The Susquehanna River has been a backdrop to much of my life in the past year. It was down the street while I explored Wilkes-Barre last summer; it’s along my path as I write about goings-on in Columbia, and it’s a mile away as I live and work in Harrisburg.
So I didn’t have a hard time finding a photo to enter in the Susquehanna Greenway Partnership’s “Treasured Towns and Landscapes” contest for images from the Susquehanna or towns along it. And last week I found out that my photo won second place in the towns category! It’ll be part of a traveling exhibit that starts in Williamsport in May. The exhibit will come to Harrisburg in November and Marietta in December, so if you’re in Central PA you should check it out!
Below is my winning photo, “Good night, bazaar.”