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Pretty in Pink by Regina Shinall

Paper Windows Session Seven Winners Named!

October 31, 2012

The seventh session winners of the City of Bristol’s Paper Windows project have been named. This session was titled “Event Bristol”. “Of all the events hosted in downtown during the session the one that drew the most interest from local photographers was when the Bristol sign was turned pink,” said Lisa Beckner, coordinator of the project. “All place winners were from this moment in time. I think the uniqueness of the event drew the photographers in, just like the crowd for the flipping of the switch.” The first place photo was taken by Regina Shinall and titled “Pretty in Pink.” “The shot was so unique, the judges were very impressed with the overall look,” Beckner said.

The second place was taken by Terri Campbell and titled “Pick Pink” featuring the sign in a 3D look.

The photo taking the 3rd place spot was photographed by David Flatt who titled his picture, “First in Line”. This photo shows three women who were going to be the first ones in place to see the sign turn pink. They came out to help celebrate all the good people of Bristol and their fight against Breast Cancer.

Session 8 is now open and titled “Falling for Bristol.” The session runs through November 21. Pictures may be uploaded on the city’s website at: www.bristoltn.org. For questions and more information please pick up a Paper Windows brochure at the City Municipal Building or by going on line to www.bristoltn.org/paperwindows. The rules and titles for future sessions are also featured. Call Lisa Beckner at the Office of Community Relations at 423-764-4171 anytime between the hours of 8AM to 5PM Monday-Friday for more information.