The 14th Annual Photo Contest submission deadline has been extended.
Submit your entries by midnight, December 31. 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 31, 2021. VIEW OFFICIAL RULES

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

Photo by Theresa Rose Ditson

"Fishing Buddies:" Two pelicans hoping there are still plenty of fish in the sea.

Location: Prescott, AZ

landscape

Photo by Theresa Rose Ditson

"Silent Drama:" This particular sunset had all the makings of an explosive thunderstorm, with the clouds rolling in and building up as they moved across the sky.

Location: Prescott, AZ

landscape

Photo by Laura McCumber

Sedona in winter

Location: Sedona

landscape

Photo by Laura McCumber

Sun shines through Antelope Canyon

Location: Antelope Canyon

landscape

Photo by Theresa Rose Ditson

"Cold Moon over Watson Lake:" December's full moon, otherwise called the 'cold moon,' shone like a beacon over the waters of Watson Lake, while the alpenglow lingered in the sky above the granite dells.

Location: Prescott, AZ

landscape

Photo by Wendy Islas

A walk through Sand Cove.

Location: Coyote Buttes North

landscape

Photo by Emily M Catling

"After the rain"
A picture of East Fork Little Colorado River.

Location: Mount Baldy Wilderness Area

landscape

Photo by Jerry Bombardier

A warm sunset shines through silhouetted palm trees.

Location: Papago Park

macro

Photo by Jerry Bombardier

Tiny blossoms flourish in the desert landscape after heavy monsoon rains.

Location: Lower Salt River

macro

Photo by Jerry Bombardier

A butterfly enjoys an abundance of wildflowers in the desert after summer monsoon rains.

Location: Lower Salt River

landscape

Photo by Wendy Islas

Snow on an unexpected day in March,

Location: Tucson

landscape

Photo by Wendy Islas

Snow on a March day in the desert.

Location: Tucson