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National Parks Photo Contest Winner

National Parks Photo Contest Winner

And the winner is:

This image was taken last year, while visiting Zion National Park in the Fall. The color display there is stunning. I camped near this location and went on a hike in the morning with camera, tripod and coffee. The color in the background is the early morning sun hitting a red rock wall. The slow shutter speed enhances (IMHO) the water flowing over the rocks.

YIPPEE, I won the National Parks Best of contest. Thank you all so much for voting for my photo.
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We’re happy to let you know you’re a winner in the Summer Scrapbook! You’ve won a “best of” prize package, which includes: two (2) Leki® Trail Hiking Poles; one (1) pair of Nikon® Trailblazer ATB Binoculars, 10×25; one (1) Trailblazer® 4-LED Headlamp; one (1) Coleman six-person instant tent; one (1) stainless steel pint glass; one (1) America the Beautiful, The National Parks and Federal Recreational Lands Pass; Fodor’s The Official Guide to America’s National Parks; A National Park Foundation tote, hat, water bottle, and bandana; one (1) Yosemite Hiker’s Kit (which includes a Yosemite backpack, hat, water bottle, carabineer, hiking map, book about Yosemite, and sunscreen); a Mesa Verde National Park baseball cap and T-shirt set; and a gift bag collection of Olympic National Park 75th anniversary gear, including a T-shirt and wine glass. This prize package has an approximate retail value of $750. Congratulations!

Virgin River Flow, Zion National Park

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