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The 2014 "My New England" Photo Contest is Now Closed

The 2014 “My New England” Photo Contest is Now Closed
19 votes, 3.58 avg. rating (71% score)
by in Mar 2013
2013 First Place Winner. Title: Marshall Street.  Caption: The Blackstone Block and Creek Square (visible in center of image) are a remnant of Boston's original settlement, boundaries ad street pattern still intact after 300 years. My images seek a strong sense of place and atmosphere to create a mood that immediately connects with the viewer. Judge's comments: Intriguing composition, with angles and smoke and the classic brick architecture of the city. The mood of the photograph feels somewhat timeless, with blurred figures in foreground, vintage lights on the buildings and the cobblestone street. Almost feels as though it could have been taken in the 1940s, although some elements bring you back to the present day: the truck, the street sign, the windowed high-rise in the background. Feels as though you could step into this scene. timbartlettphoto.com

2013 First Place Winner.
Title: Marshall Street
Caption: The Blackstone Block and Creek Square (visible in center of image) are a remnant of Boston’s original settlement, boundaries ad street pattern still intact after 300 years. My images seek a strong sense of place and atmosphere to create a mood that immediately connects with the viewer. 
Judge’s comments: Intriguing composition, with angles and smoke and the classic brick architecture of the city. The mood of the photograph feels somewhat timeless, with blurred figures in foreground, vintage lights on the buildings and the cobblestone street. Almost feels as though it could have been taken in the 1940s, although some elements bring you back to the present day: the truck, the street sign, the windowed high-rise in the background. Feels as though you could step into this scene.
timbartlettphoto.com

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