Congratulations to Cynthia Groves for winning the People's Choice Award in the People Category of our 2018 International Photography Exhibition. A...

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Congratulations to Cynthia Groves for winning the People's Choice Award in the People Category of our 2018 International Photography Exhibition. A psychology major, Cynthia captured "Reflection" in London, England in August 2018. Her image also won the 2nd Place Award in the People Category. Photographer's description: "I submitted this picture because it made me think deeper of the world around me even though I was the one to take the picture. The original intention was because of the people walking in front of the carousel, it has the feeling of we are in the past; but the reflection pushed me further into thought. This made me think about how we have come so far with our ideals within our time period, how we have changed so much. But really we are a reflection of our own past times, we are stuck in the past. We think we have taken a whole new picture but really we've only taken the same one but in a different angle and called it different. This could pertain to any of area of our lives or culture."

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Congratulations to Cynthia Groves for winning the People's Choice Award in the People Category of our 2018 International Photography Exhibition. A psychology major, Cynthia captured "Reflection" in London, England in August 2018. Her image also won the 2nd Place Award in the People Category. Photographer's description: "I submitted this picture because it made me think deeper of the world around me even though I was the one to take the picture. The original intention was because of the people walking in front of the carousel, it has the feeling of we are in the past; but the reflection pushed me further into thought. This made me think about how we have come so far with our ideals within our time period, how we have changed so much. But really we are a reflection of our own past times, we are stuck in the past. We think we have taken a whole new picture but really we've only taken the same one but in a different angle and called it different. This could pertain to any of area of our lives or culture."

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Published: Thursday, Nov. 15 2018, 3:34pm
Imported: Thursday, Nov. 15 2018, 4:15pm
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