Hutchinson wins honor


Winning photos on dispay in Logan

Hutchinson accepted his award at Tamarack in Beckley, W.Va.. Hutchinson explained the origin of the photograph by saying, “We were doing a promo shoot with Ray Perry and Liam Farley…After we had taken a lot of pics in the old Logan Wholesale Building, we decided to go out and take some pictures behind the White and Browning Building. After we had taken some of them walking back and forth along side the tracks, I actually just looked and caught them walking back toward me. Liam was getting tired and Ray picked him up. I just took the shot and thats what came out of it. I can’t honestly say I set it up. It was one of those candid shots that I love to take.”


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Local photographer and musician Pat Hutchinson recently received the honor of being named a winner of the National Park Service 2015 Hidden History Photo Contest. The photo has been on display along with other heritage-based images that were winners in the contest. In October, the photos were on display in the Coal Heritage Museum in Bramwell, W.Va., and, during November, the photos will be on display at the Hatfield and McCoy Convention and Visitor Bureau on Stratton Street in Logan.


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Local photographer and musician Pat Hutchinson recently received the honor of being named a winner of the National Park Service 2015 Hidden History Photo Contest.

The photo has been on display along with other heritage-based images that were winners in the contest. In October, the photos were on display in the Coal Heritage Museum in Bramwell, W.Va., and, during November, the photos will be on display at the Hatfield and McCoy Convention and Visitor Bureau on Stratton Street in Logan.

Hutchinson accepted his award at Tamarack in Beckley, W.Va.

Hutchinson explained the origin of the photograph by saying, “We were doing a promo shoot with Ray Perry and Liam Farley…After we had taken a lot of pics in the old Logan Wholesale Building, we decided to go out and take some pictures behind the White and Browning Building. After we had taken some of them walking back and forth along side the tracks, I actually just looked and caught them walking back toward me. Liam was getting tired and Ray picked him up. I just took the shot and thats what came out of it. I can’t honestly say I set it up. It was one of those candid shots that I love to take.”

Hutchinson accepted his award at Tamarack in Beckley, W.Va.. Hutchinson explained the origin of the photograph by saying, “We were doing a promo shoot with Ray Perry and Liam Farley…After we had taken a lot of pics in the old Logan Wholesale Building, we decided to go out and take some pictures behind the White and Browning Building. After we had taken some of them walking back and forth along side the tracks, I actually just looked and caught them walking back toward me. Liam was getting tired and Ray picked him up. I just took the shot and thats what came out of it. I can’t honestly say I set it up. It was one of those candid shots that I love to take.”
http://loganbanner.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/web1_HutchinsonAward-CMYK.jpgHutchinson accepted his award at Tamarack in Beckley, W.Va.. Hutchinson explained the origin of the photograph by saying, “We were doing a promo shoot with Ray Perry and Liam Farley…After we had taken a lot of pics in the old Logan Wholesale Building, we decided to go out and take some pictures behind the White and Browning Building. After we had taken some of them walking back and forth along side the tracks, I actually just looked and caught them walking back toward me. Liam was getting tired and Ray picked him up. I just took the shot and thats what came out of it. I can’t honestly say I set it up. It was one of those candid shots that I love to take.” Courtesy Photo

Local photographer and musician Pat Hutchinson recently received the honor of being named a winner of the National Park Service 2015 Hidden History Photo Contest. The photo has been on display along with other heritage-based images that were winners in the contest. In October, the photos were on display in the Coal Heritage Museum in Bramwell, W.Va., and, during November, the photos will be on display at the Hatfield and McCoy Convention and Visitor Bureau on Stratton Street in Logan.
http://loganbanner.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/web1_ray-and-liam-CMYK.jpgLocal photographer and musician Pat Hutchinson recently received the honor of being named a winner of the National Park Service 2015 Hidden History Photo Contest. The photo has been on display along with other heritage-based images that were winners in the contest. In October, the photos were on display in the Coal Heritage Museum in Bramwell, W.Va., and, during November, the photos will be on display at the Hatfield and McCoy Convention and Visitor Bureau on Stratton Street in Logan. Courtesy Photo
Winning photos on dispay in Logan
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