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Fall Photo Contest Winners

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Yankee Magazine launched its first digital fall photo contest in 2004 and continues the tradition today. View the winning photos that were judged best of the best between 2004 and 2014 and published in the magazine.

2014 Fall Photo Contest Winner:  Fall In The Northeast Kingdom in Brownington, Vermont.

2014 Fall Photo Contest Winner: Fall In The Northeast Kingdom in Brownington, Vermont.

Thomas Mitchell

2013 Fall Photo Contest Winner: Mystic Morning in Cornish, New Hampshire

2013 Fall Photo Contest Winner: Mystic Morning in Cornish, New Hampshire

Karen Strout

Summer Sunset in the Orchard

2012 Fall Photo Contest Winner: Summer Sunset in the Orchard in Londonderry, New Hampshire

Lindsey Ocker

2011 Fall Photo Contest Winner: Owl's Head Overlook

2011 Fall Photo Contest Winner: Owl’s Head Overlook

Kevin Armstrong

2010: Glen Ellis Falls in New Hampshire

2010: Glen Ellis Falls in New Hampshire

Tahir Malik

2009: Barn on Rte. 100 in Vermont

2009: Barn on Rte. 100 in Vermont

Patrick Morrissey

2008: Howard Pond in Hanover, Maine

2008: Howard Pond in Hanover, Maine

John Giblo

2007: Village of Peacham in Vermont

2007: Village of Peacham in Vermont

William Pead

2006: Orchard in Stow, Massachusetts

2006: Orchard in Stow, Massachusetts

Aimee McMaster

2005: Foggy Lane in Greenville, New Hampshire

2005: Foggy Lane in Greenville, New Hampshire

Joan Sullivan

2004: Cemetery Monument in Dover, New Hampshire

2004: Cemetery Monument in Dover, New Hampshire

Jeff Folger

 

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Comments
  • I get very homesick for New England when I see these beautiful pictures. Thank you for posting them. My Maine roots run deep–I’m in Fla now and we have roses blooming in Dec.

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  • Lisette

    Have travelled Vermont from north to South many many times and am in awe every time.Last week came back from a family reunion held in West Dover and coming back stopped in Malboro (Hogback Mountain on route 9 then on 91-89 the view and scenery is absolutely
    breathtaking, I love New England !

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  • I too miss Vermont, every single day! Born and raised here in Florida and spent only six years in Pittsfield, Vermont, aas pastor of a small church. If I could find a way to live out my days up there, it would happen.

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