Eleventh Annual Photo Contest

After reviewing almost 300 images, the judges have spoken. Here are their favorites.

Tenth Annual Photo Contest

After reviewing more than 300 images, the judges have spoken. Here are their favorite photos of the year.

Ninth Annual Photo Contest

After reviewing hundreds of choices, the judges have spoken. Here are their favorite photos of the year.

Eighth Annual Photo Contest

This year’s photographers ranged from Island born and raised to summer residents
and first-time visitors. Subject matter ranged from the familiar to the foreboding. Narrowing down the winners wasn’t easy. But the experts have spoken...

Seventh Annual Photo Contest

The entries came from as far away as California and Canada, and covered everything from Aquinnah to Chappy and the Inkwell. So it wasn't easy to choose the winners. But the experts have spoken....

Sixth Annual Photo Contest

The images showcase the beauty of the Island through the eyes of those who experience it every day, as well as those who may only view the Vineyard during a certain season.

Fifth Annual Photo Contest

For this year’s competition, we received 165 entries from across the United States and as far away as the island of Guernsey in the English Channel. Thanks to everyone who shared such amazing photographs taken on Martha’s Vineyard.

Fourth Annual Photo Contest

Here are the top three winners and seven honorable mentions.

Third Annual Photo Contest

This competition brought in 122 remarkably diverse entries from across North America and as far away as Taiwan.

Our Second Annual Photo Contest

the judges

Our panel of ten judges includes magazine photographers Brian Jolley, Alison Shaw, and Peter Simon; Chris Baer, who teaches art, design, and technology at Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School; David and Sheila Franklin, owners of Vineyard Photo in Edgartown; Chris Morse, owner of the Granary and Field galleries in West Tisbury and North Water Gallery in Edgartown; and magazine staffers Morgan Taylor Lucero, Nicki Miller, Alley Moore, and Nancy Tutko.

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