2023 Adventures in Nature
Student Photo Contest

Seeking photos that showcase Arizona’s natural beauty,
wildlife and people in nature.

This photo contest is open to Arizona students ages 13-18.

Open to Arizona students ages 13-18

$10,000 in cash prizes await the top 10 winners.
Deadline to submit your high-resolution nature photos is midnight April 12, 2023.
Winners will be announced May 11, 2023.

View OFFICIAL RULES. For more information, contact Danielle Kagan at [email protected]
Sponsored by The Nature Conservancy, Arizona Highways and Cox Communications.

One file only.
5 MB limit.
Allowed types: gif, jpg, jpeg, png.
Photos must be of locations in Arizona.
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Photo by Tianna L Anderson

Blazing city sunset.

Location: Surprise, AZ

Photo by Tianna L Anderson

Vibrant fuchsia blooms on a very spiny cactus.

Location: White Tank Mountain Regional Park

Photo by Adrian Garcia

Decided to get an angle on the palm trees and ended up with this.

Location: Sunnyside Highschool, Tucson, Arizona

Photo by Kelsie LeGrand

I took this photo using the rule of thirds and the close-up setting on my camera

Location: Snowflake

Photo by Melina Kraft

The Reptile Section at the Reid Park Zoo. Two bearded dragons in their enclosure.

Location: Reid Park Zoo

Photo by Kristina Navarrette

Location: Flowing wells highschool

Photo by Kristina Navarrette

A new year new you photoshoot.

Location: Flowing wells high school

Photo by Grey Picciano

Orange tree flower

Location: Tucson

Photo by Grey Picciano

Kissing bugs on an orange

Location: Tucson

Photo by Josie Mazerski

Close up picture of a Wire-netting bush

Location: Saguaro National Park, Arizona

Photo by Grace Shepard

Fog floating through the valley alongside the peak of Mt Lemmon

Location: Mount Lemmon Peak

Photo by Miles Parks

Patch of flowers I found in the desert with clouds in the background. I didn't have a tripod on me so I fashioned one out of four pieces of wood and twine I found.

Location: Tucson, Arizona