Photo Contest - People Winners 2014

The winners to the 2014 National Park Trips Photographic Memories Photo Contest are in. Here are the Honorable Mention Winners for the People Category
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The winners to the 2014 National Park Trips Photographic Memories Photo Contest are in. Here are the Honorable Mention Winners for the People Category

The winners to the 2014 National Park Trips Photographic Memories Contest are in. We had 553 entries in all - lots of fantastic photos. Although the contest rules say we will award three Tamron lenses for the top three entries, we just couldn't let some of these photos go without acknowledgement. So, we added 13 honorable mention winners and show you another 14 great shots to ohhhh and ahhhh over.

Honorable Mention - People

Winners receive a camera bag from Tamron.

Black Hills ranger with his horse. Photo by Doug Conrad

Doug Conrad - Coffee To Go
"Black Hills Buffalo Roundup Sept. 2013. Travel is not always about the beautiful scenery but also about the people you meet."

Meeting on Bright Angel Trail in the Grand Canyon. Photo by Mike Orrill

Mike Orrill - Meeting on Bright Angel Trail
"My wife and I were backpacking down the trail when we met this mule party coming up. She almost squeezed herself into the canyon wall to make room."

Young boy fishing at Sprague Lake in Rocky Mountain National Park. Photo by Tom Luhmann

Tom Luhmann - How long do I have to wait?
"A young boy with his fishing pole waiting for a bite at Sprague Lake."

Other Great People Photos

These photos were also great shots. (We wish we had more prizes!)

Taking a group shot at Glacier Point in Yosemite. Photo by Caroline Stella

Caroline Stella - Smile for the Camera
"This photo was taken at the overlook at Yosemite in June of 2011. I was concerned that these young boys were sitting on the wall, but it made for an interesting photo."

Snowshoer between Nymph Lake and Dream Lake at Rocky Mountain National Park. Photo by Tom Luhmann

Tom Luhmann - What a View
"Hiker on the trail from Nymph Lake to Dream Lake"

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