Capture your vision of fall for R-J contest

Autumn in Southern Nevada is known for its blessed relief from summer’s fiery blast.

It’s also a great time to head outdoors to rediscover what it looks like around here. As long as you’re going out, you might as well take your camera to find great shots to enter in the Review-Journal’s fall photo contest.

This wraps up a year-in-the-life of our seasons, starting with the snowstorm in December. We’ve also enjoyed the spring flowers and summer by the pool. Now, share with us your fall activities.

It could be a trip to Mount Charleston to view changing leaves. If you wait long enough, you can see some colorful leaves here in Las Vegas.

Or you might be headed back to the gridiron to cheer a few sacks and touchdowns, if not down a brewski or two at a tailgate party.

Whatever your plans, share them with us. The person who best captures the season — in our humble opinion — will win $100. The winning photo and others that impress us will appear in an upcoming Living section and online.

E-mail your photos (limit of two) to Or mail them to Fall Photos, Las Vegas Review-Journal, P.O. Box 70, Las Vegas, NV 89125. Whatever route you take, include your full name, age, address and a daytime phone number in case we have questions.

The deadline is 5 p.m. Nov. 23.

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