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Vanishing Florida; images from the American Society of Magazine Photographers.

Vanishing Florida

What a dream assignment! As part of the American Society of Magazine Photographers' national "10,000 Eyes" project, members of the Central Florida chapter spent last April 23-29 shooting pictures on the subject their chapterchose as most important to our region: "Vanishing Florida." Nationally, more than 5,000 photographers participated in the contest, which was sponsored by Kodak, Creative Color and ERM-South. National Geographic is now judging winners, and an exhibit will travel the country next year.

In the Central Florida region, more than 50 photographers brought back images of everything from country stores to pristine beaches. We've highlighted some of our favorites on these pages; for a more comprehensive look, visit the Tampa Museum, which will mount a show of the Florida chapter's pictures this summer. (The exhibit is scheduled for July; call the museum at 1-223-8130 for exact dates and times.)

PHOTO : Cast-iron cookware, corn on the cob and conversation to last all afternoon in a classic old general store. Photo by David Lawrence.

PHOTO : What could be more Florida than yard flamingos and a colorful old motel? Photo by David H. Williams.

PHOTO : Man and pelicans await the bounty of a cast net. Photo by Winston Lazier.

PHOTO : Primeval greens glow in a moss-draped oak hammock. Photo by Skip Gandy.

PHOTO : A regular stokes up at Big Joe and Susie Lord's Monroe Station, a restaurant along the Tamiami Trail in the Everglades. Photo by Rodney MacDonald.

PHOTO : A Haines City cowboy brands a calf. Photo by Keith Hall.

PHOTO : Sunset over St. Petersburg's Sea Castle motel. Photo by John Scaglione.

PHOTO : Simple pleasures: a woman, her wash and a breezy spring day in a Florida trailer park. Photo by Chuck Kennedy.

PHOTO : North Florida landscape: sawgrass, cabbage palms and a sky that goes on forever. Photo by Skip Gandy.
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Publication:Sarasota Magazine
Date:Mar 1, 1991
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