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Diamond Bar Through My Lens Photo Contest Winners Announced

More than 270 entries were received this year.

The winners have been announced in the fourth annual Diamond Bar Through My Lens photo contest.

They were recognized during Tuesday night’s Diamond Bar City Council meeting, with certificates distributed and cash prizes courtesy of the Diamond Bar Community Foundation for the top winners.

More than 270 photo entries were received this year, from all age groups and skill levels. The five categories were People, Pets, Places, Nature, and Black and White, and the winners will be featured in the 2012-13 calendar and services guide, out in the end of December, and on the city’s website. Click here to view the photos.

Youth Division:

Esther Chan (People): “Together We Made It”

Jordyn Rowland (Pets): “Mosi, My Cat”

Christopher Rivas (Places): “Long Exposure Traffic”

Kitty Jia (Nature): “Reachin’ for the Light”

Diana Dieu (Black and White): “Deep Thoughts”

Adult Division:

Lien Hoang (People): “Bea, Bubbles Sunset at Sycamore”

Gabriel Perez (Pets): “Fireman’s Best Friend”

Gabriel Perez (Places): “DBHS Fireworks Show”

Rick Betancourt (Nature): “Canyon Sunset”

Tanna Way (Black and White): “Sycamore’s Serenity”

Honorable Mentions:

Cheuck Wong (Adult - People): “Twins Are Having Fun”

Ralph Hodges (Adult - Pets): “Lovable Moments”

Inez Gonzalez (Youth - People): “Spring Flowers”

Raechel Way (Youth - Nature): “Life on the Edge”

Vincent Mack (Adult - Nature): “Purple Grass in the Sunset”

Armando Pedroza (Adult - Black and White): “Splish Splash”

Wei Song (Adult - Nature): “Snack Time”

June Grothe (Adult - Places): “Beautiful View, Wonderful Trail”

Melissa Chang (Adult - Pets): “Water Does Your Body Good”

Barbara Yoder (Adult - Places): “A Piece of Diamond Bar History”

Residents Choice:

Diana Dieu (Youth - Places): “Standing Atop”

Grand Prize Winner:

Lien Hoang (Adult - People): “Bea, Bubbles, Sunset at Sycamore”

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