Photo honor for young Patterson Park resident

Written by on March 20, 2013 in Featured, Neighborhood News - No comments

Photo by Max Frost

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Max Frost, a junior at Jemicy Upper School who lives near Patterson Park, placed second for photography in the Young Artist Showcase—a Baltimore City and County High School art exhibition. The event was sponsored by the Optimist Club and the Towson Arts Collective.

Max received a framed award and a $50 gift certificate to a photo store.

For his runner-up photo on the right, Max climbed a tree to capture a unique perspective on his friend in costume. Max loved the color and texture of the leaves in contrast to the pink of the bunny ears.

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