Big Bend Photography Competition
Share your photographs exploring the beauty and majesty of Big Bend National Park
What photograph have you taken that captures the timeless beauty of Big Bend National Park? Which photograph shares something about what the park means to you? Submit a photograph that tells a story about your connection to Big Bend National Park. Winning photographs will be included in the Bullock Museum’s upcoming exhibition, Journey Into Big Bend.
This contest ran from February 22, 2016 to July 18, 2016.
Casa Grande Mid-Afternoon
Casa Grande mid-afternoon taken from our campsite in the Chisos Basin Campground; it was cloudy and rainy most of the day, but the sun peeked out for a while to light up the mountain.Enlarge
Tinaja - A Haven in the Desert
Taken on May 9, 2013. A Tinaja is a Spanish word for jug. It is used to describe the water- filled depressions in bedrocks on the Ernst Tinaja trail. Plants and Wildlife can benefit from this water.Enlarge
Santa Elena Canyon
This photograph of the desert terrain and the haze enveloping Santa Elena Canyon was captured somewhere along Mule Ears Spring Trail on our first hike in a national park we immediately loved. (January 2015)Enlarge