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2005 ARCHIVE

2005 WILDLIFE PHOTO CONTEST
Meet the Judges
We are honored to have such eminently qualified judges for the Wildlife Photo Contest. They donate their time and expertise as a show of support for our educational and conservational values.

Larry Ditto
Harlingen, Texas
Photographer, Biologist
Larry Ditto
Larry Ditto is well known in South Texas as a photographer and wildlife biologist. Larry was the manager of the Santa Ana National Wildlife Refuge in the Rio Grande Valley for many years. His photos have been on the cover of Texas Parks & Wildlife, Birder's World, Wild Bird, and others. Larry teamed with Greg Lasley to win the Valley Land Fund's 2000 Contest and he placed in numerous categories in other VLF contests. Larry's photos are marketed by KAC productions.

Peter Ensenberger
Tempe, Arizona
Director of Photography,
Arizona Highways Magazine
Peter Ensenberger
Peter Ensenberger is responsible for the photography department of Arizon Highways, a 400,000-circulation monthly travel magazine renowned for the quality of its photography. Peter also maintains a freelance photography business. His clients include Miller Brewing Company, General Motors, Coca Cola, and Exxon. He co-founded Through Each Others' Eyes, Inc., a non-profit organization promoting inter-cultural understanding through photography and education.

Jeremy Woodhouse
Dallas, Texas
Photographer
Jeremy Woodhouse
photo: Theo Allofs

Jeremy Woodhouse is an outdoor photographer based in Dallas, Texas but he spends much of each year on the road, photographing landscapes, cityscapes and wildlife. Born in Nigeria, Jeremy grew up in Pakistan and Argentina, and prior to immigrating to the United States in 1991, he lived in South Africa where he developed his passion for wildlife and nature photography. Jeremy had worked as a free-lance graphic designer in the UK, South Africa, and the US before he began living his dream of being a full-time professional photographer. Whether he's photographing a herd of elephants at a waterhole in Botswana, or capturing the last light as it falls on a South American city skyline, Jeremy brings his designer's eye to the composition and creation of all his images.