Tuesday, October 16, 2012
For nearly a week, Patch readers have been uploading beautiful pictures of fall foliage. We've crowned our winner.
Our inaugural Picture of the Week contest attracted more than 100 photos of gorgeous foliage. But we could only choose one. All photos uploaded before 6 p.m. yesterday were under consideration to be crowned the winner in Patch's Picture of the Week Contest. And the winner is...(OK, not a huge surprise since you saw the photo when you clicked on this article): Maureen Thistle's photograph of the French King Bridge overlooking the Connecticut River in Erving, MA. Congratulations, Maureen, and thank you to all those who participated! Maureen, we'll be emailing you so we can make arrangements to get you your $25 gift card. Return to Patch tomorrow, when you can start uploading pictures for our next photo contest: pumpkins!
Friday, October 12, 2012
There's still time to enter Patch's fall foliage photo contest. Just click on the link and follow the instructions and you could win a $25 gift card.
Wednesday, October 10, 2012
Upload a picture you've taken of fall foliage, and you could win a $25 gift card.
UPDATED, Oct. 16: We have a winner! ORIGINAL STORY: There is arguably no better time to live in New England than when foliage is at its peak. We're just about there: so get out your cameras. In our inaugural Picture of the Week contest, we are inviting readers to upload the best photos they've taken of fall foliage. The contest, which starts today and continues through the year with 12 different topics, allows eligible participants the chance to win a $25 gift card to a local business. We’ll be taking photo submissions each week from 5 a.m. Wednesday until 6 p.m. the following Monday. The winner, chosen by Patch editors, will be announced on Tuesday. Photos of fall foliage must be uploaded by 6 p.m. Eastern Time on Monday, Oct. 15. You may…
Thursday, October 27, 2011
Tis the season for catching some great views of the colors of autumn in town. But where do you get the best shots?
What better way to celebrate the autumn months in Westwood than to see some of the incredible foliage that comes about in the trees around town? Fall foliage is a quintessential characteristic of autumn in New England, and Westwood is loaded with great areas to catch the views. Whether you have a select spot in or around Westwood that you enjoy going to the most, or if you take the family on a road-side tour of the best area, here are some great spots around to catch the ever-changing color of the leaves. Hale Reservation: This one might seem pretty obvious, but regardless, Hale is the prime spot for nature lovers, hikers, or anyone who enjoys a great view of nature. And this time of year, the colors are sublime at Hale. Sen Ki: While …
Monday, October 24, 2011
Have a route you take every year to see the colors? Let us know in the comment section below.
Each week, Westwood Patch highlights editor and reader picks of great local businesses, destinations, services, organizations, ways to spend a day off and more in our feature called Patch Picks. Autumn is in the air, and what better way to celebrate fall in New England than to see some of the incredible foliage that comes about in the trees. Whether you have a select spot in or around Westwood that you enjoy going to the most, or if you take the family on a road-side tour of the best area, we're looking to map out the best spots around to catch the ever-changing color of the leaves. Where is the best place to go to see the colors? We want to hear where you go. Let us know by email or by commenting in the section below. We’ll feature the …