By Clint Parker
This is the second week of our 2019 Day in the Life contest. As we said last week, a picture is worth a thousand words and every year we ask you, our readers, to submit photos that tell the tale of living life in our community. You responded with a number of pictures. We have grouped these according to photographer and in no particular order. This week continues the photos from the contest, but is by no means all. These pictures will all be judged by a panel of three people sometime after all the pictures appear over the next several weeks. With that, the Tribune/Leader gives you photos from the 2019 Day in the Life contest.
Angela Bassett of Leicester sent in three entries for the contest. The first entitled “A Rose by any other name,” then “Angel in the Air,” and finally “Rose garden.” She took them with her Nikon 3300.
John Foster of Alexander sent these iPhone photos, one entitled, “My Backyard Hayfield Plus Infinity and Beyond,” the other “Backyard Sunset.”
Life in Big Sandy Mush in pictures comes to us from Julie Haynes when she sent in her three unnamed entries so we just called them “Early Mountain” , Big Sandy Mush.” , and “Sandy Mush.” She also didn’t say what kind of camera she used.
These beautiful photographs taken in Alexander are entitled, “From The Farm” and “Turtle Dove Eggs” from James Harold Bullman of Alexander.
Shirley Fender of Leicester sent us three entries taken with her iPhone 8. Taken in Madison County at her mom’s. First, “Chewing the cud,” then “Season for All Things,” and finally “Lily in the Morning.”
More photos from the contest will appear in next week’s issue.