prize by the panel of professional judges led by Michael Hamtil, photo editor for the Dallas Morning News.
Now in its fifth year, the Trinity River Photo Contest inspires people of all ages to visit the Trinity River corridor and enjoy local outdoor adventure. Year after year, these images evoke moments of discovery and wonder. Over 400,000 people saw the exhibit in 2013 as it toured Dallas.