Spring is right around the corner. Before it arrives though, we take a look back at the winter wonderland of Connestee Falls through the lens of our resident photographers.
The Winter 2016 photo contestants did a great job capturing the spectrum of activity during the “off” season at Connestee Falls. On display are cool outdoor vistas, warm community engagements and an array of wildlife. The winning photos are a testament to a year-round active community.
Here are the five winning entries from the 2016 Winter Photo Contest:
Title: Tiaroga Sunset
Photographer: Charlie Van Hagen
A majestic scene of a deer herd bathed in light on snowy winter day. The nature of Connestee Falls is truly breathtaking.
Title: Maggie and the Snowman
Photographer: Mark Johnson
Good cold fun on a Connestee Falls afternoon, this image shows exactly why winter in Connestee is one of the best times of the year.
Title: After the Storm
Photographer: Dave McClellan Large
After a snow storm swept through, this image perfectly captures how beautiful a little weather can be for Connestee Falls.
Title: Connestee Toy Soldiers
Photographer: Ray Tuers
Connestee Chorale’s Christmas Concert “Parade of the Wooden Soldiers.” Pictured from L: Members Connie Byrne, Elaine Deppe and Celeste Carneal.
White Squirrel Peeking in Our Window
Photographer: Duane Bowker
Fantastic shot of a Brevard famous white squirrel with snow on the branches and blue in the sky.
The Property Owners Association regularly runs resident photo contests and the winning photos are published here on the blog. Each winner also receives a gift certificate to the Overlook Clubhouse.
All the photos of the community on the Connestee Falls website were also taken by residents. Find more spectacular photos there and on the Connestee Flipbook Photo Album.