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RVtravel.com Photo Contest, September 10, 2022

Select your favorite photo

These photos and their captions were submitted by RVtravel.com readers. Every Saturday we post a photo from five different readers. The link where to view photos and vote is in every Saturday and Sunday RVtravel.com newsletter. Sign up here to receive a notification of each newsletter issue if you haven’t done so already.

Click here to see the contest rules and to submit your photo.

How it works

  • Every Saturday we’ll select five photos from the submissions.
  • You and your friends and family can vote once a day for seven days. Make sure you spread the word! The more your friends, family and campground neighbors vote for your photo, the better chance you have of winning. 

Good luck!

Voting ends Friday, September 16th, at midnight Pacific time.

Today’s Photos


Photo 21-1

From reader Nicole Dunn:Lake Irwin, Colorado, in the early morning. Such a great memory: lots of fish, paddling around, and generally enjoying the outdoors.”


Photo 21-2

From reader Robert Thompson:Caught this guy on my fifth wheel awning one morning while in the process of rolling up my awning prior to departing the campground.”


Photo 21-3

From reader Frank Teale: “Crystal mine in Colorado. Up a 6-mile rugged 4-wheel road.”


Photo 21-4

From reader Jim Pullen: “The end of a perfect day.”


Photos 21-5

From reader Mike Howe: “Top of the morning at Apalachicola Bay, on the western panhandle, Florida. This was late March 2022, when Leone and I were headed home to a cold northern state. Wished we would have stayed longer at the campground but, alas, it was all filled up.”


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steve
15 days ago

IMHO I think for a photo contest of this nature, it should be required that you can tell the photo is from an RV or about RV’ing. Even if it’s only the shadow of an awning (for example). These are beautiful photographs but have no reference to RV’ing. Now that would be a photo contest, RELATED to RV’ing. Not just another photo contest. Or better yet have both categories. Perhaps “this week only photo’s with RVs” once a month.

John Koenig
14 days ago
Reply to  steve

I Agree!

Janet
14 days ago
Reply to  steve

I agree.

Trish
15 days ago

My goodness what a hard choice in those photos . They all were so good… tough tough decision.

Spike
15 days ago

While most all of the photos in this semi-weekly contest are quite good, there always seems to be one in each group that just demands I look at it more than once. In this group the mill picture did that for me, but I have to say the frog was also an exceptional picture and highlights the “unusual” things that many times make up our RVing experiences. Kudos to Robert Thompson for a vivid and unique photograph!

While I am sure I have long ago forgotten many beautiful landscapes I’ve seen, I will never forget the Peregrin Falcon sitting on top of my pickup camper ladder one morning. It did not seem to be concerned about me at all moving around close by. That was nearly 40 years ago and the memory is still vivid.

Last edited 15 days ago by Spike
Janet
14 days ago
Reply to  Spike

I loved the frog, too. It’s usually the animals that speak to me the most, but for some reason I was also drawn to the beach at the end of a perfect day because of the perspective from which the picture was taken.

Kaeleen Buckingham
15 days ago

Photo 21-3 is also one of the most photographed mills. You can find pictures of it almost any where.

Bob Palin
15 days ago

It’s supposedly the most photographed place in Colorado.

Tom Hosack
14 days ago

I submitted the same pic for this contest. At first I thought it was my photo. The best part of getting this photo is getting there. The 2nd best part is stopping at Slo Grooving BBQ in Marble on the way out.

Steve H
15 days ago

Photo 21-3 is not a mine, it’s a water-powered mill for a mine. The mined ore was brought down from a mine high above on the mountain, then crushed and separated from the waste rock at the mill.

Drew
15 days ago

Very hard to decide. Except for one I could have voted for any of the four others.

Bob M
15 days ago
Reply to  Drew

Agree most of the photos are nice.

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