Second Annual Georgetown Photo Competition

Jeff Kouri

The Georgetowner's annual photo competition has returned, bringing some of the year's best images of the neighborhood from over the past year. The photographer who took this year's winning picture is none other than Jeff Kouri.

Kouri, last year's winner, consistently offers a wealth of unforgettable, signature images of Georgetown and the surrounding area, turning our very living memories into photographs. His winning photo, taken on the Potomac with a breathtaking view of the Georgetown University boathouse, offers a glimpse of the Key Bridge that most of us don't often get the opportunity to experience.

Kouri captures the life, history and beauty of Georgetown like few photographers have. From the main drag of M Street to the back alleyways and Canal Towpath, Kouri has his fingers on the pulse of this city.

Please join us for a reception to launch the Georgetowner’s first issue of the year and to announce the winner of the Georgetowner’s 2011 Photo Competition at Farmers and Fishers on January 25, 2011 from 6-8PM
RSVP:photography@georgetowner.com (space is limited)

Farmers & Fishers
3000 K Street NW (fountain level)
Washington DC 20007

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Jan 13, 2011 at 5:08 PM Deneice Mazz

when is next photo competition and how do i get information for submitting photos?

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Jan 14, 2011 at 2:51 PM Aaro Keipi

The winning shot is amazing, and I'm honored that you've posted three of my pictures. Looking forward to next year!

-Aaro
www.aarography.com

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Jan 16, 2011 at 1:26 PM Riley & Rachel Oxley

Jeff Kouri's sister Debbie is our good friend. These protographs are outstanding. Thanks for making them available. Port Saint Lucie, FL

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Jan 18, 2011 at 4:15 PM Gary Sandman

Imagine all the days I sat in my car and cursed the line of traffic waiting to enter Georgetown over the Key bridge, all the while I was sitting on a stairway to heaven.

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