We received a great response to our first-ever spring photo contest! After serious deliberation, we’ve narrowed it down... Read More »
Our 2011 winter photo contest is now closed! Check back for our finalists and stay tuned for details... Read More »
“My New England” can be as individual as a person’s relationship to the region. It may be a... Read More »
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The waiting is over, and the judges have chosen the winner of Yankee Magazine‘s 2011 Winter Photo Contest.... Read More »
Over the past decade, photographer Sara Gray’s travel assignments have taken her nearly everywhere in New England. She... Read More »
Portsmouth, New Hampshire, has many different identities. There’s Market Square, of course, and buzz of shops and restaurants... Read More »
You have some great work. How do you show it to people and how do you get people... Read More »
The DeCordova Museum and Sculpture Park in Lincoln, Massachusetts, is one of my favorite New England art museums... Read More »
The varieties of flowering trees and bushes found in cities, public gardens, and cemeteries are chosen to provide... Read More »
The folks at Yankee have asked me to blog about photo contests. They asked me to do this... Read More »
I love winter. I follow the storms, arriving in recently-snowed-upon towns before they’re properly plowed, shooting winter villages... Read More »
You took that shiny new camera out of the box and started using it. Maybe you went through... Read More »
Our friends at Yankee have asked me to write a blog entry about how to use a digital... Read More »
I just finished reading an article about outfitting for a winter expedition in my favorite photography magazine, and... Read More »
Peter Miller slows his car to a stop. It’s a cloudless late-morning day in mid-June, and Miller pauses... Read More »
For two weeks last fall, photographer Alison Shaw lived in a tiny shack on Cape Cod as part... Read More »
I consider myself a naturalist, and I’ve found myself on a continuous quest to learn about and to... Read More »
I first saw Quabbin reservation in my early twenties, though at the time I didn’t know its name.... Read More »
Photographer Kindra Clineff spent countless hours and many early mornings last summer traversing the Bold Coast trail in... Read More »
Chris Bennett’s love of photography was sparked from his love for the outdoors. He was raised in rural... Read More »
In the world of black and white landscape photography, Michael Zide has a most selective eye. He possesses... Read More »
Susan Cole Kelly is a published photographer and author. She started her avocation as a New England stock... Read More »
“Weir Was Here—Secret Rooms, Doors and Windows” is the first artistic photographic collection documenting the interiors of the... Read More »
Photo Credit: Richard Schultz Richard Schultz left his Rhode Island home last August, carrying a map of Maine... Read More »
Today, I’m experiencing what I refer to as “Yankee spin.” As a monthly magazine, we can’t turn information... Read More »
When it comes to photographing children and food, Heath suggests: Let your spouse take the shots. “Lisa takes... Read More »
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