2014-2015 Winter Photo Contest Winners

October 5, 2015
Snowy cardinal

A female cardinal waiting on her turn at the bird feeder on a snowy day

Susan Grove

Congratulations to the 2014–2015 Almanac Winter Photo winners.

This year, both the Almanac editors AND readers voted on their favorite photos.
 

Grand Prize Winners

Frozen Pair

Credit: Dave Seger

“Oh what a magnificent sight, our Llewellin Setter frozen on point of the Chukar Partridge who is frozen in cover on the ground on this beautiful winter day.”


 

Runners-Up Photos

230 Farmall

Credit: Molly Pokrzywka

“This is my father’s 230 Farmall out in the snow.”

The Day After the Storm

Credit: Bonnie Glynn

“Winter at the Beach”

Sunbathing

Credit: Kathy Diamontopoulos

“Snowy owl enjoying the warm rays.”

Serenity in White

Credit: Trudi Sexton

“Frosty winter morning.”

Sunrise Over The Frozen Casco Bay

Credit: Shawn Saindon

“The view from Union Wharf in Portland, Maine. Feb. 11, 2015.”

Enjoy more photos in our Winter Photo Contest gallery here.

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Reader Comments

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Serenity!!

Serenity!!

I think Sunrise over the

I think Sunrise over the frozen Casco Bay is breathtaking and deserves to be the winner.
But all the photos are superb I wish there could be a prize for them all.
Dorothy Chabrol

B) FROZEN PAIR REMINDS ME OF

B) FROZEN PAIR
REMINDS ME OF A POSTER IN THE 60'S-70'S
NATIVE ON A BLACK/WHITE PINTO IN A BIRCH FOREST DURING WINTER---CAMOUFLAGE ---
GOOD JOB EVERY-ONE

F. Snowy Cardinal The detail

F. Snowy Cardinal The detail in the feathers is stunning!

I "Sunbathing" the snowy owl

I "Sunbathing" the snowy owl

I love the snowy owl and the

I love the snowy owl and the female cardinal but all the pictures were beautiful!

I. Sunbathing

I. Sunbathing

G. Serenity in

G. Serenity in White
Beautiful!

B - Frozen pair is my vote

B - Frozen pair is my vote and favorite

G. Serenity in White!!

G. Serenity in White!!

My vote is for B, Frozen

My vote is for B, Frozen Pair! Absolutely love it!

Definitely A

Definitely A

Frozen Pair is my favorite -

Frozen Pair is my favorite - B

I vote for B, Frozen Pair.

I vote for B, Frozen Pair. Absolutely stunning winter scene.

what a moment !! Terrific

what a moment !! Terrific shot.
Vote it as the best life shot.
mohan

My favorite is C. E and J

My favorite is C. E and J are my next favorite, then A.

All of them are amazingly beautiful and inspire different emotions as one gazes at each.

I vote for B - Frozen Pair!

I vote for B - Frozen Pair! Gorgeous presentation of nature and winter.

Letter I, Sunbathing is my

Letter I, Sunbathing is my choice.

I vote for A - the other are

I vote for A - the other are wonderful, but this one has depth

I vote for B - Frozen Pair! I

I vote for B - Frozen Pair! I just love it and It is my absolute favorite!

I vote for A - the other are

I vote for A - the other are wonderful, but this one has depth

B Frozen Pair

B Frozen Pair

The Day After The Storm -

The Day After The Storm - LOVE IT!

G. Serenity in White Is my

G. Serenity in White

Is my most favorite followed by Sunbathing and Snowy Cardinal. But they are all fantastic!

Sunbathing Snowy Owl is my

Sunbathing Snowy Owl is my personal favorite. Love all of them! Esp. Serenity in White, and Farmall Tractor, as close seconds.

230 Farmall

230 Farmall

My favorite is G -Serenity in

My favorite is G -Serenity in White. Reminds me of our little country church in Winter.
Second would be F -Snowy Cardinal, nothing prettier than the birds at the feeders in the midst of a snow storm.

So many talented eyes with a

So many talented eyes with a great sensitivity of nature.
I - Sunbathing is my fav. How beautiful the feathers seem to mimic the ocean waves and it relays a feeling of peace.
F- Snowy Cardinal is my second choice. I love the simple beauty of birds that grace our feeders and land rewarding us with so much in return.

Day after the storm

Day after the storm

I also think they are all

I also think they are all beautiful, but I really love Sunbathing.

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