Thursday, November 30, 2023

MENU Photo Contest, July 30, 2022

Select your favorite photo

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

Now, it’s your turn to choose the one photo out of the five below you like the best. You can only vote once per day (once per 24 hours). That means you can come back tomorrow at the same time or later (if the contest is still open) and vote again. The photo that receives the most votes by midnight tomorrow night, July 31st, earns the reader who took it a $50 Amazon gift card.

Spread the word

Make sure you check back every Saturday and Wednesday so you can tell your friends and family to vote! Email or text them the link to this page, and make sure to share it on social media too. If your photo gets the most votes, you win!

Today’s Photos

Vote below for your favorite
Voting deadline: Midnight (Pacific time), July 31.

Photo 9-1

From reader Charles Clay: “Glacier Park, June 2022.”

Photo 9-2

From reader Rick Cunningham: “Sunset at Washington Lake at the Washington Lake Campground. A NFS campground in the Uintah Mountains of Utah at an elevation of about 9,800 ft. There are no services at this campground and it fills up fast. The season is short from the end of June to Labor Day.”

Photo 9-3

From reader Mark Steinway: “A Tucson landscape in April.”

Photo 9-4

From reader Charlie Marken: “In the time it took to snap this picture, 681,750 gallons of water per second fell over Horseshoe Falls. Taken from the Canadian side of Niagara Falls from the Skyline Tower.”

Photos 9-5

From reader Steve Walser: “When it comes to breathtaking views, the Oregon Coast is a target-rich environment. We like to take it in in the early fall when the summer crowds have gone home but the shops haven’t closed for the off-season. This vantage is from Ecola State Park looking onto Cannon Beach.”


Submit a photo and read the official contest rules here.

The next contest will be Wednesday, August 3rd. Check back then to see if your photo has been featured! Sign up to receive an email for our weekday RV Daily Tips newsletter where the link to the contest will appear.

See last Wednesday’s contest here

Emily Woodbury
Emily Woodbury
Emily Woodbury is the editor here at She was lucky enough to grow up alongside two traveling parents, one domestically by RV (yep, Chuck Woodbury) and the other for international adventures, and has been lucky to see a great deal of our world (and counting!). She lives near Seattle with her dog and chickens. When she's not cranking out 365+ newsletters for she's hiking, cooking or, well, probably traveling.



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Charlie (@guest_196055)
1 year ago

wow great group of pictures, give awards to all of them.

Virginia (@guest_196033)
1 year ago

I am not, by any means, a professional photographer but I am a veteran RVer.

My travel scrapbooks tell stories that bring back memories. I could not tell you the technical “settings” for any of them. But I can tell you the emotions that caused me to take them…and the emotions that they evoke. Some are humorous, some sweet and yes — I have way too many landscape-nature photos.

While all of the contest photos are beautiful, they seem “static” (my non-technical word). They don’t speak of the experience or adventure to me. I have seen one camper and NO people in these shots!! While I am sure the folks who took these photos have stories to tell, I don’t feel the story.

I am not demeaning anyone: these are absolutely beautiful and as one reader points out — almost flawless in technique. But I can see those photos in art galleries or the internet or even stock photos.

What I don’t see is the adventure or fun. Isn’t that really what camping is all about?

Tom Hosack (@guest_195913)
1 year ago

#2 Looks like a Terry Redlin print. Very nice!

Chuck Woodbury
1 year ago

Wow! This was tough. All of them are excellent.

Joan (@guest_195803)
1 year ago

As others have said, it was really tough to pick a favorite.

Ellie (@guest_195666)
1 year ago

It has been easy to pick a favorite up until this week. Today I am STUMPED! Thanks for all the beautiful photos, everyone, and RV Travel for a great new part of the newsletter!

Marie Beschen (@guest_195617)
1 year ago

This is getting harder and harder…all of these are great!

MattD (@guest_195613)
1 year ago

Mark Steinway’s composition is dang near perfect…Frame, depth of field and orientation is spot on. Great photo!

Betty Danet (@guest_196065)
1 year ago
Reply to  MattD

I agree. Beautiful.

Christine (@guest_195562)
1 year ago

Wow, what a great group of photos this week! Several were stunning. It was hard to pick just one.

David Jones (@guest_195535)
1 year ago

Travel RV team, I made this comment in the past on an older post commenting on someone else who couldn’t find the poll. No poll appears on my Ipad, but I can see and vote on it with my Windows 10 PC. Thanks for all you do!

Last edited 1 year ago by David Jones
David Jones (@guest_195543)
1 year ago
Reply to  David Jones

RV Travel team, I made this comment in the past on an older post commenting on someone else who couldn’t find the poll. No poll appears on my iPad, but I can see & vote on it with my Win 10 PC. Thanks for all you do!

Barnjai (@guest_195457)
1 year ago

This was very difficult! 1, 2 and 5 are my faves. Hard to choose just one.

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