Congratulations to the winners of our 2019 Lens on Lake Minnetonka photo contest!
Shutterbugs, our 2014 Lens on Lake Minnetonka photo contest has come to a close, and we thank our faithful readers for their gorgeous photo submissions and their online votes for the readers’ choice award.
The contest includes two different awards:
Here's our handy guide to our Best of 2015 readers' choice surveys. Feel free to contact us with any further questions.
Why do I have to vote in so many categories?
Thanks to all who voted for the 2015 Best of Lake Minnetonka! Tickets for our awards event go on sale December 10.
It’s clichéd because it’s true: A picture is worth 1000 words. But a picture of Lake Minnetonka, its community landmarks, its events, its pets?
Located in the Mill District of downtown Minneapolis, Tiger Oak Media publishes more than 30 regional print magazines, with corresponding digital media, including digital editions, e-newsletters and sophisticated websites.
Some of the best photos involve candid moments featuring people who weren’t necessarily the intended subject.
One spring 2014 announcement turned into a whirlwind of opportunity for current sixth graders Victor Yang, Ayden Tiede and Aidan Barker. The boys, friends since kindergarten and all active in Boy Scout Troop 409 in Excelsior, embarked on a journey to build a wind energy system.
Sometimes local landmarks get overlooked. We see them so often that we begin to stop seeing them all together. The Minnetonka Beach water tower on Lafayette Bay is an example—many people boat by it every day without recognizing its historical significance and beauty.