Who Helped Show Us the Beauty of the Blue Hills?

Who made the ‘Seasons of the Blue Hills’ poster and contest possible?  We’re thankful to all the Blue Hills admirers who participated by submitting photos and voting for their favorites.  Learn about how you can get a free poster by joining the Friends of the Blue Hills.

We’d also like to thank for the folks at Middlesex Savings Bank for all their support and help in designing and developing the poster.  We’re grateful to contest sponsors: Dedham Savings Bank, REI, LLBean and Blue Hills Bank.

We’re indebted to the artists who contributed their photos to the poster.  (Click on the links below to learn more about photographers)

Amiel Bryan (Brockton) “Fall Foliage Skyline Trail 2008” and “Skyline Trail, Fall 2008”

Richard Chandler (Easton) “The end of a beautiful day”

Stephen Gilligan (Milton) “Solstice Silence”

Kathy Kenney (Brockton) “Blue Hills Gold”

Cynthia Loughlin (Quincy) “Ponkapoag Pond from Bog Boardwalk July 2012”

Kathleen Malone (Norwell) “Struck by Awe at the Summit During the Sunset”

Tiffany Mohamed (Canton) “Father and Son Hiking at Blue Hills Sept 2012”

Carole Saia (Quincy) “Snowshoeing at the Blue Hills January 2012”


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