Connestee Falls Resident Photo Contest Shows Fall to Winter Colors

The Connestee Falls Property Owners Association regularly runs resident photo contests. With the promise of spring returning to the mountains soon, we look back on the scenic autumn and winter beauty that Connestee Falls provides through the lens of our residents. These grand images, taken by Connestee Falls resident photographers, are an eclectic showing of the changing of the guard: the turn from fall to winter. With so many terrific photos submitted once again by our spirited photographers, it was another difficult task to choose the five winners.  Each will receive a certificate to dine at the Overlook Clubhouse.

These photos have all been added to the Photo Album on the website. They join the many other resident photos featured here on the blog and Connestee Falls website.  In fact, all of the photos of the community on the Connestee Falls website were taken by residents.  With so many great people and so much natural beauty it’s easy to see why residents love to show and share their photos.  Find more spectacular photos on the slideshow at the top of the main website. Use the Click here link on any of those photos to learn more about the photographer and the stories behind their photos.

Here are the five winning photographs from the Fall/Winter contest.  Click on any of these photos to view a larger version.  Subscribe to the blog and receive an email notice when the next round of winning photos are published.  Better yet, plan a visit to Connestee Falls and see it all in person.

Connestee Falls Brevard Valley Fog by Joellen Lee

Photo: Mountain Valley Fog
Photographer: Joellen Lee

Connestee Falls Driveway Dawg-Winter Sunset

Photo: Driveway Dawg
Photographer: Laura Winzeler

Connestee Falls Lake Atagahi in Fall by Ed Guttery

Photo: Lake Atagahi in Fall
Photographer: Ed Guttery


Connestee Falls Inagural Carson Creek Trail Hike

Photo: Inaugural Carson Creek Trail Hike
Photographer: Phil Szczepanski 

Connestee Falls Brevard Photo Contest Carson Creek by Greer Gunby

Photo: Carson Creek
Photographer: Greer Gunby

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