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Framingham Resident Wins Mass. Audubon Photo Contest

Filed under: Arts / Culture by News Staff at 2:09 pm on December 17, 2014

FRAMINGHAM, MA - Now in its fifth year, Mass Audubon's annual photography contest, Picture This: Your Great Outdoors, has evolved into a "must" for hundreds of photographers eager to express a love of nature through their images. And with more than 2,000 photos submitted since the contest began April 1, judging so many top-quality entries was especially challenging.

But after reviewing each photo, judges chose Arindam Ghosh of Framingham as the 2014 Grand Prize Winner for his picture of a male mallard duck, wings spread and seemingly standing on water.

A 30-year-old software engineer from Framingham, Ghosh got his championship image while observing ducks in the aptly named Waterfowl Pond at Mass Audubon’s Ipswich River Wildlife Sanctuary in Topsfield. He’s been taking pictures as a pastime for five years, but the Mass Audubon contest was the first he has ever entered.

Photographers could enter a total of five images among ...[read more]


Framingham Photo Contests

Filed under: Arts / Culture by News Staff at 11:21 pm on September 16, 2011
Framingham Photo Contests

Enter one of the Framingham Photo Contests going on now!

FRAMINGHAM, MA - There's still time to enter two photo contests that are taking place in Framingham. The photos for one contest must be shot in the greater Saxonville area, and the other requires the photo be taken at the "Garden in the Woods" botanical garden located in the Nobscot area of town.

Saxonville Photo Contest

The Friends of Saxonville and a local realtor are sponsoring a contest for photos taken within the greater Saxonville area. The contest is open to amatuer photographers of all ages and First Prize is $100, Second Prize is ...[read more]


New England Wildflower Society Photo Contest

Filed under: Home & Garden by Randy Harris at 5:24 am on July 1, 2011
Wildflowers book by William Cullina, (New England Wildflower Society)

N.E.W.F.S. Photo Contest - Prize for adult winners will include signed copy of the book ''Wildflowers'' by William Cullina

FRAMINGHAM, MA - Do you enjoy taking photos of plants and flowers in their natural habitat?

The New England Wildflower Society, ("NEWFS"), which operates the "Garden in the Woods" on Hemenway Road is sponsoring a photo contest!

The photograph may be from any season, but the photo must have been shot between April 15, 2011 and October 31, 2011, (October 31st is the deadline for submissions).

Prizes will be awarded for photos in several categories including:

  • single plants
  • groups of plants
  • polinators
  • "scenes" - did you capture a breath-taking scene in the Garden? Submit it! (Note: photos may not have any people in them.)

Eagles Feeding at Sudbury River

Filed under: General Interest by Randy Harris at 9:15 pm on February 1, 2011
PHOTO - American Bald Eagle, Framingham, MA, January 31, 2011

One of a pair of American Bald Eagles photographed on the banks of the Sudbury River in Framingham on January 31, 2011. (Photo courtesy of Wayne Dion, www.dion.com)

FRAMINGHAM, MA - On Sunday, (January 30, 2011), Framingham photographer Wayne Dion spotted an American Bald Eagle near the Sudbury River by Central Street in Saxonville.

Unfortunately, he didn't have enough time to photograph the bird that day.

The following morning, (Monday, 1/31/2010), at 8:00am, Dion was on his way out to an appointment, but took time to look for the eagle.  To his surprise, he spotted not just one, but a pair! He briefly photographed them, then went to his appointment.

While the early bird may get the worm, it's the early photographer that gets the bird!

When he returned about an hour later he spotted the ...[read more]


FHS Photo Exhibit in Nobscot

Filed under: Schools & Education by Randy Harris at 6:01 pm on December 29, 2010
Framingham School Photo Exhibit, January 2011 at Annies Bookstop / Espresso Paulo in Nobscot

The promotional poster for the January 2011 exhibit was created by Danielle Lagman, a junior in the photo program at FHS.

FRAMINGHAM, MA - Students in the Framingham High School "Photo 2" program will have their works on display at Annie's Book Stop / Espresso Paulo, (in the Nobscot Shopping Center, Water St., Framingham), for the month of January 2011.

The juried exhibit of approximately 40 original framed photos are the works of FHS upperclassmen enrolled in Rebecca Cauchon's second year photography program at the high school.

On January 16, 2010, from 2:00PM to 4:00PM a reception for the student photographers will be held, at which time the judges' decisions for juried photos will be announced as well as a "People's Choice" award.

Photos by the following FHS students will be included in the exhibit: Camille Bauer Lostaunau, Natalie Beier, Zach Bloomstein, Corey Bois, Nicole Caponetti, Nayara Da Silva, Alex De Sena, Noelle Deneault, Marcos Do Canto, Sophie Donahue, Johabe Franco, Dan Frazee, Maria Grandoni, Jenna Hurley, Danielle Lagman, Leo Rangel, Rob Rentel, Chris Starr, Mark Welcome, and independent study students Giles Holbrow and Cameron Burke.

The photography courses Rebecca Cauchon has taught at Framingham High Schools for the past 11 years are part of the ...[read more]


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