Members of the Land O’ Lakes Photography Club claimed a half-dozen awards in the Florida State Fair’s annual contest.
The prize-winning photographers shared their photos with The Laker/Lutz News.
Creative competitions have been part of the fabric of the fair since its beginning in 1904, according to the fair’s website.
“Competitors from every corner of the state have pushed the boundaries of innovation as they battled it out for the blue-ribbon prize in quilting, baking, painting, or other skills. That tradition continues today as our youth and adult artists & crafters, bakers, woodworkers, horticulturalists, needle artists, photographers, and more bring their best work to be judged at the fair,” the website adds.
This year’s fair was held April 22 through May 2 — delayed year because of concerns about the COVID-19 pandemic.
Published May 19, 2021