Check Out Discover Stillwater’s 2015 Photo Contest Winners

Discover Stillwater has announced the winners for its 2015 Summer Photo Contest.

Overall, 312 photos were entered into the contest.

Carol Seefedlt won first place with a shot of the Andiamo below an orange sky. Dave Parker took second place, Troy Schmidt took third place and Sara Jespersen won the 2015 Popular Vote Photo Contest. Honorable Mentions were given to photos by Judd Sather, Troy Schmidt, Tom Wieland, and Kelley Brenner.

The winning photos were chosen by the CVB Board of Directors.

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Carol Seefedlt won first place in Discover Stillwater’s 2015 Photo Contest with this shot of the Andiamo under an orange sky. (Photo by Carol Seefedlt)

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Dave Parker took second place in Discover Stillwater’s 2015 Photo Contest with this shot of a Northern Lights show around the Stillwater Lift Bridge. (Photo by Dave Parker)

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Troy Schmidt took third place in Discover Stillwater’s 2015 Photo Contest with this night scape shot of Leo’s Grill and Malt Shop, Collaborations and the Wedge and Wheel. (Photo by Troy Schmidt)

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Sara Jespersen won the Popular Vote Contest with this photo of her children jumping with joy along the banks of the St. Croix River. (Photo by Sara Jespersen)

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Judd Sather received an honorable mention in Discover Stillwater’s 2015 Photo Contest with this wedding shot at the Gazebo in Lowell Park. (Photo by Judd Sather)

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Kelly Brenner received an honorable mention in Discover Stillwater’s 2015 Photo Contest with this shot of motorcycles lining Highway 95 in front of St. Croix Boat & Packet Co. (Photo by Kelly Brennner)

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Tom Wieland received an honorable mention in Discover Stillwater’s 2015 Photo Contest with this winter shot of downtown Stillwater from the South Hill. (Photo by Tom Wieland)

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Troy Schmidt received an honorable mention in Discover Stillwater’s 2015 Photo Contest with this winter shot of the Washington County Historic Courthouse. (Photo by Troy Schmidt)

 

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