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Joanne Hale, who lives north of Hagerstown, says she was in Williamsport this summer testing out her new camera, an Olympus EVolt E-510, when she saw a man and a boy fishing where Conococheague Creek and Potomac River meet. "The little boy just looked tickled to death," Hale said.
David Duffey, of Fairfield, Pa., photographed his grandson Cole Jessop, 7, as he helped harvest tomatoes from Duffey's garden in late July. Duffey said two of Cole's cousins were also in the garden that day. The photo is named "One of Pappy's Helpers."
Scott Nesmith used a Nikon to photograph this bike crash in Wiliamsport from his front porch in June. The athletes were participating in the Tour of Washington County Maryland race.
Kimberly Bryant Ciucci, of Greencastle, Pa., said she took this picture of her son, Zachary, 3, this summer during a family vacation in North Carolina. She said it was his first time flying a kite on his own. "I was so lucky to be able to capture his expression and emotions in this photo," Ciucci writes in an e-mail. "He was so proud to be able to do it himself."
Mario Sindaco, of Hagerstown, said his sons Andersen Sindaco, 10, on the left, and Jackson Sindaco, 7, center, decided on a whim to play in the rain with friend, Nathan Wisherd, in early September. "I try to catch as much of that spontaneous stuff as I can," Sindaco said.
Hobbyist photographer Sam Judge, of Warfordsburg, Pa., used a Nikon SLR to photograph this woman on the Potomac River in Hancock. "She just looked so royal, like she was Cleopatra or someone floating down the Nile," he said. Judge posts many of his photos at www.washingtoncountyliving.com.
Sam Judge, of Warfordsburg, Pa., said he photographed these teenagers in September at the C&O Canal in Hancock. "They are not jumping into the Potomac," Judge said. The teens were leaping into Tonoloway Creek - a less dangerous feat, but still not something Judge recommends.