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Cartier-Bresson Tribute

"DECISIVE MOMENTS" EXHIBITORS AND AWARD WINNERS
(Exhibition will be online at www.WomenInPhotography.org on January 10, 2005)

BEST OF SHOW
Peg Diaz (US), “Spiral”

PROFESSIONAL CATEGORY
FIRST PLACE
Natasha Calzatti (US), “Jump, Trailer Park”

SECOND PLACE
Leslie Rosenthal (US), “Angel, Manaus, Brazil”

THIRD PLACE
Stephanie Flack (US), “The Jetty IV”

HONORABLE MENTIONS
Beverley Abramson (Canada), “Quickstep, Soul to Sole, Montreal”
Beverley Abramson (Canada), “Glimpsed Through the Interstices, Cuba”
Beverley Abramson (Canada), “Sara, Bawdy Language, Toronto”
Linda Ammons (US), “Jump”
Babs Armour (US), “Woman Reading Wall Text”
Dana Rene Bowler (US), “Naval”
Stephanie de Leng (UK), “I See”
Lise Dumont (US), “Bike Ramp”
Susi Eggenberger (US), “Bucket Girl”
Jean Ferro (US), “Let’s Dance”
Stephanie Flack (US), “Votive Offering”
Stephanie Flack (US), “Homeward Bound”
Stephanie Flack (US), “The Sweepers”
Stephanie Flack (US), “Bodhnath Monks”
Stephanie Flack (US), “The Jetty VI”
Gitte Sofie Hansen (Denmark), “Boys”
Scarlet James (UK), “Dog on Beach”
Lodiza LePore (US), “BallBreaker 1”
Wendy Levine (US), “Daddy Won't Beat You Like He Did Me”
Wendy Levine (US), “Outsider”
Dorothy Low (US), “Hip Hop Nation #9”
Dorothy Low (US), “Hip Hop Nation #10”
Dorothy Low (US), “Hip Hop Nation #15”
Lori Needleman (US), “Fly”
Betty Press (US), “Dancing on the Edge of the Earth, Eritrea 1993”
Juanita Richeson (US) “Seacastle Fire”
Leslie Rosenthal (US), “Four Conversations, New York City”
Leslie Rosenthal(US), “Peanut Salesman”
Leslie Rosenthal (US), “Unseen Stranger, Prague, Czech Republic”
Leslie Rosenthal (US), “Lacing Toe Shoes”
Petra Ruzickova (Czech Republic), “Far-Flung Nearby Banks Series”
Issa Sharp (US), “Airport Frolic”
Laura Straus (US), “Aerial 9”
Laura Straus (US), “Carmen”
Melissa Weimer
(US) “Living Room”
Ilona Wellmann (Germany), “Foggy Day”
Janea Wiedmann (US), “Commuters in Grand Central Station”
Elena Zabelin (US), “I Did It! (Playing Croquet)”

AMATEUR CATEGORY
FIRST PLACE
Cathy Greenblat (US/France), “Alone”

SECOND PLACE

Sallie Kravetz (US), “Red Wheels”

THIRD PLACE
Meg Madison (US), “At the Beach”


HONORABLE MENTIONS
Leah Abrahams (US), “Jaime Opens the Door”
Dayle Ann Clavin (Austria), “Vienna Opera”
Dayle Ann Clavin (Austria), “Portuguese Dog”
Donna Connell (US), “Untitled”
Donna Connell (US), “Untitled”
Karen Corrigan (US), “Visitors to the Louvre”
Peg Diaz (US), “Sea Fairies”
Joan Dooley (US), “Cross Section, Rome”
Joan Dooley (US), “After The Kiss, Los Angeles”
Paula Ely (US), “Anglican Primary”
Jo Farrell (US), “Fish Transport”
Jo Farrell (US), “San Francisco de Asis Roof, Cuba”
Marie-Josee Gagne (Canada), “Pepe Meeting”
Marie-Josee Gagne (Canada), “Dame a Contre-Jour”
Stacey Garry (US), “Captain's Duty”
Cathy Greenblat (
US/France), “Edgar and Glenn”
Renee Gross (Australia), “Hanami Nap”
Sharon Lee Hart (US), “Untitled”
Claire Knepper (US), “Giuseppe and Father, Napoli, Italia”
Meg Madison (US), “Morning”
Erica McDonald (US), “Boys Playing”
Linka Odom, (US), “Klimax”
Monica Orozco (US), “Baby Jesus”
Monica Orozco (US), “Andrea’s Room”
Monica Orozco (US), “Dancer Underwater”
Nishat Rizvi (US), “Jo at Her Best”
Bonnie Schupp (US), “Welcome My Daughter”
Bonnie Schupp (US), “Late Night Train”
Ellen Seefeldt (US), “Departures”
Natascha Unkart (Austria), “Streetcar”
Miriam Weinstein (US), “Drink of Ice”

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