Appalachian Mountain Photography Competition: D L Ennis is In!

February 4, 2009 at 8:00 am 1 comment

It turns out I have a blog buddy with me in the Appalachian Mountain Photography Competition! D L Ennis of Visual Thoughts (I highlighted that blog a couple months ago along with Behind These Eyes in my Brillante Weblog Awards) got his photo, “The Morning After“, selected as a finalist in the Blue Ridge Parkway Vistas category:


The Morning After (Photo by D L Ennis)

Congrats, D L and what a wonderful shot!

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