Monday, August 13, 2012
No, the main photo on the story is not the winner. Click on the photos to see the winner!
The photos of nature submitted this week rivaled National Geographic. It was impressive how talented Patch readers are at photography. Unfortunately, we can have only one winner. Congratulations go to Greg Frost for his photo #45 of lightening over Lake Sysladobsis. This is part of Patch’s summer Picture of the Week series, where we’re asking you for your best pictures on a certain topic each week. We’ve added a little incentive. The winning submission will get a $75 gift card, plus bragging rights. Next week's category is A Day at the Beach! We’ll be taking photo submissions each week from 9 a.m. Tuesday through noon Friday. Voting will begin at 4 a.m. Saturday and end at 9 a.m. Monday, so make sure to check back over the weekend to vote …
Saturday, August 11, 2012
Winning photographer gets $75 gift certificate in our Picture of the Week contest.
Once again, Patch readers took some wonderful photos! This week's category was Scenes from Nature. Some of the pictures are amazing, and all of the photos are terrific. Thank you, everyone who submitted a photo. All the pictures are numbered in the caption area. Please vote by giving the photo number in the comments below. Voting starts at 4 am Saturday, Aug.11, and will end at 9 a.m. Monday, Aug. 13. So get in your vote. One vote per person, please. The winner will be announced before 12pm on Monday. Braintree editor Joseph Markman and Plymouth editor Casey Meserve, representing the South Shore and regional editor Margaret Bergman, representing the Cape and Martha's Vineyard, have contributed photos to get the ball rolling. These are …
Thursday, August 9, 2012
Add a picture of your favorite nature scene and you could win a $75 gift certificate in our Picture of the Week contest.
Ah, New England and nature. Snow, heat, cold, fog, pelting hail and wind-driven horizontal rain, we have it. We also have hurricanes, tornadoes, Nor'easters, lunar tides, coyotes, deer, ticks, scallops, and sharks! Salt marsh, beach, ocean, woods, meadows, Old Squaws, waterfront farms, cranberry bogs, cranes and osprey! There are so many opportunities to snap a picture of nature. Too many to list here. If you've taken a great picture of a nature scene, share it with Patch and your neighbors. Let us know in the caption: your first and last name, what town you're from, where the photo was snapped, and any other information you think we should know. Photos of nature in from outside New England are OK. Braintree editor Joseph Markman and …
Tuesday, August 9, 2011
Milton resident Brian MacLean submitted the following photos of hummingbirds feeding at his home.
Tuesday, August 9, 2011
Milton resident Brian MacLean recently spotted these hummingbirds in his yard near Houghton's Pond. For more photos of the hummingbirds, visit MacLean's Flickr account.