Lacey Richardson’s entry, “Golden Harvest,” emphasizes the beauty that can be found in rural communities. (Special Photo: Lacey Richardson)
BAINBRIDGE, Ga. – Agriculture has always been a part of Lacey Richardson’s life, so capturing those images that mean so much to her is just second nature. “I just enjoy taking pictures of agriculture and the activities on our family farm,” Lacey said. “And I especially enjoy photos that include my two boys on the farm.” Her entry, “Golden Harvest,” emphasizes the beauty that can be found in our rural communities, especially during the harvest season.
Mrs. Richardson of Miller County earned “Best Overall” and $150 for her entry in the 2013 Southwest Georgia Farm Credit photo contest.
“The photos that were submitted this year were spectacular,” said Liz Nogowski, Marketing and Administrative Officer, at Southwest Georgia Farm Credit. “Each year, we are amazed at the quality and creativity, not to mention the simple beauty that surrounds us here in southwest Georgia.”
In addition to having the “Best Overall” photo, Lacey Richardson earned first place in the Kids & Nature category, with a photo she titled, “The Last Bottle.”
Norma Cannon of Early County earned first place in Life on the Farm with her photo named “Flying Solo.”
In the At Home in the Country category, Mike Westmoreland of Lee County took first place with “The Old Homestead.”
And in the Rural Landscapes category, Blair Davis of Grady County took first place with “High Cotton.”
Visit Southwest Georgia Farm Credit on Facebook to see all of the winning photos.