2010
The Adirondack Review Photography Contest
FINALISTS
EGYPT by STEPHANIE MALEY
CORNER SHADOWS by PAUL TAKEUCHI

PIERRE HAUSER lives in New York City, where he is co-president of the Daphne Foundation.  His photos have appeared at pixelsatanexhibition.com and Convozine.com.  His short stories have been published by the Iowa Review, Bomb, Confrontation, New South, Crab Creek Review, and many other journals.

PAUL TAKEUCHI is an internationally exhibited photographer and award-winning writer. He has received numberous arts grants, including from the Robert M. MacNamara Foundation, The Atlantic Center for the Arts, the Ucross Foundation, and the Lower Manhattan Cultutral Council. His photography has appeared in dozens of publications, including The Sciences, Photo Metro, Kyoto Journal, Redivider, and The New York Times. Born in Washington, DC, he now lives with his family in Brooklyn, New York. To see more of his work, go to www.paultakeuchi.com.

A photographer for over 25 years, STEPHANIE MALEY focuses on weddings, graduations, athletic events and travel. She is earning a degree in Commercial Photography at North Georgia Technical College. Her work can be seen at www.lov2shoot.com. Stephanie lives in North Georgia with her husband and sons. This image was taken in Cairo, Egypt, October 2010, with a Canon EOS Rebel XT.

JAMIE BOLLENBACHER is a student at the Columbus College of Art & Design, and is currently in the midst of acquiring her BFA in Still-Based Media Studies. She enjoys classic and creative portraiture, still life/tabletop, and fine arts geared nature photography. She feels that the most intriguing thing to do is to introduce an object to nature that does not belong, or bring a piece of nature out of its environment and introduce it elsewhere.
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WINNER
UNTITLED by PIERRE HAUSER

THROUGH THE LOOKING GLASS by JAMIE BOLLENBACHER