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7:07 A Moment in Humboldt Winners 

“Evening Kickflip in Old Town.” By Rose Lily Levy.

“He Jumped.” By Hannah Larkin. “I really have the most wonderful boyfriend. As I’m trying to think of things to take pictures of for this contest, he jumped into the water at exactly 7:07 just so I could snap the most amazing photo. It was a perfect moment.”

“Evelyn” at her parents’ wedding fiesta in Ferndale. By Lynn McCulloch.



“Hammocks on a Hot Evening” near Dinsmore. By Dottie Simmons.

“McKinleyville Morning, Coffee and an Ocean View.” By Bryan Wilson.

“Glancing Back – Moving Forward” either way is pleasant in Humboldt. Miller Lane, Arcata Bottoms. By Sheryl Sandige.

“Rastafarian Beetle.” By Tiffany L. Goerlich. “We found this bug hurt from a broken leg.”

“Humboldt Wine.” By E. Chris Wisner. “The most important part of dinner preparation.”

“The Dance Scene.” By Zoey Gordon. Dancers Halie Gordon, Sarah Mastroni and Carrie Maschmeier on the vista point at Table Bluff. Carrie Maschmeier notes, “It was very cold and windy on Table Bluff at that time, especially for leotards, so we stayed in my Volkswagen van until 7:02 and then ran over, got in our positions, made some adjustments and snapped the photo. Then we all went back to Arts Alive!”

“Seagulls and The Siren.” By Lisken Rossi. The talented Aimee Montague Taylor with Jack Sewell’s sculpture, “Following Current Events,” both wrapped in Humboldt fog.

“Reading Rack at the Coffee Shack.” By Russ Cole. International periodicals on display at Café Mokka in Arcata.


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