The 2016 Pahl’s Market “Something for Every Season” calendars contain over $300 worth of money savings coupons and make great stocking stuffers for your favorite gardener! Purchase your calendar at the market any time after November 16th and start saving as early as December 2015! Thanks to everyone for their participation, with all the great submissions it was difficult to choose the winners!
Missed out on submitting your photo this year? We are already planning the 2017 calendar and will begin accepting photos as early as January 1, 2016!
2016 “Something for Every Season” Calendar Photo Contest Winners
January 2016 Photo Title: Winter is Beautiful
Submitted by: Rusty Fifield In the right place at the right time in Washington County.
February 2016 Photo Title: A Gentle Snow
Submitted by: Roslynn Long Everything seems a little more magical when the snow is gently falling. Taken at Wood Lake Nature Center in Richfield.
March 2016 Photo Title: Who Me?
Submitted by: Deb Chryssanthis Spring 2015 in Vermillion Minnesota
April 2016 Photo Title: Yellow Tulips
Submitted by: Lynell Ackerman This was taken at the Minnesota Arboretum in 2015.
May 2016 Photo Title: I “Heart” Spring
Submitted by: Linda Jensen Bleeding Hearts are one of the first signs of Spring.
COVER PHOTO – GRAND PRIZE WINNER
June 2016 Photo Title: Loon Love!
Submitted by: Sue Frei Love Love Loons! This was taken up on the Iron Range in northern Minnesota.
July 2016 Photo Title: Butterflys
Submitted by: William Hansen Taken at the Butterfly Garden at the MN Zoo.
August 2016 Photo Title: July Sunset
Submitted by: Jenny Braun
Location: Hampton, Minnesota Stunning July sunset on the farm!
September 2016 Photo Title: Golden Wonder
Submitted by: Nancy Cohodes I fell upon this gem while walking in Wayzata.
October 2016 Photo Title: Autumn Fishing
Submitted by: Janet Wachter This was taken on Pickerel Lake near the Mississippi River in St. Paul.
November 2016 Photo Title: Cool Morning
Submitted by: Brett Weisser Taken behind my home in Farmington, I looked out the window and saw the deer moving between ponds and I thought it was a beautiful scene.
December 2016 Photo Title: Frozen in the Snow
Submitted by: Anne Feucht Just wanted to highlight the natural, simple beauty of winter we often overlook.