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The nature of Massachusetts offers endless color, but it’s also perfect for black and white photography, which highlights its textures, patterns, and moods. Take a break with five beautiful black and white photographs from our past Photo Contests.
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. After reviewing more than 2,000 entries, 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.
People now have a quick and easy way to shrink their household carbon footprint. They can support sustainable energy sources for home electricity—and move away from fossil fuels—by signing up for “Make the Switch,” a partnership between Mass Audubon and the nonprofit Massachusetts Energy Consumers Alliance (Mass Energy).
Mass Audubon has a number of regular publications to keep you informed about the nature and wildlife of Massachusetts. Learn More
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