Congrats to the 2018 Photo Contest Winners!

Colorado-Public-Lands-Day-Logo-267x300The votes are in and the 2018 Colorado Public Lands Day Photo Contest winners have been selected! With hundreds of submissions, photographers around the state captured an amazing variety of photos – highlighting Colorado’s diverse landscape and recreational opportunities. We congratulate all of the winners and we thank one and all for sharing their images and participating in the voting for this year’s “people’s choice” winner. Please view this year’s winners below and continue the celebration by getting outside and enjoying our unparalleled public lands.

 

Grand Prize Winner/Wildlife Category
Photographer: Jeff Goudy
Location: State Forest, State Park

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People’s Choice Winner
Photographer: Kimberly Mock
Location: Gunnison National Forest

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Photo Category Winners

Hunting
Photographer: Anna Yarbrough
Location: Endlich Mesa

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Fishing
Photographer: Whitney Davis
Location: Fairplay, CO

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Landscape
Photographer: Glenn Martin
Location: Eleven Mile State Park

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Recreation
Photographer: Nikki Gallagher
Location: Fruita’s Kokopelli Trails

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Thank you for joining Colorado Outdoors and the celebration of Colorado Public Lands Day!

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