This incredible picture was named best in show at a display of professional photography at the High Falls Art Gallery in Rochester. It's called "The Past Tense," and it was taken by someone who's not yet out of high school: Dan Link, a senior at Webster Thomas High School. He's also a sculptor. "it's just easier to represent what I'm trying to think in the 3D form rather than draw it like most people do." he says. Dan's work in clay and photography is prolific, and award-winning. He's won several honors nationally and regionally. That includes gold and silver keys at the Scholastic Art Awards. "I've always been interested in working with clay," he says. "Some of the things I've been doing lately, that I really like, is I take a block of clay, squeeze it, and go with the shape and make a sculpture out of it." Next year, Dan is heading to college to study marine science and photography. His teachers predict something amazing will come of it. "I can almost envision a sculpture garden underwater because those are the two loves of his life," says Sue Toomey, art teacher at Webster Thomas. "And his photo pieces will probably help him afford all the things he wants to do." "I find something new every time," Dan says. "My style keeps growing every time I make new things. Art's definitely a big part of my life, and I'm not going to give that up."