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  • "A lot goes into finding a really good image and sometimes you have to have a lot of forethought and planning to be in the right place at the right time," Mr. Harnik said. "The waterfall photo was to illustrate a hot summer day and I waited at a water park for hours before a young girl walked into the fountain with her eyes closed and there was the photo for the day."

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  • "This is an incredible honor for me," Mr. Harnik said. "I am a native Washingtonian, and the photos I saw in the morning newspaper when I was kid that really influenced and moved me, well, many of those photographers are still out there shooting. To be recognized by them is really an honor."

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