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Winners of the RAW / Globe Magazine contest

Posted by Teresa Hanafin  January 17, 2010 06:00 AM

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You submitted 152 photos for our special "New England Beginnings" contest last month, co-sponsored by the Globe Magazine. And now it's time to announce the winners.
The top four finishers are published in the Jan. 17 issue of the magazine and are printed below. Those four photographers are awarded prizes: The First Place finisher will receive a $100 gift card; Second Place, $50, and Third and Fourth Places, $25 each.

Judge Chin Wang, design director of the magazine, chose another six photos as Honorable Mentions. All 10 winning images are in the gallery linked at the bottom.


FirstFerry600.jpg "First Ferry to the Mainland"
Photo by Monique C. Fischer of Cambridge
Conservator of photographs and works on paper

First ferry of the day leaving Vineyard Haven for Woods Hole, taken in October, 2009. The photographer says: "I like the early morning. It is quiet, and people are just beginning to stir and start their days. I like 'listening' to this awakening."


FenwayPark608.jpg"Getting Fenway Park ready for Opening Day"
Photo by Leo LePage of Milton
Project manager for a financial investment services firm

Taken in March, 2008. The photographer says: "It's a bit cliche, but the baseball season to me (and I'm sure for many others) has always been a sort of barometer that we have endured another New England winter and of finally reaching the beginning of spring, a new season."


36Weeks608.jpg"36 Weeks"
Photo by Anelise Tubinis of Watertown
Mental health counselor

Self-portrait taken at Nahant Beach in July, 2009 when Anelise was 36 weeks pregnant. She says: "I held the camera with one hand and shot down in the sand after I caught a glimpse of my large shadow and thought it would make an interesting and nontraditional 'belly shot' ... Becoming a mother in August was the most life-changing 'beginning' I experienced."


BlueHeron608.jpg"Blue Heron Morning"
Photo by Michael Farley of York, Maine
Payroll administrator for a restaurant chain

A blue heron searches for breakfast on Barrells Millpond in York Harbor. The photographer says: "I thought this was the quintessential New England scene: Sunrise on the coast of Maine, the common sight of the blue heron, and fantastic light. My interest in photography is primarily landscapes and scenics, but I always keep my eyes open for subjects of any kind in great light."

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