Readers' Choice Voting Open for Focus on Woodbury 2022. It's time to pick your favorites for the 2022 Focus on Woodbury photo contest. Read more about Readers' Choice Voting Open for Focus on Woodbury 2022
Woodbury local Nikki Osho captured her daughter’s gleaming smile on August 3, 2021, as she climbed into the driver’s seat of the Woodbury firetruck. “It was a neighborhood get-together, and all of a sudden, a firetruck just pulled up and my 5-year-old daughter hopped in!” Osho says. She describes that, in moments like these when you’re a mom, you naturally become a photographer. Read more about Duty, Courage and Pride
What stands out in David Augustson’s second place photo winner is the joy and excitement in his son’s smile. Augustson recalls taking the photo of his son, Will, and how delighted the youngster was to successfully ride a two-wheeled bike for the very first time. “He was riding his bike, and I was taking a bunch of photos, but this one stood out because of how happy he was to get on two wheels. It was great,” Augustson says. He captured this special moment outside of the daycare in which his son attended this past July. Read more about Joy Ride
Each month, we feature one of the photos from our 2020 Focus on Woodbury photo contest. This month, we asked hobby photographer Kent Nye to tell us about Spring Storm, which took second place in our Wildlife & Nature category.
“I think the power of photography is memory and emotion,” says Susan Jamison, who received first place for her submission titled Topsy Turvy Summer in the People & Families category for the 2020 Focus on Woodbury photo contest.
“Finding my niche took some time; I wanted to do everything at first. I didn’t decide to narrow until I found what I enjoyed most,” she says. Read more about Trick Shot