My Colorado Photos
The winning shots
Purple mountains majesty ▲
Kelli Keith of Boulder submitted this photo by email of a gorgeous sunset in Boulder. “I took a walk around Twin Lakes, a Boulder County Open Space, when I was fortunate to capture this amazing sunset,” Keith tells EnCompass. “Like many others, I found myself working from home, without anything to do during the pandemic. So, I chose to explore as much Open Space as possible. This has since become a favorite spot of mine to walk, ride my bike, take photos, look at stars, and enjoy the mountain views closer to home.” Her camera: iPhone XS. Member since: 2012 © Kelli Keith
Let’s go fly a kite ▼
Kim Slemint of Broomfield submitted this photo by email of her children, Jade and Zeke, flying a kite near Marshall Mesa in Boulder. “We decided to make use of the Foothills winds to fly our kites,” Slemint tells EnCompass. “The kites were flapping wildly out of control and the wind was muffling the kids’ squeals of excitement. It was a joy to see them having so much fun. As I noticed the length of their shadows, I paused to reflect how quickly kids grow up.” Her camera: iPhone XS. Member since: 1993 © Kim Slemint
Submit your photos and win!
AAA Colorado accepts photography of Colorado destinations from AAA Colorado members only. No professionals please (that includes photographers who have sold their work online, in galleries, or by any other means, or whose photos appear on professional media websites). EnCompass magazine selects two winners per edition. Each winner receives a $60 check. Entries are accepted online at AAA.com/PhotoContest or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Images must be in a .jpg or .tif format and at least 300 dpi. Only high-resolution images are eligible to win. AAA Colorado will hold seasonal images for consideration in seasonally appropriate future editions. AAA Colorado reserves the right not to select any photo for any reason, without notification. AAA Colorado reserves the right to use all entries in its marketing materials (in print, online, and social media) without compensation.