The Wanderer Photo Gallery

Email your photos to support@wanderer.com


cranberry3.jpg
Buzzards Bay Coalition8 viewsSara DaSilva Quintal, Restoration Ecologist with the Buzzards Bay Coalition, led a group of 50 Tri-Town residents and others from across the South Coast on an expedition into protected retired cranberry bogs last Saturday. Photo by Marilou Newell.
cranberry2.jpg
Buzzards Bay Coalition9 viewsSara DaSilva Quintal, Restoration Ecologist with the Buzzards Bay Coalition, led a group of 50 Tri-Town residents and others from across the South Coast on an expedition into protected retired cranberry bogs last Saturday. Photo by Marilou Newell.
cranberry1.jpg
Buzzards Bay Coalition8 viewsSara DaSilva Quintal, Restoration Ecologist with the Buzzards Bay Coalition, led a group of 50 Tri-Town residents and others from across the South Coast on an expedition into protected retired cranberry bogs last Saturday. Photo by Marilou Newell.
BuzBayBogs1.jpg
Buzzards Bay Coalition10 viewsSara DaSilva Quintal, Restoration Ecologist with the Buzzards Bay Coalition, led a group of 50 Tri-Town residents and others from across the South Coast on an expedition into protected retired cranberry bogs last Saturday. Photo by Marilou Newell.
BuzBayBogs-0706.jpg
Buzzards Bay Coalition7 viewsSara DaSilva Quintal, Restoration Ecologist with the Buzzards Bay Coalition, led a group of 50 Tri-Town residents and others from across the South Coast on an expedition into protected retired cranberry bogs last Saturday. Photo by Marilou Newell.
BuzBayBogs-0686.jpg
Buzzards Bay Coalition9 viewsSara DaSilva Quintal, Restoration Ecologist with the Buzzards Bay Coalition, led a group of 50 Tri-Town residents and others from across the South Coast on an expedition into protected retired cranberry bogs last Saturday. Photo by Marilou Newell.
BuzBayBogs-0671.jpg
Buzzards Bay Coalition7 viewsSara DaSilva Quintal, Restoration Ecologist with the Buzzards Bay Coalition, led a group of 50 Tri-Town residents and others from across the South Coast on an expedition into protected retired cranberry bogs last Saturday. Photo by Marilou Newell.
BuzBayBogs-0659.jpg
Buzzards Bay Coalition7 viewsSara DaSilva Quintal, Restoration Ecologist with the Buzzards Bay Coalition, led a group of 50 Tri-Town residents and others from across the South Coast on an expedition into protected retired cranberry bogs last Saturday. Photo by Marilou Newell.
BuzBayBogs-0658.jpg
Buzzards Bay Coalition6 viewsSara DaSilva Quintal, Restoration Ecologist with the Buzzards Bay Coalition, led a group of 50 Tri-Town residents and others from across the South Coast on an expedition into protected retired cranberry bogs last Saturday. Photo by Marilou Newell.
carwash8.jpg
SCC Car Wash7 viewsThe SouthCoast Children’s Chorus – along with parents and patrons – scrubbed for bucks during a car wash at the Mattapoisett Fire Station on Saturday afternoon, raising money for their general fund with a busy performance schedule coming up. “We hold fundraisers to support the work, the growth, and the performances of the Chorus,” Artistic Director Leslie Piper said. “We want every child to be able to sing, so we offer tuition scholarships for those who need them.” Photo by Shawn Badgley.
carwash7.jpg
SCC Car Wash8 viewsThe SouthCoast Children’s Chorus – along with parents and patrons – scrubbed for bucks during a car wash at the Mattapoisett Fire Station on Saturday afternoon, raising money for their general fund with a busy performance schedule coming up. “We hold fundraisers to support the work, the growth, and the performances of the Chorus,” Artistic Director Leslie Piper said. “We want every child to be able to sing, so we offer tuition scholarships for those who need them.” Photo by Shawn Badgley.
carwash6.jpg
SCC Car Wash6 viewsThe SouthCoast Children’s Chorus – along with parents and patrons – scrubbed for bucks during a car wash at the Mattapoisett Fire Station on Saturday afternoon, raising money for their general fund with a busy performance schedule coming up. “We hold fundraisers to support the work, the growth, and the performances of the Chorus,” Artistic Director Leslie Piper said. “We want every child to be able to sing, so we offer tuition scholarships for those who need them.” Photo by Shawn Badgley.
1298 files on 109 page(s) 14