Wednesday, December 10, 2014

A sneak peak at the photo challenge results

Three months ago, we challenged our members to take a picture (or three) that reflected the theme of "What XLH means to me."

With the help of our guest judge, Laura Hennsser, a photographer and a Curatorial Project Assistant with London's Tate Modern, we've narrowed down the options to three favorites in each of two categories: one for adults and one for children.

Because of the wide range of XLH experiences reflected in the pictures, all of which were valid and compelling, we just couldn't narrow the finalists down any further, so we're declaring all six to be equal winners.

You can see one from each category (adult and child) today at facebook. The adult picture is from Mary Hawley, and captures the idea of having nothing standing in her way, climbing to the top and achieving. The child picture is from Aimee Richardson and depicts being super, successful and strong.

Check back to see the remaining four images next week. Watch for them first in our newsletter and then at facebook.

Before you click on over, though, a quick reminder: if you're doing some end-of-year financial planning, the Network is now able to accept donations of stock. The information for how to make this type of donation is here:

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