Photo of the Month Contest
We encourage members to submit photos to help each other with coverage and give their best work a bigger audience. Photos submitted with MBR in the byline title are judged in a monthly contest. Each monthly winner receives $150 and their pictures are entered into an annual contest. This month's winners:
Ominous storm clouds dominate the skyline over City Hall in Schenectady, N.Y. Wednesday, May 29, 2013. The National Weather Service has confirmed that a swath of storm damage in eastern New York was caused by a tornado with winds that topped out at 125 mph. (AP Photo/The Daily Gazette, Peter R. Barber)
Law enforcement officers participating in an inter-agency honor guard line up during the annual Police Memorial at St. Joseph Cathedral in Buffalo, N.Y., Monday, May 13, 2013. (AP Photo/The Buffalo News, Derek Gee)
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