Our 14th Annual Photo Contest is now open.
Submit your entries by midnight, December 15. View submission gallery below.

 

Image of photographer at Grand Canyon by Gary Ladd
Photograph by Gary Ladd

TAKE YOUR BEST SHOT.

Every month, we showcase the most talented photographers in the world. Now it's your turn to join the ranks. Enter your favorite photo in the 2022 Arizona Highways Photo Contest.

You could win an Arizona Highways PhotoScapes workshop, valued at $2,500; a gift certificate from Tempe Camera; or other prizes.

Our contest is open to amateur and professional photographers. All photos must be made in Arizona and fit into the category of Landscape, Wildlife or Macro (close-up). Submission deadline is December 15, 2021. VIEW OFFICIAL RULES

Sponsored by Arizona Highways, Tempe Camera and Arizona Highways PhotoScapes
 
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wildlife

Photo by Mark Koster

6 minutes before the "Official" Sunrise one of Scottsdale's local Bald Eagles Snagged this Humongous catfish from Chaparral Lake !

Location: Scottsdale

landscape

Photo by Elizabeth Nappier-Leslie

Sandhill Cranes and Fog

Location: Cibola National Wildlife Refuge

landscape

Photo by Elizabeth Nappier-Leslie

Window to the Cathedral

Location: Sedona

landscape

Photo by Elizabeth Nappier-Leslie

Snow in the Valley

Location: Tucson just outside the Saguaro National Park- East

wildlife

Photo by Elizabeth Nappier-Leslie

Neotropic Cormorant

Location: Tucson

wildlife

Photo by Mark Koster

A Handsome male American Kestrel posing for me on the roof of a home in the heart of Scottsdale !

Location: Scottsdale

macro

Photo by Garrett Stiefken

Avoid pointy end

Location: Phoenix

macro

Photo by Garrett Stiefken

Hard at work

Location: Tucson

landscape

Photo by Garrett Stiefken

Spires rise in Sedona

Location: Sedona

wildlife

Photo by Scott Trageser

Lyre snake with stars. Composite photo of three images taken on tripod with the intention of accurately representing the scene.

Location: Yuma

landscape

Photo by Russ Harwell

Monument Valley Sunrise

Location: Monument Valley

macro

Photo by Scott Trageser

Ultramacro of the scales of a male Desert Spiny Lizard

Location: Tucson