Thank you so much to everyone who entered the IC21 International Photo Contest! We’re excited to showcase our shared global humanity in this time of isolation. Winning photos will be displayed for local senior citizens at the Legacy Lodge at Jackson Hole. Special congrats to the outstanding photos and photographers below:
Natural Environment Category
Adult Winner: Emmie Gocke, “Taking Flight”
A blue footed boobie taking flight above the famous rock Leon Dormido against a background of moody clouds and lava rock. San Cristóbal, Galápagos Islands, Ecuador.
Adult Honorable Mention: Amanda White, “Peek-A-Boo”
A steenbok takes in the scene at Kruger National Park, South Africa.
Student Winner: Josh Hansen, “Grimace”
A gaping mouth hidden in the depths of Carlsbad Caverns, New Mexico.
Student Honorable Mention: Annika Peacock, “Sunset at Eagle Beach”
Sunset over the Caribbean island Aruba’s popular Eagle Beach.
Adult Winner: Joanie Tidwell, “Selfie Sunset in Bali”
I took this sunset photo is Bali, Indonesia. I look at it all the time because it’s actually a picture of everyone turned away from watching the sunset so they can take a selfie of themselves enjoying the sunset. It helps me to remember to live in the moment.
Adult Honorable Mention: Sloane Gordon, “Classroom Secrets”
A young girl pokes her head out behind her schoolmate to tell the viewer a secret during class in Chiang Mai, Thailand–but she is too busy giggling to get it out.
Student Winner: Josh Hansen, “A Window to the Past”
A ruined pueblo window tells the story of a civilization once thriving in Chaco Culture National Historical Park, New Mexico.
Built Environment Category
Adult Winner: Craig Kirkpatrick, “Metaphor”
A visual representation of how to approach that which is daunting or imposing, taken at Bunratty Castle in County Clare, Ireland.
Adult Honorable Mention: Jeremie Moore, Palacio Sunset
The setting sun paints the Royal Palace of Madrid, Spain.
Student Winner: Tilli Rosetti, “Venice”
A view down a narrow Venetian canal.
Student Honorable Mention: Annika Peacock, “Secrets of Dubrovnik”
Doorway to a storehouse outside of the old downtown of Dubrovnik, Croatia.