Published June 28th, 2017
Photo contest winners capture a rainy look in Lafayette
By Pippa Fisher
The first place winner was Stu Selland's "Boots on the Square."
The Lafayette Public Art Committee unanimously selected the top three photos submitted in its most recent photo contest, with Stu Selland's "Boots on the Square" winning first place.
Fourteen brave Lafayette residents, armed with their cameras, took to the streets of Lafayette on the Spring Equinox, which happened to fall on a very rainy Monday, March 20, to capture a "Day in the Life" of Lafayette.
Contestants who live or work in Lafayette were eligible to submit photos. This contest was the third in a series sponsored by the PAC, whose mission is "to promote the arts for the Lafayette communities with particular emphasis on the highest quality visual arts."
Sharon Tissue's "Mighty Arms of the Grand Tree of Lafayette" took second place with Doug Marshall's "Crossing Mount Diablo" taking third.
The photos are currently on display at the Lafayette Library and Learning Center.
PAC city staff liaison, Juliet Hansen said that the next Day in the Life photo contest would be to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the incorporation of the City of Lafayette.
Second place: Sharon Tissue's "Mighty Arms of the Grand Tree of Lafayette."
Third place: Doug Marshall's "Crossing Mount Diablo."

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