2010-2011 Winter Photo & Video Contest Winners

Enjoy the winning images from the 2010–2011 Winter Photo & Video Contest.

You can click on each of the images below to send as an e-card to family and friends.

Thank you to ALL who share their photos and videos celebrating the winter season!

2010–2011 Grand Prize

"Little Bantam in the Snow" 
Credit: blessed1indeed

We love this unusual shot with the off-white of the chicken against the snow—plus, the striking contrast of the beak and comb.

2010-2011 Runners-Up

"The Snow Bird that Didn't Want to Leave"
Credit: pookee68

Nature created this icicle in the shape of a bird, hanging from a limb!

 

"Snow Buddy"
Credit: cometgold

This made us laugh out loud. Dogs just love snow!

 

"No Biking Today"
Credit: Gyda Marie Haynes

"Footprints in the Snow"
Credit: AMD

This photo is beautifully composed, and reminds us of the famous footprints poster. This is the winter version!

"Snow in Georgia"
Credit: Richard Smith

The texture of this Birchwood tree covered in snow caught our eye. The photo was submitted on our Facebook fan page.

"Marshall Point Lighthouse"
Credit: PhotosByPflanz

We love lighthouses. This black-and-white shot from Maine has a stark, surreal look.

"Snow Horse"
Credit: Al Beacher

What a happy-looking horse!

"Frost Holly"
Credit: iAMYou

VIDEO: "Winter Beauty"
Credit: Kathleen Price Hertkorn

Click here or image to play video. You must have access to Facebook.

VIDEO: "Winter Solstice and Total Lunar Eclipse"
Credit: Elissa Malcohn

Click here or image to play video. You must have access to Facebook.

See ALL of the wonderful winter photo contest submissions.

Please share your winter photos! Go to our Winter Photo Contest page to learn more.

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