We had about a week's notice and I hurriedly worked on a couple of prints that I had taken so that I could be able to participate. Thankfully, the prints came in and the local frame shop I use put in a rush order to have the prints mounted on a foam core. (I owe that man a pound cake or something for working this out for me.)
These are the prints I presented:
I will have these prints available for purchase on my Fine Arts Zenfolio site, and I'll probably make note cards in the spring.
In the end, I didn't sell any of the prints, but I received lots of positive feedback from members and festival attendees that visited our booth. So in the end, I do not feel that my efforts were in vain.
I also decided to use one of the prints for an in-house photography competition. Because I've never entered a competition, I start in the Class B category. Obtaining ribbons grants you points so that you can graduate to Class A competitions. Keeping my fingers crossed for points, but if not, I'm having fun anyways.