Reno man wins Nevada Magazine photo contest

(Neil Lockhart, Winner of Nevada Magazine Photo Contest)
(Neil Lockhart, Winner of Nevada Magazine Photo Contest)
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Updated: 9/06/2013 4:48 pm
RENO, Nev. (KRNV & -- Neil Lockhart, owner of Neil Lockhart Photography based in Reno, is the Grand Prize winner of Nevada Magazine’s 36th annual Great Nevada Picture Hunt photo contest.

The winning image, titled “Light Glyphs," is an epic nighttime scene of Lagomarsino Canyon. The site is located in the Lousetown area north of Virginia City. 

In addition to the Grand Prize, there were 2nd Place, 3rd Place, and 4th Place winners in the magazine's 2013 photo contest. Carson City resident Jarrod Lopiccolo took 2nd with his "Life Guard Off Duty" photo, taken at Sand Harbor on Lake Tahoe's northeastern shore. The 3rd Place photo, by Wayne Posner of Las Vegas, also landed on the cover of the current issue. Like Lockhart, Posner used a light-painting effect on the "Ghost Rider" sculpture at Rhyolite’s Goldwell Open Air Museum. Rhyolite is a ghost town in southwestern Nevada, not far from Beatty.

Reno resident Michael Lindberg took 4th Place with his photo of Sand Mountain Recreation Area, titled "Star Dust." 

To view the winning images and Honorable Mentions, pick up the September/October 2013 issue at national bookstores and where magazines are sold in Nevada, or visit
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