Visions of the world as seen through the eyes and camera lens of Fort Bend County 4-H students will be on display at Fort Bend County Libraries’ George Memorial Library through March 15, on the second-floor landing of the library, located at 1001 Golfview in Richmond.

The exhibit includes approximately 40 of the top entries in the 2018-2019 Fort Bend 4-H County Photography Contest for 4-H students in grades Kindergarten-12.

Students were invited to submit entries in 15 different categories, including animals (domestic and wildlife), macro photography, food, landscape and nature, motion/action, people, plants/flora, sports, and travel.

Additional categories focused on photographic elements, such as dominant color, elements of design, and abstract or otherwise enhanced/digitally manipulated. Students were also encouraged to submit photos that captured the spirit of the 4-H program.

The first-place photos in each category from the senior division (grades 9 through 12) will be eligible for entry in the State 4-H Photography Contest in April.

The exhibit is free, and is open to the public during regular library hours.

For more information, call the library system’s Communications Office at 281-633-4734.

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