Locals dominate photo contest
DOYLESTOWN Delaware Valley University held a photography contest at its recent sustainability-focused conference series, the Precarious Alliance, and photographers were to submit entries that reflected the theme of the conference, "Land and the American Dream."
Brianna Foster of Ringwood, N.J., won the professional and social vote categories with a shot of an antique pickup truck in front of a field of solar panels.
Sheila Fehrenbach of Villanova won the amateur category with a photo of clothes drying in the sun.
Jordan Redd, a high school student from Warrington, took first place in the student category and second in the social vote category with a black-and-white image that showed an antique Ford on Long Beach Island.
Jerry Millevoi of Doylestown was second in the professional category, and Ally Harrison of Doylestown was third.
Samantha Pace of Fontana, Calif., was second in the amateur category, and Gerald D. Klein of Elkins Park and Julie Ventresca-Pittelli of Danboro, Pa., tied for third.
Heather McDermott of Chalfont was second among students, and Payton Moore of Telford was third.