Geoff Reeves Wins Los Alamos Daily Post 1st Quarter Photography Contest

Los Alamos Arts Council Executive Director Chris Montieth presents a $100 check Wednesday to Geoff Reeves, the first quarter winner of the Los Alamos Daily Post Photography Contest. Robert and Ann Wells of Los Alamos established a fund in 2017 at the Los Alamos Arts Council whose purpose is to award a prize of $100 to the photographer who submits the best photo of the quarter published as a Daily Postcard in the Los Alamos Daily Post. ‘We have been impressed by the steady development of the Los Alamos Daily Post as a comprehensive community news source and have especially enjoyed the variety of photos submitted for publication by local citizens. The photo prize hopefully will motivate even more variety of photos and provide recognition for local photographers, which may be of particular benefit to those considering professional careers,’ Robert Wells said at the time. The Wells asked that a panel of three photographers be chosen, one by Robert and Ann, one by the staff of the Los Alamos Daily Post and one by the Los Alamos Arts Council. The photographers are Ken Hanson, T.K. Thompson and Janet McMillan. Local photographers are encouraged to submit photos for consideration to Photo by Jenn Bartram/
This shot of an owl in a birdhouse won 1st place in the Los Alamos Daily Post Photography Contest for the first quarter of 2019. Photo by Geoff Reeves