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Northern Minnesota native wins global photography award

Cynthia Dickinson won the landscape category for her rainy evening shot of a stream near Ely

 

December 12, 2022

Cynthia Dickinson's rainy-evening photo of a stream near Ely, taken after sunset but before darkness set in, won first place in the landscape category in the 19th annual Julia Margaret Cameron Awards announced in late November.Contributed / Cynthia Dickinson

EDINA, Minn. - As a photographer, Cynthia Dickinson knows full well how sunlight at certain times of day, the golden hours at sunrise and sunset, can make magic.

But Dickinson has also found magic in darkness, or at least very low light.

Dickinson's rainy-evening photo of a stream near Ely, taken after sunset but before darkness set in, won first place in the landscape category in the 19th annual Julia Margaret Cameron Awards announced in late November.

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