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Destinations Photo Contest is back: See some iconic scenes for inspiration
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Destinations Photo Contest is back: See some iconic scenes for inspiration

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Destinations Photo Contest

Our Destinations Photo Contest is back!

Send in your best photos by Feb. 5 for a chance to win up to $1,000. The top photos submitted will also be featured in a national publication reaching more than 1 million households.

Get more details here: Destinations Photo Contest.

From the Statue of Liberty to the Taj Mahal, here's a look at past contest entries showing some of the world's iconic cities, monuments and more:

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One of the world’s most popular gay beach destinations, “P-town” was ranked by the U.S. Census Bureau as”the gayest city in America.” During the off-season, the permanent population is around 3,000, which means more people are dancing in a crowded club in New York on a Saturday night. So if you’re looking for a romantic getaway with your partner, away from the constant noise of the metropolitan lifestyle, look no farther than Provincetown in the off-season. Featuring Insta-worthy attractions, including Long Point Lighthouse and the Pilgrim Monument, the town itself stretches three square miles but maximizes every inch. During the peak summer season, visitors swell the population to a packed 60,000. Provincetown’s gay scene and nightlife are centered around Commercial Street.

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Los Angeles might already be a must-stop for any jetsetter; however, if you must choose one place, the City of West Hollywood is where dreams are made for gay actors and travelers alike. Spend the day indulging in spas, sensational shopping, outstanding art galleries, and LGBTQ-frequented coffee shops in the West Hollywood Design District, then the night touring the vibrant bars and dance clubs on Santa Monica Boulevard. A whopping 40% of West Hollywood’s population identifies as LGBTQ, reflected directly in the community and all it offers.

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