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Love & Love Lost Competition Winners Announced



Although Valentine's Day has come and gone, that little thing called love will continue to swoon and break hearts. Thusly, it's not too late to announce the winner's of The Hive Gallery's Love & Love Lost Photo Competition.---

The competition was open to the general public and City Weekly contributor Gavin Sheehan has already covered the stipulations in his A&E More Essentials article. The entries ran the gamut and were, overall, excellent. These winning photos can be seen in person at The Hive Gallery through February.

Third Place goes to 'Dollhouse' (pictured above) by Kate Moir. Mike Phillips takes Second Place with the amusing "Love Lost At Sea." (below)


The Peoples' Choice Award and the Grand Prize goes to 'He's Mine' (below) by Stuart Hackworth, who wins $100 and a prize package.