Kingstonist’s Greatest Photo Contest

Two weeks ago we announced our eighth Greatest Photo Contest, which encouraged local photographers to submit their best pics of Kingston and Kingstonians to our ever-growing Flickr group. Last week, our jury took on the difficult task of narrowing down the submissions to eight finalists. Once again, it’s up to you, our readers, to help us choose the best photo.  As always, Kingstonist appreciates the efforts of all those who’ve joined and continue to upload photos to our Flickr group. Remember, we use the group regularly as a source for photos, so even if your piece wasn’t selected or doesn’t win the top prize, there’s a good chance we’ll find a way to feature it in the not too distant future.

The scaled photos below are all linked to the originals on Flickr. We highly recommend you click through to see them all in high resolution. In no particular order, the finalists are:
Kingstonist's Greatest Photo ContestDowntown Power Cut by  James Silvester (left). Waking Up in Kingston by Casey Telford (right).
Kingstonist's Greatest Photo ContestThe evil on the lake by Pascal Venier (left). Victoria Day by Lito Ochotorena (right).
Kingstonist's Greatest Photo ContestThe Long View by Christopher Howitt (left). Busy Market Square by Jeremy Johnston (right).
Kingstonist's Greatest Photo ContestCannons from the Fort Henry Guard by Jean-Guy Pitre (left). Ghostly road by Sean Hickman (right).

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Voting will be open until midnight on June 30th. The photographer with the most votes will win a $50 gift certificate to Kingston Frameworks or Camera Kingston. The winner will be announced on Tuesday, July 1st.

Harvey Kirkpatrick

Harvey Kirkpatrick is Kingstonist's Co-Founder. His features curiously explore urban planning, what if scenarios, the local food scene and notable Kingstonians. Loves playing tourist and listening to rap music. Learn more about Harvey...

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