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Leo Charette | all galleries >> Kitchen Sink >> A Few Folks... >> The Colonist > Published!!!
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(Day 86) I just happened to be at the right place and I caught Darin the ox guy taking a little nap. Beginner's luck.

I had heard about this America 24/7 project where for a week in May, folks would take pictures of things around them and submit the images electronically for consideration.. so I submitted my image. Ya, me and more than 25,000 professional and amatuer photographers submitted images. Not a prayers chance I thought as only 300 images would be selected.

Last Christmas I received a complimentary copy of America 24/7 which included my image. In the October, I was notified that the image was again selected for the Virginia 24/7 edition and a few weeks ago a complimentary copy arrived as an early Christmas present. It will probably never happen again, but it's kind of cool to see your image in print :)

Early American Cowch

Nikon Coolpix 5700
1/5s f/5.3 at 11.6mm iso100 full exif

other sizes: small medium original
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Guest 24-Mar-2005 22:04
Well done and well deserved.
Steve Pepple08-Jan-2005 02:38
How cool. Congratulations!
Silvrday04-Jan-2005 00:08
Cool! Congrats! Well done!
Cliff03-Jan-2005 17:26
Congratulations LC ! I am not surprised - the originality and quality of your images warrant inclusion in such a collection. Way to go!
Herb Knufken03-Jan-2005 12:59
Great job, congratulations.
Kimberly03-Jan-2005 00:54
Well done! What a great experience!
Lee Rudd03-Jan-2005 00:52
I echo the congratulations.... it is a lovely and humerous image.
Elaine (etfitz)03-Jan-2005 00:49
Wow! Great job!
Guest 03-Jan-2005 00:48
Congratulations ! I remember it, too.
Gayle P. Clement03-Jan-2005 00:37
Congratulations! I remember that image and really loved it. A well-deserved honor.