"COMMENT TO WIN" A Pair of VIP Tickets To "Behind the Lens" With Douglas Kirkland!

What's your favorite photograph? Was it taken on vacation, or is it perhaps a favorite photo that's been passed down from generation to generation? Upload your favorite photo to the SLICE gallery and add a comment to this blog to share with fellow SLICERS, and you could win a pair of VIP tickets to Behind the Lens with Hollywood Photographer, Douglas Kirkland, hosted by WKMG, Local 6 news anchorwoman, Lauren Rowe!

The event will be held on Saturday, May 22 from 6-9 p.m. ($110 value) and includes an evening of sophisticated dialogue, complimentary food by John Michael's Catering, and open bar featuring Stella Artois! "CLICK HERE" to learn more about the event. And here to learn more about Douglas Kirkland. Winners will be drawn and contacted by Tuesday, May 18, so mark May 22 in your calendar. Start posting!

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Comment by Carmen Johnson on May 18, 2010 at 1:51pm

I present to you my doggie Chewie! Three years ago in our wedding anniversary my husband knock on the front door pretending to be a UPS guy. When I opened the door I didn't see anyone. But then, when I looked down, I saw what happen to be a hairy creature starring right at me. I looked out to the street to see if somebody must have accidentally left this cute puppy on my front door. A few minutes later my husband came out from hiding and said "happy anniversary"! I was so excited that day!
Comment by Mark H. Englert on May 18, 2010 at 9:02am
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Funny how 4 of 6 'favorites' had Disney Hall in the photo. I set this shot up to capture the warmly lit but quickly fading sky on the reflective back side of Disney Hall when this city bus zooooms by unexpectedly. It happened so fast I wasn't scared until a few minutes later!
Comment by Branden Loetz on May 17, 2010 at 10:48pm
The magic of a Holga 120

Comment by Ana Battistozzi on May 17, 2010 at 9:39pm

this is the actual roof top from the De young museum's observation deck (across the street)
Comment by Ana Battistozzi on May 17, 2010 at 9:37pm

This is a a section of the green roof on the Academy of Arts in San Francisco. I just think it's so fascinating that that is actually a roof top.
Comment by Kara Newcomb on May 17, 2010 at 1:39pm
I should mention the castle in the photo is not Neuschwanstein. It is the original castle which the King at the time felt was too small so he had a new one errected.
Comment by Kara Newcomb on May 17, 2010 at 1:37pm

Bigger is sometimes better.
Comment by Kara Newcomb on May 17, 2010 at 1:33pm
Oh good it did. Sounds like it will be a fun event. My picture was taken at Neuschwanstein (looking out) in Germany. It was the castle Disney used to model Cinderella's castle after.
Comment by Kara Newcomb on May 17, 2010 at 1:32pm

I'm hoping this works.
Comment by Monte Martin on May 16, 2010 at 10:03pm

I took this photo in September 2006. It was taken on the antique kitchen table at my grandparent's house. As the last of that season's tomatoes, they are about to go on a white bread sandwich and be slathered in mayonaise. It was a great sandwich, maybe one of the best I have ever eaten. My mom set out two tomato plants earlier that spring in the back porch flower pots for my grandfather. He was suffering from chronic heart failure and though he knew he might not even get to enjoy them, he was so proud when the tiny green tomatoes popped out and when his vines produced fruit before his brother's. See, they always had a contest each year to see who would have the first tomatoes. He so loved them so much. Nothing like home grown tomatoes he would say; so fresh you can taste the sunshine in them! He passed away on my birthday, July 6. In September I went to Nashville to visit my grandmother. I didn't know at the time that it was the last time on their farm as my greedy aunts sold the house and moved Nanny into a tiny condo. But I will never forget how much I enjoyed that tomato sandwich. The last of my grandaddy's homegrown tomatos. Such beauties, and as sweet and juicy as they get. Plus, the meal was even better complimented by an ice cold RC cola and moon pie.


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