Twenty-two winners of the National Corn Growers Association‘s 2016 Fields of Corn Photo Contest have visually communicated the message of hard work and beauty that are the hallmark of our nation’s agriculture.
“For the third year in a row, we opened up this photo contest to the general public, and we are again impressed with the high quality of the results,” said NCGA Graphic Communications Designer Beth Musgrove. “These images will help us tell the story of farming in a meaningful, powerful way and, in fact, they are already featured in some of our publications and on our website.”
Judges looked through more than 300 photographs and chose Morgan winkler of Lyon Station, Pennsylvania as the grand prize winner for her photograph, “Bee’s Wings-A-Fly’n” (pictured right). Along with the grand prize winner, three winners were selected from seven categories. You can view the winning pictures on the Fields of Corn website.