Photo Of The Week: A 2021 Gallery

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Our feature, Photo of the Week, presents each week, a new picture by a local photographer. We invite local photographers to share their photographs here.   Please include a description/caption and an indication of who is to be credited.

This week we offer a gallery of some of our favorite photos from 2021. We had meant to do a reader survey of favorite photos but put it off until there was insufficient time to follow through. So we (Art and Maura Keene) sifted through the contributions from 2021 and picked out a bakers dozen of our personal favorites. We encourage you to browse beyond this gallery to review all of the contributions that we received during the year – there’s some outstanding stuff there. Just use the search function in the upper left of the page and type in Photo Of The Week. We extend our heartfelt thanks to all of the photographers who shared their work with the Indy this year and encourage them to keep it coming in 2022. The photos that follow are not presented in any particular order.

Egret. This photo was taken at the canal at Turners Falls. Photo: Susan Panlilio
Cold Prayers. N.E. Peace Pagoda. Photo: Shoshona King
Homestead. Photo: Robbin Jaffin
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UMass Forward Garrett Wait scores the winning goal in overtime to lead UMass to a 3-2 win over two time defending national champion Minnesota Duluth in the opening round of the 2021 Frozen Four. Photo: Rich Gagnon, UMass Athletics

Frozen Winter Morning. Photo: Keith Toffling
Amherst fire fighters assist on Hadley barn fire. Photo: AFD Local 1764
Bike Trail Reflection. Photo: Dave Madeloni
Lily with arachnid visitor. Photo: Annique Boomsma

Stop-worthy morning skies #1. Photo: Vira Douangmany Cage
Making Good Use Of Stream Ice Before It’s Gone. Ice Formation II . Photo: John Root
Connecticut River in Hadley. Photo: Jennifer Kramer
UMass Wellness Labyrinth. Photo: Hills3 Studio
The photo essay, In The Shadow Of Tall Buildings by Kitty Axelson-Berry and Cathy Schoen was the most viewed and most commented on Photo of the Week in 2021. Photo: Cathy Schoen

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