Saturday, December 10, 2022

MENU Photo Contest, November 19, 2022


Select your favorite photo

These photos and their captions were submitted by 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 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 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!

Today’s Photos

Vote below for your favorite
Voting deadline: Midnight (Pacific time), November 25, 2022.

Photo 31-1

From reader Tom Huling: “Photo taken in Jackson Hole. Everyone has seen the well-photographed barns with the Tetons in the background. However, we could not resist the stand-alone outhouse”

Photo 31-2

From reader Jan Sawyer: “Best first mate. Kayaking on Hebgen Lake, Montana, with our Westie, Tucker.”

Photo 31-3

From reader Barbara Froelich: “Standing on the rim in Monument Valley Navajo Tribal Park before exploring the 17-mile loop road.”

Photo 31-4

From reader Patrick McNeil: “Sunrise on the Teton. Schwabacher Landing.”

Photos 31-5

From reader Bill Langton: “The Colorado River – Marble Canyon, Arizona. Marble Canyon is home to the famous ‘Navajo Bridge,’ constructed across the Colorado River in the late 1920s. It was dedicated in June of 1929. The original bridge was replaced in the 1990s with a new span that is right next to it. Now the old bridge is open to foot traffic and provides spectacular views of the Colorado River, some 465 feet below! This photo was taken in the spring of 2021. If you look close, you can see rafters heading downriver from Lees Ferry, just upstream of the bridge.”

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19 days ago

Unfortunately in photo #5 it is hard to see the bridge when one is standing on it. The newer bridge is behind it.

Leonard Rempel
20 days ago

Photo 3 is great, but hardly any votes? I will be there in late March and can’t wait!

Bob p
20 days ago

Sorry, I can’t see the bridge in 5.

20 days ago

When I saw the first photo I thought…”I don’t remember submitting it”…then I noticed someone else had the same shot. I would have submitted mine with title “Tourist accommodations at the Grand Tetons”