FARMINGTON – Exotic backdrops have been captured in grand style by the photography of local residents featured in the exhibit at Franklin Memorial Hospital. On a wall in the hospital’s front lobby, 20 photographs framed in various sizes express the theme “Favorite Vacations.”

The exhibit, titled “A Moment in Time,” represents the work of greater Franklin County recreational photographers. Every few months the exhibit and theme changes – putting on display pictures of children, parents, home and more.

Photo selections now on display were made based on artistic value, quality, diversity and consistency with the stated theme.

They include: The London Eye by Brian Peak; Creativity by Mike Doiron; Dog Judy by Roberta Richardson; On Top of the Continental Divide (Jackson, Wyo.) by Buzz Davis; Santorini by Sue Eastler; No We Didn’t Do It (Moab, Utah) by Terri Pierce.

Also, Sand Turtles by Bryn Doiron; Haystack Rock on the Oregon Coast by Jill Gray; Santorini Ocean View by Sue Eastler; Look, Same Place as Raiders of the Lost Ark (Arches National Park in Utah) by Terri Pierce; Spring Break by Jeffrey Brown; Grossglockner Mountain (Austria) by an unknown Austrian.

Also, Columbia River Gorge Vista (Oregon) by Jill Gray; Biking in the Alps by Jeff Leonards; Urqhart Castle (Lochness, Scotland) by Cheryl Peak; Dylan’s Cliff Island Striper by Scott Weinfield; You Want Me to Eat This? by Gina Hobert; Cooling Off by Gina Hobert; Street Scene in Old Quebec City by Lydia Daigle; Room with a View by Cheryl Peak.

Winning photos can also be seen on the Franklin Community Health Network Web site at http://www.fchn.org/fchn/community/PhotoExhibit/.

Anyone who submitted a photo that was not selected may pick his or her picture up at the hospital’s front desk.

The next exhibit theme, “Home,” has an entry deadline of Sept. 1. Anyone living in Franklin Memorial’s service area is eligible to submit two photographs. Each photograph should be unframed and have a completed entry form attached.

The form is available by calling 779-2555 or it can be printed off the FCHN Web site at www.fchn.org.

Entries should be directed to Community Relations Office, Franklin Memorial Hospital, 111 Franklin Health Commons, Farmington, ME 04938. For more information, contact Jill Gray at 779-2555.


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