Honorable Mention / 2020 / Nature / Landscape
Rugged, stark and difficult to survive in, Southern Utah in the United States creates scenes of resiliency and beauty unlike anywhere else.
Carol Lyon, a self taught photographer, has been a fashion model, live theatre owner, teacher, and zookeeper. Carol began her photographic career ten years ago when she evolved from a senior zookeeper to the zoo’s staff photographer. Her naturalistic animal and pet photography has spilled over into fine art photography.
Carol has always had a knack for pulling the simple from the complex, and nothing on earth gives her more pleasure than the privilege of being let in to a creature’s inner circle. It is this clarity and delight that she distills into her photography.
Awards Winner: 15th Worldwide Gala Awards/ Pollux Award in Nature 2020
Winner: 15th Edition Julia Margaret Cameron Award for Women Photographers in Wildlife 2020
3 time Honorable Mentions: PX3 in Nature, Wildlife, and Fine Art 2020
Finalist: World's Top 10 Black & White Photographers - One Eyeland 2019
3 time Nominee: Fine Art Photography Awards in Wildlife/Animals and Photomanipulation 2019
Finalist: 2018 Best of Photography - Photographers Forum Magazine
Bronze Medal: Px3 in Animals & Wildlife 2017
Finalist: Charles Dodgson Black & White Awards in Cityscapes & St. Photography 2017
3 time Nominee: Fine Art Photography Awards in Abstract, Open Theme, and Conceptual 2016
Winner: 8th Annual Julia Margaret Cameron Award for Women Photographers 2015
Merit Award: TerraBella Media International Open Portfolio Contest 2015
Runner Up: 7th Worldwide Gala Awards/ Pollux Award in People, Culture, and Daily Life 2014
1st place: Animals & Wildlife WPGA annual international Pollux Awards 2011