Resident Photos From Western North Carolina’s Best Community
Winter is still underway in Western North Carolina and Connestee residents have been out and about with cameras at-the-ready. The photo submissions were many and all were wonderful for the Winter Resident Photo Contest. However, there were five images of scenery, portraits, and winter critters that stood out as clear winners.
The winners each receive a gift certificate to the Overlook Clubhouse and are featured here on the Reflections Blog and in the community newsletter. Below are the Connestee Falls Winter Photo Contest winners:
Title: Self Portrait On Hiking Trail
Photographer: Charlie Van Hagen
The trails in and around Connestee Falls are among the community’s most popular amenities. Charlie Van Hagen framed himself in the V of a tree for this shot.
Title: Melting Magic
Photographer: Elaine Deppe
Enjoying Winter’s tranquil beauty with these cool melting icicles is a classic winter scene.
Title: White Squirrel
Photographer: Deane Freudenberg
A superb rim-lighting shot of Brevard’s distinguished fluffy fellow.
Title: Carson Creek Falls
Photographer: Marc Goold
Winter waterfall drama on display here by virtue of some amazing photography skills.
Title: Maintenance Snow Plowing
Photographer: Phil Szczepanski
Keeping up with fifty-five miles of snow-covered private roads is no easy task. Thanks to Phil for capturing the moment!
The Property Owners Association regularly runs resident photo contests and the winning photos are published here on the blog. All the photos of the community on the Connestee Falls website are also by residents. Find more spectacular photos there and in the Connestee Flipbook Photo Album.