Photo No. 3

Think you have a keen eye for art? Prove that your memory is photographic with our “Art of Athletics” summer photo contest.
Test your recall against our photographic memories of notable works of art on display in or around recreation areas or athletics facilities in Chapel Hill, Carrboro, and Orange County. We’ll publish a different photo in each Sunday and Wednesday edition of the Chapel Hill News sports sections from July 19 through Aug. 19. After all 10 photos have appeared, contest entrants need merely try to identify the exact location reflected in each photograph.
The keen-eyed observer who accurately identifies the most locations will win a pair of athletic shoes courtesy of the Fit-losophy professionals at Fleet Feet Sports in Carrboro and Durham. (In case of a ties, winners will be selected in a random drawing.)
Don’t know them all? Don’t worry! Plus, this year, Fleet Feet is offering a $40 gift certificate for second-place and a $20 gift certificate for our third-place winner.
Previous winners aren’t eligible for first place but can still enter for second and third-place prizes.
Above is Photo No. 3 in our 2015 contest. You can see it in color at www.newsobserver.com/
Photo No. 3 Think you have a keen eye for art? Prove that your memory is photographic with our “Art of Athletics” summer photo contest. Test your recall against our photographic memories of notable works of art on display in or around recreation areas or athletics facilities in Chapel Hill, Carrboro, and Orange County. We’ll publish a different photo in each Sunday and Wednesday edition of the Chapel Hill News sports sections from July 19 through Aug. 19. After all 10 photos have appeared, contest entrants need merely try to identify the exact location reflected in each photograph. The keen-eyed observer who accurately identifies the most locations will win a pair of athletic shoes courtesy of the Fit-losophy professionals at Fleet Feet Sports in Carrboro and Durham. (In case of a ties, winners will be selected in a random drawing.) Don’t know them all? Don’t worry! Plus, this year, Fleet Feet is offering a $40 gift certificate for second-place and a $20 gift certificate for our third-place winner. Previous winners aren’t eligible for first place but can still enter for second and third-place prizes. Above is Photo No. 3 in our 2015 contest. You can see it in color at www.newsobserver.com/ Photo by Randy B. Young
Photo No. 3 Think you have a keen eye for art? Prove that your memory is photographic with our “Art of Athletics” summer photo contest. Test your recall against our photographic memories of notable works of art on display in or around recreation areas or athletics facilities in Chapel Hill, Carrboro, and Orange County. We’ll publish a different photo in each Sunday and Wednesday edition of the Chapel Hill News sports sections from July 19 through Aug. 19. After all 10 photos have appeared, contest entrants need merely try to identify the exact location reflected in each photograph. The keen-eyed observer who accurately identifies the most locations will win a pair of athletic shoes courtesy of the Fit-losophy professionals at Fleet Feet Sports in Carrboro and Durham. (In case of a ties, winners will be selected in a random drawing.) Don’t know them all? Don’t worry! Plus, this year, Fleet Feet is offering a $40 gift certificate for second-place and a $20 gift certificate for our third-place winner. Previous winners aren’t eligible for first place but can still enter for second and third-place prizes. Above is Photo No. 3 in our 2015 contest. You can see it in color at www.newsobserver.com/ Photo by Randy B. Young

The Art of Athletics - Photo No. 3

July 27, 2015 11:19 AM

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