Share Your Adventure Photo Winners – June 2014

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Congratulations to the winners of our June Share Your Adventure Photo Contest. Check out these great shots sent in from our fans. Hopefully you’ll find inspiration to get outside for your own adventures. Have you captured a great photo from your recent excursions? Enter it in our monthly outdoor photo contest and you could win a $200 gift card to Sierra Trading Post.

More information: Share Your Adventure Photo Contest.

1st Place – Mike Creed

Share your adventure photo contest winner

“Angry sky Taken from the Front Range of Colorado. Late summer thunderstorm developing over the eastern plains.” according to Mike Creed.

2nd Place – Ami Bergstrom

Photo Contest

Ami says, “This is my husband on Skyscraper Peak in Mt. Rainier Nat. Park. For his 60th birthday we hiked the Wonderland Trail. We bagged Skyscraper to watch the sun go down on the last day of him being 59!”

3rd Place – Kenneth Kruse

Sierra Trading Post Photo Contest

Kenneth noted, “I took this photo while using my Red Feather snowshoes I bought from Sierra hiking around Mt Hood, Oregon. Although I live less than an hour from the mountain it never fails to impress upon me the power and glory of nature!”

Congratulations to these winners. Now enter your best outdoor photos for a chance to win our current contest.

Need some tips to take better outdoor photos? Check out these resources:

How to take photos of the night sky
How to photograph moving water
5 pro tips for spectacular outdoor photos

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Andy Hawbaker
Andy is a hiker, backpacker, snowboarder and outdoor fanatic. When he isn't exploring the Rocky Mountains with his wife and daughters he shares his adventures here on the Sierra SocialHub.

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