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Monday August 31st, 2015 6:59AM

'Snap Suwanee' exhibit opens

By Staff
SUWANEE - Suwanee's new 9-11 memorial, other public art, parks, and events are featured in the 2014 Snap Suwanee photo exhibit, currently on display at Suwanee City Hall. <br /> <br /> Thirteen photographs by ten different photographers were selected to be part of this year's exhibit, which will remain on display at least through the remainder of the year.<br /> <br /> Each year the City of Suwanee hosts a community photo competition. This year, 76 Snap Suwanee entries were received from 23 photographers. The winning photos are displayed in the first floor foyer area at City Hall.<br /> <br /> For the first time this year, some of the winning photographs were submitted via Instagram.<br /> <br /> "They say that a picture's worth a thousand words," says Public Information Officer Lynne DeWilde. "Each of the Snap Suwanee winning photos tells a story about the Suwanee community. We're excited to share the colorful, contemplative vision portrayed in the 2014 exhibit."<br /> <br /> Winning photos and photographers include:<br /> <br /> 'Cowboy Dancers '<br /> Alan Akins<br /> <br /> 'Around the Bend'<br /> Kyle Breen<br /> <br /> 'Pump Up Suwanee'<br /> Kyle Breen <br /> <br /> 'Sayonara Summer'<br /> Autumn Crowley<br /> <br /> 'Millenials are the Image Nation'<br /> Andrew Draper<br /> <br /> 'Recovery'<br /> Andrew Draper<br /> <br /> 'I've Got My Eyes on You'<br /> Carla Hoff<br /> <br /> 'Reflection'<br /> Boo Kirsch Hynes<br /> <br /> 'Colorful Cultural Sounds'<br /> Karl Lamb<br /> <br /> 'Quiet Time'<br /> Karl Lamb<br /> <br /> 'Iron Angel'<br /> Jammie Partee<br /> <br /> 'Monkey in the Middle'<br /> Laura Shinliver<br /> <br /> 'Remember'<br /> Terry Vegter
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