Pick your favorite for fall photo contest

It’s time for another round of voting on our fall photo contest. Help us pick a winner.

We asked you to share your best fall photos with us — and you delivered! We’ve collected some of our favorites into a photo album on our Facebook page and we’re going to let you vote on them. The winners will be published in the print edition of The Herald.

Click here to go vote. The photo with the most likes at the end of voting will be the winner of this round.

And keep checking back. We’ll have more rounds of voting coming up soon.

You can vote on our first round of nominees right here or our second round right here.

See more photos from readers or post your own in our reader galleries.

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