Where Do You Read Jp Magazine?
This is John McCracken. The man and his mag had their pic “taken from a boat,” while the Aialik Glacier in Kenai National Park, Kenai Peninsula, Alaska, handled photobomb duty. John was in Alaska with his wife on holiday.
Now, where do you read Jp? Well, if you read it in a unique or cool location, we want to see a photo of that—and don’t bother with a toilet photo, please. The photo should show you, the magazine, and the location, all in one. Email the photo and information about you to jpedi[email protected] jpmagazine.com with the subject line “Jp on Location.” Show and tell! Answer these questions for us in your email:
Where you’re from
Where the photo was taken
What you’re doing/why you’re at that location
Photo must be a JPG (maximum quality), BMP, or TIFF file and a size of no less than 1,600 by 1,200 pixels or about 2 megapixels (or the original size from your phone/device.) It probably goes without saying that your copy of Jp should be seen with you in the photo.