Reader Photo Galleries

Wicked Throwback Photo Contest!
***This contest is closed. Thank you to everyone who entered. Winners will be announced soon.*** Long before that girl from Kansas arrives in Munchkinland, two girls meet in the land of Oz. One - born with emerald green skin - is smart, fiery and misunderstood. The other is beautiful, ambitious ...
Inland Northwest 12th man
You and your friends could be on The Spokesman-Review's front page on Super Bowl Sunday showing your 12th Man pride! Grab your Spokesman-Review 12th man page from the newspaper on Jan. 22 or download the cheer card here. Photograph yourself, your friends or your family members holding the cheer ...
Christmas lights 2013
Have you seen homes or streets with great holiday light displays? Grab a snapshot and upload it here. We're collecting reader photos for display online throughout the holiday season.
Eagles on Lake Coeur d'Alene
The bald eagles that show up annually at Lake Coeur d'Alene provide a popular wildlife-viewing attraction as the birds are lured to the northeast corner of the lake from mid-November into January to feast on the spawning kokanee that stack up in the bay. Upload your photos here and we'll ...
Fall colors around the Inland Northwest
Have you taken pictures of the spectacular fall colors on display around the Inland Northwest? Please share your photos with The Spokesman-Review and we'll create an online cornucopia of images in this space. Thanks!
Zag Pride
Do you have pictures of yourself, your family, your pets or your co-workers displaying Gonzaga pride? Please share your photos with The Spokesman-Review. We'll display them here, and use selected entries in print as the Zags make their way through the NCAA tournament. Go Zags!
Bloomsday Memories
Do you have a favorite Bloomsday memory? Rain or shine, walking or running, in sickness or in health - please share your story and photo with The Spokesman-Review. We'll display them here, and use selected entries in print leading up to the May 6 race.
Winter Storm 2012
Submit your storm photos. Or, if you prefer, you can email them to
Bald eagles at Wolf Lodge Bay
Eagles are congregating at Lake Coeur d'Alene's Wolf Lodge Bay to feast on kokanee salmon. The annual winter migration draws dozens of eagles and hundreds of tourists with cameras. If you have eagle photos to show off, please post them to the Spokesman-Review's gallery. Or, if you prefer, you can ...
Deep freeze
The first major snow of the season hit the Inland Northwest on Nov. 22 and 23, and we want to see what it looked like in your neighborhood. Send us your photos of digging out, kids playing in the snow or anything else snow-related.
Spokane Falls
When the water runs high over the Spokane Falls, the view is spectacular. Some proponents have argued that Avista Utilities should keep the river running at a high capacity year round to keep them looking nice. (The company was ordered in 2008 to keep the river at 300 cubic ...
High school prom
Remember the anticipation, the shopping, the preparation, the nerves, the awkwardness and perhaps the love? Upload your classic photos of you and your prom dates or friends, and we'll share the pictures online. Show us your best smiles, big hair, dresses with long trains, colorful tuxes, cummerbunds and top hats. ...
December 15 snow
It doesn't really compare with last December's snowfall, but parts of the Inland Northwest got a pretty good coating overnight Monday and early Tuesday. Add your photos of your neighborhood, your work and your play in the snow. Or if you prefer, e-mail them to
Thanksgiving spreads 2009
It wouldn't be Thanksgiving without turkey, mashed taters or cranberry sauce. Or would it? We want photos of your Thanksgiving dinner spread, including any dishes that are special to your family traditions. We'll display them here on Or, if you'd rather, e-mail them to
Halloween Costumes 2009
Show us your ghosts, your witches, your superheroes, your Michael Jacksons. Upload a picture of yourself, your kids or your pets dressed for Halloween fun through Monday, and we’ll collect the pictures online. If we get enough submissions, we’ll choose a selection to run in Saturday’s print edition. (Or if ...