Starting today (Wednesday, Dec. 2), the Flyway Gallery in DeKorte Park's Environment Center will display the winning photographs and other top entries from the New Jersey Meadowlands Commission’s 2009 Amateur Photo Contest, “The Meadowlands: 40 Years of Progress.”
The exhibition will run through Sunday, Jan. 3.
A stunning photo of an immature Yellow-Crowned Night Heron captured first prize in the NJMC announced today.
The winning photo,
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Ernie Fragetta of
The contest entries on display at the Flyway Gallery capture flora, fauna, sunsets, tranquil waters and more.
The gallery is open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday and 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday and Sunday.
It is one of several free attractions at the Meadowlands Environment Center, which is located in DeKorte Park, a 110-acre oasis with walking trails and water views, all framed by the New York City skyline.