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Photo Competition
Results

2013 APCUG Photo Competition

This photo contest is sponsored by APCUG, the Association of Personal Computer Users Group.


Congratulations to QCS members, for their terrific entries and for the THREE placings won!

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Complete List of APCUG Winners
Digital Photo Contest

The 2013 APCUG Photo Contest. There were a total of 75 entries in the following categories:

Animals - 23
People - 15
Still Life - 17
Landscape - 20

The winners in each category are:

Still Life
1st Place Winner - Stand and be Counted, by Darlene Norton, Quad Cities Computer Society
2nd Place - Broken Bulb, by Don Feighery, Osher Lifelong Learning Institute OLLI PC Group at George Mason University, Fairfax, Virginia
3rd Place - High Tea, by Halaine Cummins, TUGNET, Los Angeles, California

Animals
1st Place Winner - Lion Licking, by Helaine Cummins, TUGNET, Los Angeles, California
2nd Place - Wide-eyed Cat, by Dave Lundy, Dayton Microcomputer Association, Dayton, Ohio
3rd Place - Sleeping Bear, by Randy McIntyre, Quad Cities Computer Society

Landscape
1st Place Winner - Annecy, France, by Jane Quinn, Computer User’s Group of Redding, Redding California
2nd Place - River in Zion National Park, by Helaine Cummins, TUGNET, Los Angeles, California
3rd Place - There’s One in Every Crowd, Darlene Norton, Quad Cities Computer Society

People
1st Place Winner - Cowboy, by Helaine Cummist, TUGNET, Los Angeles, California
2nd Place - Renaissance Woman, Stanley I. Warshow, Boca Raton Computer Society, Boca Raton, Florida
3rd Place - Alien Invasion, by Dave Lundy, Dayton Microcomputer Association, Dayton, Ohio


To see some other winning entries from the 2013 photo contest,
including the four-way tie for Best in Show, scroll down to the
September 16th, 2013 entries on this Facebook page:
https://www.facebook.com/APCUGRegionals

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