Kent man's work awarded in International Exhibition of Photography at Puyallup Fair

Kent's John May earned honors in the Northwest International Exhibition of Photography at the Puyallup Fair.

May received an honorable mention for his work, Nighttime Male Anna's 1, in the pictorial prints-large color division.

The show is one of the top international photo exhibitions held in the Pacific Northwest, and draws photographers from all continents. The exhibition is recognized by the Photographic Society of America, the largest nonprofit international photography organization in the world. The Photo Salon, located on the second floor of the Pavilion, presented some of the finest photos submitted by international photographers.

Awards were presented to photographers around the world.

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