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Energy Dance Company Performs at the O+ Festival

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PHOTO: AMANDA CABANILLAS
  • Photo: Amanda Cabanillas

In November, we reached out to readers via social media looking for creative street photography to feature in the magazine. Thanks to all those who submitted their work. One respondent was Amanda Cabanillas, who took the photo on this page of Energy Dance Company performing at the O+ Festival. Cabanillas, a Kingston resident, is a watershed researcher/conservationist by day and bartender (Tubby's, the Beverly) by night who describes herself as "a fairly quiet, observant, person who once dreamed of being a professional photographer until student loans scared me away." We're happy Cabanillas didn't throw her camera away and that she took the time to share her photos with us. Submit photography for possible inclusion in an upcoming issue: Email your 300-dpi photos to our creative director, David Perry, at dperry@chronogram.com.

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