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Fall Photo Contest Preview

While the Onward State Staff deliberates on the winner of the Fall photo contest, we thought we’d post the entries. Please let us know in the comments which pictures you like best and why. We have a ton of really strong entries for the competition. The captions underneath each photo are what the photographer wrote in their submission email.

The photos that follow have only been modified in terms of size by Onward State so that the photos fit well on the site. No other editing has been performed. Photos that did not meet the criteria of the contest were not included.

Hit the jump to see the current entries!

Remember: The Photo Contest is still open until 11:59 PM TONIGHT. Click here for contest rules and guidelines.

Photo by Ben Kuznicki.
Photo by Ben Kuznicki. ""Sunny day in happy valley with remains of an unseasonable snowfall."
Photo by Whitney Marquille Re. Sent in by her mother. "My freshman daughter, (WhitneyMarquilleRe@psu.edu), was so excited with the first snowfall this year at University Park Campus.  She took the pic on her cell and passed it on to all her family members in southern PA.  The students were scarce that day… wonder why… J  It’s certainly a beautiful picture capturing the peacefulness and purity of that first snowfall, a taste of what’s to come as the season progresses."
Photo by Whitney Marquille Re. Sent in by her mother. "My freshman daughter, (Whitney Marquille Re), was so excited with the first snowfall this year at University Park Campus. She took the pic on her cell and passed it on to all her family members in southern PA. The students were scarce that day… wonder why… J It’s certainly a beautiful picture capturing the peacefulness and purity of that first snowfall, a taste of what’s to come as the season progresses."
Photo by Mallory Liebhaber. "Nittany Lion Jack-O-Lantern."
Photo by Mallory Liebhaber. "Nittany Lion Jack-O-Lantern."
Photo by Liz Remus. "I took this photo on my iPhone upstairs in Henderson South overlooking the Hub Lawn. I used the app Jot to crop it.  I choose this photo to capture the Penn State spirit because of the gorgeous colors. The grass is still green and inviting and yet the weather is still warm enough to take a nap or throw a ball. The orange and red cherry trees are full of fruit reminding me that we are so lucky here in Happy Valley while still capturing the fall colors."
Photo by Liz Remus. "I took this photo on my iPhone upstairs in Henderson South overlooking the Hub Lawn. I used the app Jot to crop it. I choose this photo to capture the Penn State spirit because of the gorgeous colors. The grass is still green and inviting and yet the weather is still warm enough to take a nap or throw a ball. The orange and red cherry trees are full of fruit reminding me that we are so lucky here in Happy Valley while still capturing the fall colors."
Photo by Jenn Peghar. "Attached is a picture of Beaver Stadium during Football Eve. Kinda marks the beginning of the greatest thing about fall at PSU =)"
Photo by Jenn Peghar. "Attached is a picture of Beaver Stadium during Football Eve. Kinda marks the beginning of the greatest thing about fall at PSU =)"
Photo by Andrea Goodson. "This was taken at about 6AM Saturday, October 17th during the 'Fall Snowstorm '09' before the Minnesota game."
Photo by Andrea Goodson. "This was taken at about 6AM Saturday, October 17th during the 'Fall Snowstorm '09' before the Minnesota game."
Photo by Allison Berger. "Walking home from my 2:15 ENT202 class last Thursday."
Photo by Allison Berger. "Walking home from my 2:15 ENT202 class last Thursday."
Photo by Ali Zein Yousuf. "Taken at the Arboretum with a Canon Powershot G11 on 10/25/09."
Photo by Ali Zein Yousuf. "Taken at the Arboretum with a Canon Powershot G11 on 10/25/09."
Photo by Alex Federman. "I'm not a professional photographer or anything, I just like taking pictures of leaves in the fall."
Photo by Alex Federman. "I'm not a professional photographer or anything, I just like taking pictures of leaves in the fall."
Photo by Stephen Gabauer. "This photo was taken last week near the Schreyer Garden facing towards the HUB.  A female student is reading on the far bench under the tree.  The scenery looks very peaceful to me, and it reminds me of fall."
Photo by Stephen Gabauer. "This photo was taken last week near the Schreyer Garden facing towards the HUB. A female student is reading on the far bench under the tree. The scenery looks very peaceful to me, and it reminds me of fall."
Photo by Kate Dempsey. "OK, here's my pic. Fall at PSU = leaves in every color and studying! Andy Hughes (junior-anthropology) studies near Old Main on Thursday morning, October 22, 2009."
Photo by Kate Dempsey. "OK, here's my pic. Fall at PSU = leaves in every color and studying! Andy Hughes (junior-anthropology) studies near Old Main on Thursday morning, October 22, 2009."
Photo by Brian Bates. "Autumn moonrise over Happy Valley."
Photo by Brian Bates. "Autumn moonrise over Happy Valley."
Photo by Kat Wilcheck. "When you think Penn State, you think squirrels. This guy is preparing for winter, and decided to strike a pose."
Photo by Kat Wilchek. "When you think Penn State, you think squirrels. This guy is preparing for winter, and decided to strike a pose."

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