Journey Photo Contest

A View of the Ocean

Contest Winner Daniel Pabst’s memories of Carmel Bay, California.

From Another Time

Annette Archuleta’s shot of a 1918 barn in Wilbur, Washington.

An Otherworldly Scene

Steve Piccolo’s shot of the famed dunes of Namibia.

Rare Sighting

Harry Chesman’s shot of Mandarin ducks at Lake Washington.

Carved in History

Richard Molitor’s shot of Easter Island.

Big ’Berg From a Small Ship

Leslie Nuttman’s shot of sunny Antarctica.

Prickly Points of Interest

Robert Denney’s shot of cactus in Joshua Tree National Park.

Jellyfish Surprise

Bonnie Rae Nygren’s shot of Lion’s Mane jellyfish.

Tides of Time on the Isle of Skye

Ryan Northrup’s shot from a Scotland road trip.

Crocodile Snap Shot

Gene Brown’s shot of an African crocodile.

Church on the Hill

Rachael Jones’s shot of Iceland’s Víkurkirkja in summer.

Spring in Oregon’s High Desert

Bob Stanton’s shot of Smith Rock State Park in Central Oregon.

Red Sky at Morning

Rick Browne’s shot of chance encounter on the Olympic Peninsula.

Punakaiki’s Pancake Rocks

Tami Lapthorne-Hastings’s shot of a New Zealand road trip.

Attention: AAA Members. We’d Like to See Your Travel Photos

We would like to see and share your travel photos. Whether you were on a Northwest road trip, aboard a cruise ship or traveling internationally, think of sharing your best photos with us. We’ll select photos from AAA Washington members to publish in our member magazine, Journey, in e-newsletters and online.


To be considered, email your high resolution image (JPEG/JPG or TIFF files, at least 300 dpi with a file size of at least 1 MB but no more than 10 MB) to along with your name, your city and a little information about when, where and how you took the photo.

By submitting, you are confirming that you took the photo and as the copyright holder, you are granting republication rights to AAA Washington.

Additional Guidelines

Be Safe
Never try to take a photo while you are driving, always be aware of traffic when photographing near the road, and be sure to maintain safe distances from wildlife and environmental hazards.

Be Respectful
Please respect local cultural customs, sensitive habitats, private property and individual privacy, and always adhere to responsible photography practices.

AAA Washington reserves the right not to select any photo for any reason, without notification. AAA Washington reserves the right to use all entries in its marketing materials (including Journey magazine, print, online and social media) without compensation.

Questions? Email the editors at

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