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Photo contest celebrates the best of mountain culture

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The subtle form of a snow bank or the perfect place to set up a hammock.

Dahl Arts Center is squeezing just a little bit of all facets of the great outdoors into one of its galleries for the 13th annual Dahl Mountain Photo Competition & Exhibition.

The exhibit features outdoor and adventure photography from youth, adult amateur and adult professional photographers. Category winners, best in show and curator's choice awards were judged by Steve Babbitt, a regional artist/photography professor; Ray Tysdal, a professional photographer; and Chris Huber, managing editor at the Rapid City Journal. The exhibit and awards are sponsored in part by the Journal. 

The works will be on display in the Inez & Milton Shaver Gallery from March 10 to April 29 and are part of the Dahl Mountain Culture Festival. Here is a look at some of the this year's winners. 

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