Well, this is the third and final part in the 2019 Day in the Life photo contest. The contest allows our readers to submit photos that they believe tells the tale of living life in our community. We thank you for your response. We have grouped these according to photographer and in no particular order. This week shows the last of the photos from the contest. These pictures, along with the previous ones published, will all be judged by a panel of three people sometime in the near future. Once winners are selected, they will be notified and awarded their certificates and prize money, as well as having their pictures taken and printed in the paper. With that, the Tribune/Leader gives you the final photos from the 2019 Day in the Life contest.
Henriette Turner lives in the Weaverville area and sent us three entries. The first, from Longleaf Vineyard towards Asheville and into the Smokey Mountains. Milo, an 8-year-old Terrier Mix and “Now the Tomatoes, Kale, Peppers, and Kohlrabi are planted.” These were taken with her Riccho/Pentax camera.
Kalyn Cogdill of Barnardsville took three entries with a Samsung S7. The first titled “Red Headed Hens,” then “Make A Wish…,” and the other, “My New Day.”
Last but not least was Asheville’s Diane Buckner’s entry taken with her iPhone 7s off Old Leicester Highway of a squirrel facing off with a red-headed woodpecker, which she titled, “What’s up Doc?”
Thanks for all those who sent in photos for the contest.