Santa Fe’s Street Stories
Because our transportation network plays a role in our Stories
Looming Shadows of the Original Way to Get Around
BBQ after Biking
Keep Walking - Look Forward
First Place $500.00: Zubin Stillings for “Plaza Shadows”
Second Place $350.00: Weston Keller for “Looming Shadow of the Original Way to get Around”
Third place $250.00: Justina Pecos for “BBQ After Biking”
Fourth Place $100.00: Paula Senes for “Keep Walking – Look Forward”
Dear Santa Fe Youth who participated in this effort,
Thank you. Even if your work did not win, and even when it was disqualified for not precisely following the details and guidelines. All of your photos were beautiful. There was only a single shot that we can’t remember.
Please, keep speaking your truth and telling your stories to every person that you can. You are so valuable, your perspective essential.
-Santa Fe’s MPO
Why the highlight? The word here is supposed to mean the “the participation of an individual in the creation of transportation infrastructure”. Every transportation project, all our infrastructure, begins with an idea inside the head of a person. Thank you then, for sharing your ideas
Winning photographs were selected by SFMPO staff and the three following guest judges. The SFMPO Thanks them for giving their time and trained eye to this effort.
In no particular order, they are:
Urey Lemen who picked up his love for photography as a boy watching his father take family pictures and home movies. An avid outdoorsman Urey is mainly a landscape and wildlife photographer. He is a current and founding member of the Albuquerque Photographers’ Gallery in Albuquerque’s Old Town.
Ken Duckert’s photography started with a Kodak box camera in 1955. Later in 1966, photography helped pay college costs. He loved to travel and had a popular website showing his photos. Ken has served as a leader in the Corrales Art community and taught numerous wildlife photography workshops. He photos have been shown in galleries, shows, public offices and restaurants. He has won numerous awards for his work and now shows his work on a limited basis in Corrales.
Jerry Goffe. Photography has been Jerry Goffe’s professional career for over 40 years. Nature and wildlife photography is Jerry’s passion. He traveled throughout Alaska as well as Costa Rica every year leading photographic tours. He was a volunteer, guide and photographer at Bosque Del Apache National Wildlife Refuge. He was also a volunteer at the Rio Grande Nature Center and was an instructor at CNM. Jerry takes great joy in sharing the beauty and splendor of nature and is often referred to as “The Bird Paparazzo.” His photographs have appeared in Sunset Magazine, Audubon Magazine, Architectural Forum, Sierra Club Magazine, AIA Journal, El Defensor Chieftain, Smithsonian Magazine, Slippery Rock Gazette, Strad Magazine, The Mountain Mail and National Geographic. His images can be seen at the United States Supreme Court and the Library of Congress.