The Trumbull Conservation Commission would like to thank all of the residents who participated in its 2015 Winter Photo Contest. There were entries from 31-residents in 3-catagories. “We were pleasantly surprised at the response to the Winter Photo contest” said Mary Ellen Lemay, Chairperson of the Conservation Commission. “My colleagues and I believed we had seen it all in Trumbull, but we have to hand it to the photographers. They each have a great eye for the picturesque, which made even getting the submissions down to a short list difficult, and picking clear winners all but impossible.” Ms. Lemay also said since these photographs are so impressive the Commission will be trying to get some of them displayed in Town. The Commission will also be considering future photo contests.
All submissions can be viewed on the Trumbull Conservation Commission’s Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/TrumbullConservation.
The top finishers in each of the three categories were:
Trumbull, a Winter Wonderland – Photos of Trumbull landmarks, landscape, etc…in Winter
1st Place – Across Twin Brooks Park by Lisa Romanchick
2nd Place (tie) – New Snowfall Clinging to Life in a Stream by Anthony Gargano
2nd Place (tie) – Rails-to-Trails in Winter by Derek Sterling
3rd Place – Night Scene at Trumbull House by Bill McMenamy
Trumbullites in Winter – Photos of Residents at work or play
1st Place - Pequonnock River Trail Winter Dog Walker by Derek Sterling
2nd Place - A Boy and his Dog sliding in Snow by Dawn Kubie
3rd Place - Snowblowing at Night by X-Mas Lights by Jennifer Bailey
Trumbull Wildlife in Winter– The birds, mammals or other critters of Trumbull in Winter
1st Place – Old Mine Park Ducks at a Low Angle by Luca Pietrangeli
2nd Place – Male & Female Cardinals at Snow-covered Clock by Nancy Lenoce
3rd Place – Snowy-nosed Golden Retriever by Jennifer Bailey