Local student is finalist in Post photo contest

Local student is finalist in Post photo contest

Edited by Chris Graham
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A local student is among 10 finalists in a Washington Post high-school photo contest.

Anwyn Cook’s photo “Reflection in Creek” is among the finalists for the contest open to students in Virginia, Maryland and Washington, D.C.

Cook, 15, is a ninth-grade student at Stuart Hall in Staunton.

You can view the photos and cast your vote for the best here: http://postfun.washingtonpost.com/post/entry/high-school-photo-contest-voting?hpid=talkbox1.

Unlike with “American Idol,” you can only vote once.



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