March 19th, 2019
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Rhode Island winters are not for the faint at heart. But for those who can brave the cold, a fresh sheet of snow can transform our surroundings into a sparkling wonderland.

Luckily, our agents never shy away from a challenge, enduring the elements each year to capture a strong collection of submissions for our Winter Photo Contest. We’d like thank everyone who participated in this year’s contest, including all of the agents who ventured out into the snow to snap the perfect photo, as well as all of our friends on Facebook who took the time to submit their votes.

It’s a joy to review all of the photo entries as they flood in throughout the season, but, inevitably, we’re faced with the tough task of narrowing the field down to a few select finalists. This year we chose a strong group of five finalists before asking our loyal group of followers on Facebook to decide our winner by “Liking” their favorite photo.

After tallying the votes, it is my pleasure to announce that the winner of the 2019 RPL Winter Photo Contest is RPL Barrington Sales Associate, Eddie Rayden with his shot of Muscachuck Beach in Barrington. Eddie’s photo featured a young person playing pond hockey on the frozen waters of Muscachuck Beach, lined by tall grass and set against the backdrop of a colorful sunset. The photo received a total of 55 votes, edging out the competition by just 10 Likes. This was Eddie’s second consecutive RPL Photo Contest victory, earning him a free property video and website package compliments of the RPL Marketing Department. Congratulations Eddie!

See the full contest results below.

 

Winning Photo: Eddie Rayden – Muscachuck Beach – Barrington (55 Votes)

Eddie Rayden - Muscachuck Beach - Barrington

 

Second Place: Rebecca Mayer – Turner Reservoir Swans – East Providence (45 Votes)

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Third Place: Kim Horvath – India Point Sunset – Providence (30 Votes) 

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Fourth Place: Judy Croyle – Snow Bench – Pawtuxet Cove (24 Votes)

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Fifth Place: Sabine Schaefers – Prospect Terrace Park – East Side of Providence (22 Votes)

Sabine Schaefers - Prospect Terrace Park - East Side of Providence

June 19th, 2018
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This year, the spring season got off to an unusually late start. However, the shortened season didn’t prevent our agents from capturing a wide array of beautiful submissions for our photo contest. I’d like to thank all of those agents who took the time out of their schedules, especially during such a busy spring market, to visit some of their favorite Rhode Island locations and capture a shot for our photo contest. I would also like to thank all of our wonderful friends on Facebook who submitted their votes and helped us with the tough task of selecting a winner.

Overall, your participation and engagement helped us reach nearly 5,500 people on Facebook and resulted in over 500 votes. The voting got off to a slow start, but finished with a flurry of activity until one finalist finally pulled away from the pack.

It is my pleasure to announce that the winner of the 2018 RPL Spring Photo Contest is RPL Providence Sales Associate, Barbara Dacey with her photo of the “Boots on the Ground” memorial at Roger Williams Park during Memorial Day Weekend. Barbara’s photo respectfully captured the approximately 7,000 boots adorned with American flags and name placards to honor the brave men and women who were killed in action post 9/11 in the War on Terror. The photo received a total of 188 votes, as well as 25 comments, many remarking on the bittersweet, yet beautiful nature of the image.  Congratulations to Barbara on her winning photo. We’re pleased to award you with the grand prize of a free property video and website package.

See the full contest results below.

 

Winning Photo: Barbara Dacey – Memorial Day at Roger Williams Park – Cranston (188 Votes)

 

Second Place: Stacy Rastelli – Budding Johnson’s Pond – Coventry (136 Votes)

 

Third Place: Anna Clancy – Wicked Tulip Farm – Johnston (118 Votes) 

 

Fourth Place: Kim Horvath – Spring Sunset – Providence (23 Votes)

 

Fifth Place: Rachael Dotson – Blooming Tree Peony – East Side of Providence (19 Votes)


Sixth Place: Claudia Maiorana – Mount Hope Bridge – from Bristol, RI (18 Votes)

December 5th, 2017
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Following several days of voting, I am pleased to announce the final results of the 2017 RPL Fall Photo Contest. Before doing so, I would like to thank everyone who made the contest possible, including all of our agents who entered submissions, our wonderful group of finalists, and everyone who took the time to submit their vote and help us with the difficult task of deciding a winner. This year marked the 10th anniversary of our fall contest. We never could’ve have reached this milestone without the help and participation of each of you.

After receiving a large collection of submissions featuring prominent locations throughout Rhode Island, we managed to narrow the contest down to a group of six finalists. Although the finalists each had their own notable qualities, one particular photo separated itself from the rest of the pack, receiving over twice as many votes as any other.  I am pleased to announce that the winner of the 2017 RPL Fall Photo Contest is “Moffett Mill (circa 1812)” taken by RPL Sales Associate Paula Work. As a recent addition to our Narragansett Office, this was Paula’s first time ever competing in an RPL Photo Contest. She entered several submissions, but her winning photo was quintessential New England, combining the rich history of the region with the essence of the season. As our contest champion, Paula will receive a free website and video package. Congratulations Paula!

See the full contest results below.

 

Winning Photo: Moffett Mill (circa 1812) – Paula Work (93 Votes)

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Second Place: Bowdish Lake – Sara Heathcote (51 Votes)

Sara Heathcote - Bowdish Lake - Glocester

 

Third Place: Roger Williams Park – Rich Epstein (44 Votes) 

Rich Epstein - Roger Williams Park - Cranston

 

Fourth Place: Fall Sunset – Ramiro Encizo (18 Votes)

Ramiro Encizo - Fall Sunset - Cumberland

 

Fifth Place: Tree Swing – Kim Horvath (17 Votes)

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Sixth Place: Slater Mill – Claudia Maiorana (16 Votes)

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