Georgia Magazine - October 2017 - 42
Georgia 4-H Photography
BY CHELSE BROWN
Each year, young photographers do
project work, submit written portfolios
and compete at the county, district
and state levels in the Georgia 4-H
Photography Project. Senior district
finalists compete at the annual State
4-H Congress in Atlanta in July. This
year's winners were Halima Monds
(First Place), of Cairo; Chloe Patterson
(Second Place), of Jackson; Ariella
Kerrisk (Third Place), of Cumming; and
T.K. McIver (Fourth Place), of Douglas.
Photos by these honorees and other
finalists appear on this page and on our
bonus Snapshot page online.
daughter of Tommy and Jodi
Cowart, of Claxton (Canoochee
3. Ariella Kerrisk took this
1. Gabrielle Harmon took this photo of a
sunset while walking through her neighborhood. She is the daughter of Brent and
Christina Harmon, of Evans.
2. Elizabeth Cowart captured this photo of
her beagle, Becca Baby, who loved photo
shoots. She died in November and is sorely
missed by the Cowart family. Elizabeth is the
4. Chloe Patterson snapped this photo of a
train car parked in a shed at the Tennessee
Central Railway Museum while on vacation
with her family. The museum has almost 100
vintage train cars that railway operators
maintain. Chloe is the daughter of Tommy
and Brenda Patterson, of Jackson (Central
5. Halima Monds took this photo of
Future Snapshot photo themes:
February 2018-"Valentines and sweethearts," due by Oct. 25
March 2018-"Celebrate the Irish," due by Nov. 24
April 2018-"Editor's picks"
Please see submission information for Snapshot on page 6.
photo of her sister, Bethany.
Ariella's goal as an aspiring
photographer is to capture her
subjects' personalities. She
is the daughter of Brian and
Heather Kerrisk, of Cumming (Sawnee EMC).
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her best friend, Katherine Patterson, of
Cairo, whose hair accidentally got stuck
in these branches. Halima is the daughter of John and Kathaleena Monds, of
Cairo (Grady EMC).