Vote now for your favorite Canon Photography in the Parks entry

November 12, 2009, 11:52 am

The Canon Photography in the Parks finalists are in and you, too, can be a winner simply by voting for your favorite image. More than 20,000 photographers submitted their most impressive images to compete in this year’s contest. Our judges, Explorers of Light Darrell Gulin and George Lepp and American Park Network publisher and Photo Editor Joel Saferstein narrowed these entries to the favorite 20, including10 in the teen category and 10 in the all ages category. 

The final images are as striking as the locations they were taken. These images—from the deep woods of Alaska (Katmai National Park and Preserve) to south Florida (the Everglades) and man-made icons (Mount Rushmore National Monument) to untouched wilderness (Yosemite and Yellowstone national parks) will inspire you to get out your camera and visit the country’s most iconic destinations.

And now, you have a chance to win great new gear simply by voting for your favorite photo. From now until November 23, 2009 simply visit usa.canon.com/parks and vote for your favorite image and you’ll be entered to win a Canon EOS Rebel T1i/EF-S 18-55 mm IS kit. Simply click here and your might soon been snapping your own award-winning images.