Posted Feb 21, 2012By mderienzo
The Daily Freeman in Kingston, New York, received more than 400 entries in its annual Pet Photo Contest this year. Save for a handful of entries, all submissions this year were cats and dogs. Many of these animals were rescued.
As in the past, finalists were chosen for originality, spontaneity, beauty and photo quality. After a comprehensive sorting process by intern Celia Seupel, judges picked three entries in each category. The best three positions were tallied from those votes. The Freeman’s Paul Kirby was recruited at the last minute to break tied entries.
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Kicking off a new year of our monthly roundup of the best photographs of beasts and birds (and one frog).[insertSli
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The Daily Freeman in Kingston, New York, received more than 400 entries in its annual Pet Photo Contest this year.
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