Camouflage honorable mention

Second place winner is Philip Canter for his image of a moth on the road which he and his wife spotted on an evening stroll. Perna says, "As my colleague, Ken Lam observed, 'The moth is camouflaged by texture more than by color.' The patterns on the moth bring attention not only to itself but also to the surrounding details of the pavement. A creative photograph allows the viewer to see things in a new way, which Canter has successfully accomplished with both the pavement and the moth."

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