Each month, we feature a photo from our Images of Edina photo contest. This month, we asked photographer Alison Pence to tell us about her photo titled Urban Tranquility.
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The beauty and stunning candidness is hard to beat in this 2018 Images of Edina award-winning photograph.
This month we asked photographer Melissa Hunzelman to tell us about her 2018 Images of Edina award-winning photo titled Little Fish.
Local photographer Jerold Wilson Selvaraj submitted this lovely photograph taken at Centennial Lakes Park to our 2018 Images of Edina photo contest.
April showers bring May flowers. But this particular storm brought a sky blooming with colorful cloud cover!
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Photographer Lisa Asp shares a bit of local beauty.
There’s more than meets the eye in this 2017 Images of Edina award-winning photograph. It won first place in the plants and animals category as well as being last year’s overall winner. While the photograph showcases beautiful fall colors and breathtaking wildlife, the man behind the camera William “Bill” Webb tells a much larger story of the beauty of life. Webb is well known as a retired band director from Edina High School, where he taught for 24 years.
David Murphy began to take photography seriously during a safari in Africa 20 years ago. This self-taught amateur, who’s completed online coursework through KelbyOne and who regularly reads photography books and magazines, has had several of his photos published. This photograph titled “Wheeee!” was the winner of the Raising Families category in the 2015 Images of Edina photo contest and has also appeared in our 2016 Best of Edina issue.