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June 12th, 2017
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The Spring season is always something to look forward to for Rhode Islanders. The last bits of snow finally melt away, the flowers start to bloom, the boats come out of storage, and the PawSox return to McCoy. This year, low temperatures and wet weather put a slight damper on things, but that didn’t stop our agents from capturing some terrific shots for the 2017 RPL Spring Photo Contest.

As always, I would like to thank everyone who made this contest such a success, including all the agents who entered submissions and all of our friends on Facebook who took the time to cast their votes. This year’s Spring Photo Contest was viewed by nearly 6,200 people on Facebook, receiving a total of 327 “Likes.”

The contest was highlighted by a dramatic comeback. Despite falling behind by nearly 20 votes during the early going, our eventual winner stormed back over the weekend to finish with almost 20 more votes than the next closest competitor. As the only entry to receive over 100 votes, I am proud to announce “WaterFire Sunset” taken by Cumberland Sales Associate, Kimberly Horvath as the winner of the 2017 RPL Spring Photo Contest. Kimberly’s photo captured a beautiful sunset reflecting on the water of the Providence River, while showcasing a group of playful ducks in the foreground, as well as the recognizable Providence skyline beyond the river. Also the winner of this year’s RPL Winter Photo Contest, this marks Kimberly’s second consecutive contest win. Congratulations to Kimberly Horvath, who will receive a free property video and website for her winning photo.

See the full contest results below.

 

Winning Photo: WaterFire Sunset – Kimberly Horvath (104 Votes)

Kimberly Horvath - Waterfire - Downtown Providence

 

Second Place: Warren River Double Rainbow – Joyce Hughes (85 Votes)

Joyce Hughes - Warren River Double Rainbow

 

Third Place (Tie): Sakonnet Gardens – Ed Hardie (31 Votes) 

Ed Hardie - Sakonnet Gardens - Little Compton2 copy

 

Third Place (Tie): James Turner Reservoir – Rebecca Rubin (31 Votes)

Rebecca Rubin - James Turner Reservoir - Rumford1

 

Fifth Place: Exeter Country Club – Janice Geddes (26 Votes)

Janice Geddes - Exeter Country Club - Exeter6

March 7th, 2017
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Now in its 10th year of existence, the RPL Photo Contest has always served as the perfect vehicle for capturing the essence of our beautiful state as we enjoy the annual procession of the seasons. The 2017 RPL Winter Photo Contest continued this legacy, as our agents entered a terrific collection of submissions showcasing familiar local destinations covered by a blanket of freshly fallen snow.

As always, I’d like to thank everyone who made this season’s contest such a success, including everyone who entered a submission, each of our six finalists, and most of all, our friends on Facebook who took the time to submit their vote and share the contest with family and friends. With your help, this year’s winter contest was viewed by over 5,000 people, receiving 42 shares and a total of 364 votes.

While all of our finalists deserve praise, two particular photos separated themselves from the pack, each receiving over 115 votes. These two entries kept pace with each other throughout a busy weekend of public voting, but when the dust finally settled and all the votes were tallied, only one would emerge as the winner.

We’re proud to announce that the winner of the 2017 RPL Winter Photo Contest is India Point Sunset by Cumberland Sales Associate Kimberly Horvath. Kimberly’s photo captured snow covered trees and wintery docks set before a radiating pink and orange sunset reflecting off the waters of the Providence Harbor. Congratulations to Kimberly who will receive a free property video and website as her contest prize.

View the full contest results below.

 

Winning Photo: India Point Sunset – Kimberly Horvath (138 Votes)Kimberly Horvath - India Point - Providence

 

Second Place: Salt Pond Dock – Narragansett (115 Votes)Robin Leclerc - Salt Pond - Jamestown1

 

Third Place: Tiverton Boat House – Rich Epstein (40 Votes)Rich Epstein - Boathouse Tiverton

 

Fourth Place: Snowy Greenwich Cove – Michelle Snoeren (31 Votes)Michelle Snoeren - Greenwich Cove - East Greenwich2

 

Fifth Place: Winter Wonderland at Goddard Park – Therese Vezeridis (24 Votes)Therese Vezeridis - Goddard Park - East Greenwich1JPG

 

Sixth Place: Frozen Rhode Island Yacht Club – Katie Flynn (16 Votes)Katie Flynn - Sunrise over the RI Yacht Club - Barrington-not-blue

December 6th, 2016
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Now that the votes are in and the totals have been tallied, we’re proud to announce the results of the 2016 RPL Fall Photo Contest. Before we do, I’d like to thank everyone who made this season’s contest such a success, including each of our finalists, everyone who entered a submission, and of course all of our friends on Facebook who took the time to submit a vote and share the contest with those they know. With your help, this year’s fall contest reached over 8,000 people on Facebook, receiving 50 shares and a total of 246 votes.

Our photo contests have become increasingly competitive, and this fall season’s was no different. Each of our finalists received at least 30 votes, while a total of just six votes separated our top two entries. Ultimately, after a busy weekend of votes, one photo emerged as the clear champion.

We’re proud to announce that the winner of the 2016 RPL Fall Photo Contest is Providence River Sunset by Cumberland Sales Associate Michael Plante. Michael’s colorful shot captured the vibrant reds, yellows, and blues of a perfect fall sunset reflecting off the waters of the Providence River. After jumping out to an early lead, Michael’s photo withstood a late weekend push from the other competitors to capture the contest with a total of 73 votes. Congratulations to Michael who will receive a free property video and website as his contest prize.

View the full contest results below.

 

Winning Photo: Providence River Sunset – 73 Votes (Michael Plante)

Michale Plante - Providence River Sunset

 

Second Place: Cranberry Harvest – 67 Votes (Liz Bodell)

Liz Bodell - Cranberry Harvest - Coventry small

 

Third Place: Staples Road Foliage – 44 Votes (Holly Applegate)

Holly Applegate - Staples Road - Cumberland small

 

Fourth Place: Schartner Farms Flowers – 32 Votes (Therese Vezeridis)

Therese Vezeridis - Schartner Farms - Exeter3 small

 

Fifth Place: Greenwich Cove – 30 Votes (Michelle Snoeren)

Michelle Snoeren - Greenwich Cove - East Greenwich2