Landscape Photo Contest

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      • Liz D.

        Ive been trying for a couple days to figure out how to submit a photo, and this site doesnt allow any place to actually enter!

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      • Liz D.

        So I keep trying to find a way to enter and it takes me back here. HELP somebody…please.

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        • Martin

          Probably something you have checked but have you checked the file size is below 9mb. If higher export photo from an editor and lower the jpg quality until you get a file size below 90 mb and then save.

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      • Liz D.

        me too, and I love it also. Im trying to see the entries and also trying to enter one myself, but it keeps taking me back here.

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  1. Debbie Engle

    Landscape photos show our beautiful earth as she was intended to be shown!

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  2. Larry

    Plese for my picture in the nation wide photo contest. Thank You and God Bless Larry Merryfield

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  3. Daniel

    and one day my cousin taught me how to draw and that 2004 to 2015 as studio photographer and wedding photographer birthday burial ect. in the Philippines until now but now I have a camera 70d just too expensive because it’s here in canada, it’s just picture picture here and I just edit it with my little cellphone, i live so much photigraphy … but no shopping. I’m going to gather so I can fulfill my dream of having my own studio portraits..sorry my english is not so much good..hopefully they understand me.

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  4. Mike Roebuck

    I hiked about a mile in, during a scorching summer with 98* heat. The sun was starting to set and I was running out of time, unable to find the creek. Just as the sun was lighting up Cathedral Rock, I heard kids splashing and laughing. Following the sound of their squeals, I found the creek and this spot. They were swimming just out of frame.

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  5. 1judygreek

    My very first contest entry and it’s one of my favorite places to visit. Taken 3.9.19

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  6. Jennifer Garland

    Hello, I am new to photography and only started within the last year. This was a day hiking with my son at Amicalola Falls in Georgia US

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  7. Josimar Lira Matos

    Por do Sol no Mirante do Boldró na Ilha Fernando de Noronha-Pernambuco, Brasil

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  8. Regina Roberts

    I’ve been shooting since 2014 and consider myself a semi-pro, presently… Started with Landscapes and moved onto Birds & Wildlife. My passion is Pets & Horses; getting the best-of them in an irreplaceable photo!

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  9. Hans Glauser

    Wherever I go, my cameras are my companions, this time, the Antelope Canyons in Page, Arizona.

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  10. Dale Marks

    Love taking pictures. Always have my camera with me! You never know when a great “photo op” will appear!!

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  11. Gayle Schmidt

    I have a great love of photography! Landscapes and wildlife make my day…

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  12. Deborah

    This photo was taken at the end of Autumn. Just before Winter was to settle in. Last pop of color.

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  13. Eric Thompson

    This image was taken in the fall. Chasing the reverse of the magic blue hour. There are quite a few places for landscape photographers around the state of Michigan. Cityscapes in Detroit with murals all about to the northern tip of Michigan which has beautiful falls all about.

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  14. Larry Janssen

    Bullhead Lake Glacier National Park summer 2018, My wife and I were hiking from Swift Current up to Granite Park Chalet for our dream stay only to have a fire turn us back. The photo was take on our way there before we had to turn around and head back.

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  15. Peter Turner

    Shot taken from on top of the Untersberg, approx 1.5Km above Salzburg in Austria

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  16. Heather Scutti

    I live in one of the best neighborhoods for landscape photography – West Haven, CT. Every day is a feast for the eyes.

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  17. Bob

    The Tamron contest entry setup is wholly inadequate. Why don’t you do it properly?

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  18. Rosalind

    This is my first time entering a contest & it’ll be fun to see who wins. There are so many beautiful pictures but it’s worth a try because I am my worst critic of my photography.

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  19. Daniel DiBernardo

    While sitting at Little Round Top for several hours waiting for the sunset, I could not help but think of the thousands who died here. Looking at the sky I turned to a fellow photographer and said, “Only God can paint a sky this beautiful.” He replied, “Amen.” The title came to me instantaneously…”He Paints For Those Dearly Departed.”

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  20. John Rosenberg

    After waiting for hours on a somewhat overcast afternoon, we were rewarded with some clearing clouds, and the spectacle of a glorious sunset. Such a marvelous experience, to sit and wait for nature to reveal herself fully!

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  21. Wesley Hodson

    Palm Desert CA – shot with a Sony a6300 – 19mm – f2.8 – follow me on instagram @wezhodson – photography website coming very soon: wesleyhodson.com

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  22. Cheryl Baxter

    A hobby to capture life, a piece of serenity for me. Using a Nikon D3400

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  23. Nancy Schuh

    A beautiful day at Lincoln Memorial Gardens, Springfield, IL – Spring 2018

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  24. Katie Holowaty

    I am an amateur photographer that focuses on landscapes, sunsets, trees and water. Autumn trees with bright colours capture the true beauty of Canada and the changing seasons that we experience early.

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  25. Ashley Harrington

    My favorite hobby is to go hiking and take photographs of all the beauty that nature has to offer.

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  26. Robin Dodd

    Outback Sunset. I liked the rock formations with the low bushes against the setting sun at the Desert Park just west of Broken Hill in NSW

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  27. Anna Maternia

    I caught the photography bug…love taking pictures and making memories.

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  28. Kathleen Ann Moriarty

    Iceland has abandoned the use of fossil fuels in favor of natural thermal steam. Some remnants of heating oil remain.

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  29. Rob Bleckinger

    This was taken early morning after a big April storm. The hanging clouds add a bit of mystery to the Canyon.

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  30. Gayle

    Love my Tamron lenses and would love to win a new one. While looking at the sea I watched the light come up to this glorious color and literally ran for my camera!

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  31. Tom Marantette

    This rendering of an artist’s painting of a this beautiful landscape is captured by this wonderful photograph. This was taken while traveling through Monterey, California.

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  32. Cynthia Krumbein

    Reflections at the rock quarry, on Belle Isle on the James River, Richmond. Nov. 3, 2018

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  33. Tom Jodis

    Summer in Wyoming as the storm clouds begin to roll in over the Grand Tetons.

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  34. Dana Smith

    Mother nature provides the beauty… I just capture as much as I can, when she shows it off…

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  35. Brad Bluhm

    My home is 1 1/2 hours from Rocky Mountain National Park, so I hike and take photos often here. Ouzel Falls is located after about a 3 mile hike from the Wild Basin ranger station. Arrived early to have the soft light. One second exposure at f25. I own a couple of Tamron lenses, but this shot was with a Nikon 24-120 at a wide angle setting to help with the depth of field. Camera used was a Nikon D300S.

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  36. Steven Cyr

    Being a disabled veteran, I find peace in outdoor photography. Still much to learn, but having lots of fun self teaching.

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  37. Paul Vladuchick

    These images are always difficult to capture. Pittsburgh is a cloudy city especially in the early spring. After many failed attempts over many weeks, the clouds held off, the orbit of the space station was just so and the time worked out that I could take this before work.

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  38. Gary

    You’ve got to put Yellowstone National Park on your bucket list — and get out there while you’re still young!

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  39. Linda Solari

    Maui is my favorite Hawaiian Island, there is such diverse terrain on the Island. You can go from Haleakala Volcano to the beach in no time at all. It is a very beautiful island and I can’t wait to go back for a vacation.

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  40. Duane

    Mount Hood is beautiful to photograph from many spots. Every day offers a new image to capture and enjoy.

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  41. Peggy

    Clouds rolled in before a full moon walk at the Superstitions – great place for photos.

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  42. Jay OBrien

    The Wave is located in the Valley of Fire State Park, outside Las Vegas, NV, about an hour ride. The colorful rocks and it is not very crowded makes it a must see area.

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  43. Gary Way

    An Angel Before Me !!!
    Halo and all !!!
    This image was taken from the bank of the Cataraqui River in Kingston Ontario Canada, where the new bridge is slated to cross the river and is not doctored in any way.

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  44. Lisa

    We revisited this sight twice to get the best light and cloud formations for my photograph of the magnificent Grand Tetons and Snake River.

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  45. Amy

    This helicopter was dropping water over the advancing fire as the afternoon light shown through from the south while the fire clouds from the north darkened the sky

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  46. Dick Benoit

    Pilgrim Hot Springs in the Seward Peninsula is one of the most colorful places in Alaska in September and is largely undiscovered.

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  47. lietzlorraine

    I Love my Tamron 70 300!! It Never lets me down!! I Love Photography! The chance of winning a New Tamron Is So Exciting!!

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  48. lietzlorraine

    I Love Photography!! I enjoy it so much!! I look forward to improving!!

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  49. Sylvia Vuong

    Bolsa Chica wetlands in Huntington Beach, CA has always been a good place for a morning walk.

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  50. Mark Boatman

    I took this picture of a sand dune and grass while on vacation with my family at Gulf Shores Ala.

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  51. Debbie

    Ive learned so much from Ian Plant on Landscape photography. Wide angle lenses are the way to go.

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  52. Manon Cormier

    Enjoy all the beautiful pictures entered in the contest, so much talent around.

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  53. Chris Finer

    Anglers enjoying the final fishing days of fall on Tewksbury Pond in Grafton, New Hampshire

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  54. James

    Mid-morning sunrise east of the Cedar Creek Grist Mill, standing in the middle of the creek with my tripod waiting for the magic to happen and then SNAP!

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  55. Ashley

    I looooove my tamron lens! Just purchased my second one. It’s so quiet compared to some of the Nikon and Sigma lenses I’ve had.

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  56. Jay Avilev

    One of my favorite shots of a ever changing landscape near the Dead Sea in Israel

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  57. Larry C Mingledorff

    Thanks for supporting the profession. The website box would not accept my website: lcmingledorffphotos.com

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  58. Tracy L Halman

    Was in Mexico and loved it there. I did not take my camera for this shot but still posting. Used my phone.

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  59. Matteo Russo

    On the way back from a day work (visited a client) I saw this amazing scene and I had to stop. It had just rained and the steam produced by the cold water hitting the hot ground was going back into the cloud. Hope I caught it the way it sounds……hope you enjoy it. Ciao

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  60. Cathy Lou White

    I photography this river in New Hampshire fall 2018 on a trip through the state.

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  61. Reno DiTullio

    If it’s a wet enough year, the Spring wild mustard bloom will cover many areas of California.

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  62. Lita Kish

    Love Photography. Thank you Dad for Inspiring me with photography and in LIFE. Miss you every day.

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  63. Joe Wolinsky

    Enjoy hiking and photographing the different landscapes in this beautiful country! No need to go anywhere else.

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  64. Donna

    NYC view from NJ on a cruise ship. You can see the Statue of Liberty when enlarged!

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  65. ImagesByJuliana

    Photography, finally found what I should have been doing all this time! Eat, drink and breath it!

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  66. Wendy Oor

    There is nothing better than capturing a moment in time that you can never get back…..photography. 🙂

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  67. Steven Ochs

    Walking along the East coast of Cozumel, I saw this guy protecting himself from the scorching sun while walking along this ridge. Sometimes it just lands in your lap.

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  68. Peter

    Walking Yellow Mountain in China came around a trail and found this view – made me think I had found Shangra-la

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  69. eva Jones

    Bosque del Apache in New Mexico, photographer dream spot where San Hill Cranes and Snow Geese by the thousands winter and relax. New Mexico leaves you in awe of nature and the animal behavior that can be seen here at this refuge.

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  70. Doug O'Boyle

    Thousands of cherry trees at peak bloom in Washington DC. One of nature’s great shows.

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  71. John House

    I went to Bogota several years ago to see my American daughter graduate from a private high school there while her Mother was working in the American Embassy.

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  72. Liz D.

    I also have a 70d and having issues with focus lately. What a bad time of year for that to happen. Guess its getting sent in to the dr. Im so new at this, Im scared to enter a shot. So many that have so much more knowledge and expertise. Plus I dont know how to edit well.

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  73. Liz D.

    I also have a 70d and having issues with focus lately. What a bad time of year for that to happen. Guess its getting sent in to the dr. Im so new at this, Im scared to enter a shot. So many that have so much more knowledge and expertise. Plus I dont know how to edit well. I guess half the battle of learning is hearing what others say in a critique.

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  74. Lynn

    This picture was taken right after the last big snow storm in Novenber in Carrol Nh in the White Mountains of NH

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  75. smokiedeebar21

    I am sorry to be a pain but I click on the link, all I get are the Responses to Landscape Photo.

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  76. Greg Cardone

    All aspects of composition came together for this photo! I seemed to be in the right place at the right time. Made a 20×30 copy to hang in my Florida room.

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  77. Randy

    Imagination is key to good photography. Waiting for that perfect moment when lighting and subject are in harmony can be magical.

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  78. William

    I took my first photo of my dad in 1952, during our home town 100 th. year centennial celebration. We had a box camera then. Later purchased one my use later. Been enjoying it every since then.. Got into doing slide shows now with photos that I have taken for other people and groups. Really have loved the one you’ll have entered..

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  79. Ron Paula

    I made this image after being laid up with a Hyper-extended knee for a week. I consider it a welcome gift for being out in the desert again.

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  80. Judy

    Went with my husband. I’m a newbie…! Even a blind squirrel finds a nut every once in a while…!

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  81. Darla Smedley

    The best park in the United States. A place of peace and wonderment.

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  82. Lenora Ludzack

    This day the north shore had 30 foot waves. It was so cold but worth the day out there to capture the moment.

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  83. Ronald Koris

    Keep trying to enter but wedsite would never post my photo. Going to give up on this site.

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  84. Jerry Jorgensen

    Just signed up to get more information on outdoor photography. Looking forward to learning more.

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  85. Ron Koris

    Been trying to enter this contest for several days but their site will not upload my photo. Tried switching browser still nothing. Going to quit trying and unsubscribe to there newsletters.

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  86. Sharon

    I took this photo looking out across Fraser’s Channel on the road to Rushworth.

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  87. Aj Jaeger

    The trade winds usually bring big waves to this bay. During a Kona Storm, the wind switches 180% and flattens it out like a lake.

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  88. William Isbell

    One of dozens of shots taken during a quick trip to the Moab/Monticello area of Utah, during the summer of 2018. This view clearly shows the four wheel trails which snake across the rugged north end of the Canyonlands south of Kane Creek.

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  89. Martin

    Stormy weather is perfect for seascapes in my mind. Whilst not truly landscape there was no other way to capture the shingle and the sky

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  90. Patrick Moody

    This photo was taken enroute home from visiting family. The lighting was just perfect as was the cloud formation. Taken with my Motorola Droid Z cellphone. A good friend of mine said I should enter this in a newspaper, haven’t done so yet.

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  91. Mansoor Ladha

    I flew by helicopter to the highest mountain in Canada, Mount Logan, in Yukon to take this incredible scenic picture.

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  92. Jim Albertson

    This is an Iconic Tree in Yellowstone National Park I photographed last winter while on a snow coach tour of the park. Note the scratches on the lower portion of the tree where the grizzly bears and other animals either rub antlers or scratch with their claws.

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  93. William Brown

    Beautiful capture; detailed rocks and great lighting in the mountain side. Nice post processing.

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  94. Kenneth M. Johansen

    I have enjoyed photography my whole life from age 16 to age 68. I have worked for newspapers, Professional Custom Photo Labs and for myself. My favorite are wild life, scenery, macros, and modest, conservative portraiture. I have shot professional hockey and baseball teams. Loved the photo lab that is now ancient history.

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