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Editors' Picks: Thanksgiving Photos

photo.net members' bestNovember 2007


Thanksgiving: a time with family, to give thanks, sharing a festive spread of homemade cooking, pumpkin pie, apple pie, turkey dinner, stuffing and cranberry sauce, hot mulled wine, cornucopias, gourds and squash, crisp air tinged with the musky smell of fallen leaves, Macy's Thanksgiving Day parade, early holiday sales, or perhaps a vacation to a tropical paradise.

The Photo.net editors have collected a few favorite Thanksgiving photos and fall themed pictures that capture the essence of the season. All of these Thanksgiving and fall-themed photos were contributed by our audience. We selected images of beautiful fall foliage, artistic holiday images, families, landscapes, parades, and of course, food. If the picture doesn't seem Thanksgiving or fall-related at first glance, click on it to learn more information from the photographer. Perhaps the photograph was taken on Thanksgiving Day, or perhaps it was selected to encourage everyone to think about what this time of year truly represents. The images below remind us of what it means to celebrate this holiday, give thanks, and experience the fall season. Enjoy these Thanksgiving photos! Please add your favorite Thanksgiving photos in the comments section below.


The photos in this article have been selected by a team of photo.net editors. All photos are copyright the photographer, and may not be used without written permission.

Article created November 2007

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Hannah Thiem , December 05, 2007; 10:46 A.M.

Please add your own favorite Thanksgiving images to this section, whether they are literal or abstract representations of this holiday.

Thanks!

Anders Hingel , December 08, 2007; 06:29 A.M.

Nothing can be more American then to call for images illustrating Thanksgiving Day. This almost four hundred years old tradition is clearly part of American Heritage, but it is indeed very very American. As far as I know only Canada has a similar celebration.

One could have imagined that the selection of photos here would clarify what is at stake. Looking at the selection I fail to understand what is going on. I see the turkey but that's it. Could someone with better knowledge on what you are feasting (apart from a day off from work) put it in words and pictures and mail it here please.

As thanksgiving surely has a religious background I upload this photo.

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