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2004 Experimental/ digitally altered Photo Contest Winners 

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1st place experimental/digitally altered:
Glenn Kujansuu, Southfield


2nd place experimental/digitally altered:
Basel Abbasi, Ferndale

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3rd place experimental/digitally altered:
Aaron Lund

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Honorable mention experimental/digtally altered:
John Wright, Sterling Heights

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Honorable mention experimental/digitally altered:
Aaron Michael Lund

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