To unsubscribe from the list, send email to audubon-news-request@xxxxxxxxxxxxx with 'unsubscribe' in the Subject field. > AUDUBON MAGAZINE HONORED BY AMERICAN PHOTOGRAPHY > > Seven Audubon Photos Chosen from 6,000 Entrants for > '> American Photography > 19> '> > > New York, NY, March 7 - Audubon magazine announced today that seven > photographs originally published in the magazine have been chosen for > publication in American Photography 19. The photographs, by Henry > Horenstein, John Huet, Mark Klett, Raymond Meeks, and Victor Schrager, are > among the best photographic images of 2002, chosen by American Photography > 19> '> s distinguished jury. > > From more than 6,000 images submitted, American Photography> '> s jury > selected only 330 for publication in American Photography 19, representing > the best images from 2002. The book will be available in November 2003. > > "> Audubon is honored to have seven photographs make American Photography 19> > '> s final cut,> "> said Audubon Editor-in-Chief David Seideman. > "> To be > recognized by American Photography is a tribute not only to the work of our > photographers, but also to the efforts of our great design and photo team: > Design Director Kevin Fisher, Photo Editor Kim Hubbard, and Designer Isabel > DeSousa. It is abundantly clear that Audubon is becoming a leader in finding > and displaying great photography.> "> > > Two intimate portraits of marine creatures by Henry Horenstein were chosen > from the photo essay, > "> Water World> "> . John Huet> '> s photograph of a > green frog was shot at the Audubon Camp at Hog Island, Maine, for > "> The > Touch of the Wild> "> . Mark Klett was chosen for his striking photograph of > the Goosenecks of the San Juan River in Utah, featured in the article > "> > This Land Is Your Land - Turning to Nature In A Time of Crisis> "> . Raymond > Meeks> '> haunting image of Wyoming> '> s Powder River Basin, from the > article, > "> Powder Keg> "> was also honored, as were Victor Schrager> '> s > beautiful and unique studies of birds from the photo essay, > "> A Bird in > the Hand> "> . > > Five Audubon photographs were chosen for American Photography 16 in 2000, > three for AP 17 in 2001, and eight for AP 18 in 2002. American Photography> > '> s annuals not only stand on their own as art books, but are also an > exclusive resource used by many top art directors, editors, and designers > when assigning photography. The AP19 Competition honors the work of > photographers in every discipline. > > Called > "> The most beautiful magazine in the world,> "> by the New York > Times, Audubon is currently celebrating 103 years of publication, during > which the magazine has set the mark for outdoor writing, conservation > reporting, and nature photography. > > # # # > > > --------------------------------- > Kristy A. Wright > Media Representative > > National Audubon Society > 700 Broadway > New York, NY 10003 > 212.979.3027 > www.audubon.org > You are subscribed to Audubon-News. To unsubscribe, send email to audubon-news-request@xxxxxxxxxxxxx with 'unsubscribe' in the Subject field. To adjust other settings (vacation, digest, etc.) please visit, http://www.freelists.org/list/audubon-news.