Work by Keyhole Photo auctioned with Look Up Mobile! 2nd Annual Photographic Landmark Hunt


Cox-Deasy House at night

Jeff and Meggan photographed the Cox-Deasy House at night for the Look Up Mobile! 2nd Annual Photographic Landmark Hunt

Jeff and Meggan Haller were honored to be asked to participate, along with four other local professional photographers, in the Look Up Mobile! 2nd Annual Photographic Landmark Hunt to benefit South Alabama CARES in Mobile, Ala.

Participating photographers were asked to photograph historic or recognizable locations throughout Mobile. Twenty-five of the photographs were chosen for inclusion in the Look Up Mobile! booklet to be used as clues in the landmark hunt contest, as well as sold in a silent auction with the remaining photographs.

The winners will be announced September 24, 2009, at the gala auction.

All proceeds generated through these activities benefit the programs and services of South Alabama CARES. Founded in 1987, South Alabama CARES functions as the regional access point for support services and education in Baldwin, Butler, Choctaw, Clarke, Conecuh, Covington, Escambia, Marengo, Mobile, Monroe, Washington and Wilcox counties. South Alabama CARES is recognized as a vital resource providing help and hope to men, women and children living with HIV/AIDS.

Currently, the Look Up Mobile! 2009 photographs are on display in the Mobile Arts Council’s Skinny Gallery, at 318 Dauphin Street in downtown Mobile. In addition to Keyhole Photo, the photographers this year are Jason Clark, Lesa Jones, Craig Roberts and David Trimmier.


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