“First Career TOUCHDOWN” (above) by Angie Brashaw was judged the best photo submitted in the 2016 DIFL Photo Contest. Angie will be awarded the $50 prize for best photo.
Two other photos (below) earned honorable mention. They are “Jumping for the Rams” by Katie Steines and “Team Selfie” by Demacus Fleming.
The contest ended Sunday night, November 20, at midnight. You can find all the entries posted on Facebook in a special photo album for this contest. Just click the button below.
When evaluating the photos, the DIFL Board of Directors took into consideration the following criteria:
- Subject matter
- How well does the photo promote the values of DIFL?
- How well does the photo capture the excitement and experience of DIFL participants?
What if you didn’t win the contest? Don’t worry. You’ll get another chance next year! Hopefully the annual photo contest gets bigger and better every year.
DIFL will use the submitted photos to enhance the official website at TheDIFL.com and DIFL’s social media presence.