2011 Loreto Calendar: Second time a charm?

Last year, there was a famous photo of a wagon in front of one of the most famous hotels in Loreto. The photo made it all the way to the finals. Then tragedy struck.

If you recall, Chris Sessions last year submitted the infamous Loreto wagon photo. Unfortunately resolution was two low. This year the resolution is good. Will he make it into this year's calendar? Ah, the suspense!
Loreto Calendar Chris Sessions
If you recall, Chris Sessions last year submitted the infamous Loreto wagon photo. Unfortunately resolution was too low. This year the resolution is good. Will he make it into this year's calendar? Ah, the suspense!

If you are a homeowner in Loreto Bay or Loreto, you know all about perseverance. Well, this quality sure has not escaped our latest contender in the 2011 Loreto Calendar photo contest.

Last year, there was a famous photo of a wagon in front of one of the most famous hotels in Loreto. The photo made it all the way to the finals. Then tragedy struck.

The resolution of the source photo was too low and could not be printed at 300 dpi for a 8 1/2″ x 11″ sized calendar.

Chris did not let this obstacle get in the way of his many admiring fans. Instead, this year he has submitted a photo where he recreates the special moment in time. I checked and the resolution this time around is sufficient.

Will this photo get into the 2011 Loreto Calendar? You’ll have to keep checking to find out!

If you would like to submit a photo into the 2011 Loreto Calendar photo contest, please email the your photo(s) to loni@starkinsider.com.

This is the third year that the Loreto community has come together to create a calendar whose net proceeds support a local charity in Loreto. This year’s charity will be announced at the end of this week.

Explore. Create. Live. Follow Stark Insider on Twitter and Facebook. Join our 9,000 subscribers who read SI on tablets and smartphones on Google Newsstand. Prefer video? Subscribe to 
Stark Insider on YouTube, the largest arts & travel channel in San Francisco.