Print

Gunster Employees Moonlight as Photographers, Produce Impressive Pictures

(West Palm Beach, FL) – August 2, 2010 – Gunster employees showed their photographic talent during a firm-wide photo contest. Employees sent in their photos of Florida’s natural and not-so-natural environment and ten photos were chosen by a firm-wide voting process. The following are the winners, in random order.


Jacksonville bridges just before sunrise
Tom Lawlor, Senior Systems Analyst, WPB


Heron watches a sunset over Tarpon Springs, Key Largo, FL
Vicki Lindner-Lopez, Office Manager, MIA


Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse, Jupiter, FL
Kari Barrett, Word Processor, WPB


A Great Blue Heron and an alligator spend the afternoon together in Everglades National Park
David Bates, Shareholder, WPB


Everglades Hammock, Big Cypress Seminole Indian Reservation
Brad Sprayberry, Director of Attorney Recruiting and Professional Development, WPB


Iguana native to the Florida Keys
Vicki Lindner-Lopez, Office Manager, MIA


The first sunrise of 2006 in Davie, FL
Laura Davis, Word Processor, WPB


Chair and Water, Key Largo, FL
Brenda Garcia, Human Resources Assistant/Generalist, WPB


Gold sunset, Old Northwood Historic District, West Palm Beach
Brad Sprayberry, Director of Attorney Recruiting and Professional Development, WPB


A Great White Egret A.R.M. Loxahatchee National Wildlife Refuge in Boynton Beach
David Bates, Shareholder, WPB

Close


Find a Professional

by Name


by Practice/Office