Discover the beauty of the Northeast
UPDATE – We have a winner!
Gerri Wilson, a volunteer at Canaan Valley National Wildlife Refuge, won the Northeast Region’s photo contest with her submission “Joe-pye weed beside Blackwater River.” Gerri’s image was selected by Service employees, as well as our Facebook and blog friends, garnering 198 votes. The photo, one of 197 submitted to the contest, will be featured in the lobby of the Northeast Regional Office.
We need your help choosing the most beautiful, inspiring image from the Northeast outdoors! Vote by commenting below.
These photos illustrate the landscapes and the wildlife we get to conserve and protect for the American people.
In celebration of the efforts to protect our outdoors, we are holding the Discover the Beauty of the Northeast photo contest. After receiving hundreds of images, five photo experts narrowed the field down to these seven. The winning image will be proudly displayed on our Facebook and Twitter and in our regional office in Hadley, Mass.
We are asking for your help to choose the winning photograph! You can cast your support for an image in our comments section and even tell us why you think it is the most deserving image.
The voting will take place through March 6 both here in the comments section and on our Facebook page. The winning image will be determined by combining the votes on both platforms.
You’ve seen the images, now tell us below which is your favorite! Scroll down to “Leave a Reply”; click in the comment box and name the photographer and photo of your choice.