Morristown, Morris Township photographers among winners in county contest

'Guardian Angels,' by Mia Mutascio. This photo of the veterans section of Evergreen Cemetery in Morristown won third place in Morris County photo contest.
'Guardian Angels,' by Mia Mutascio. This photo of the veterans section of Evergreen Cemetery in Morristown won third place in Morris County photo contest.
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Congratulations to Edward Aussem of Morristown and Mia Mutascio of Morris Township for finishing second and third, respectively, in the first photo contest sponsored by the Morris County Freeholders.

A panel of judges chose their work from more than 180 entries depicting winter across the county.

“We are blessed to live in such a great place and to have so many talented residents who in our midst,” Freeholder Director Doug Cabana said in a statement. 

Here are Aussem’s and Mutascio’s winning photos:

'Sunrise after Snowfall' by Edward Aussem, second place in Morris County photo contest.
‘Sunrise after Snowfall’ by Edward Aussem, depicting the Morristown train station, won second place in Morris County photo contest.
'Guardian Angels,' by Mia Mutascio. This photo of the veterans section of Evergreen Cemetery in Morristown won third place in Morris County photo contest.
‘Guardian Angels,’ by Mia Mutascio. This photo of the veterans section of Evergreen Cemetery in Morristown won third place in Morris County photo contest.

Winning photos will appear in county publications and promotions. In case you’re wondering, first place went to Meredith Kurland-Ross of Randolph, for her picture of a little red shed on Picatinny Road, across from Villa Walsh Academy in Morris Township:

'Little Red Shed in the Snow' by Meredith Kurland-Ross, winner of the Morris Freeholders' first photo contest.
‘Little Red Shed in the Snow’ by Meredith Kurland-Ross, winner of the Morris Freeholders’ first photo contest.

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