Here are the best photographs made by Salt Lake Tribune photographers in November.
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A couple embrace during a dog walk in Salt Lake City’s Memory Grove on Nov. 1.
Ballet West dancer Lucas Horns volunteers on Sundays at the VOA Youth Resource Center, where he leads an LGBTQ support group. Horns, who sees firsthand the correlation between LGBTQ youth and homelessness, says, “I feel a responsibility for us lucky people to pay it forward.”
Soldiers attend a press event on Nov. 4 where Gov. Gary R. Herbert and Maj. Gen. Jefferson S. Burton discuss the recent death of North Ogden Mayor Brent Taylor, a major in the Utah National Guard who was killed in Afghanistan in an apparent insider attack.
Supporters watch as national results are shown on the television at the Utah Democratic election night headquarters at the Radisson Hotel in Salt Lake City on Nov. 6.
Mia Love turns away after making a statement to media at her election night party to thank supporters at the Hilton Garden Inn in Lehi on Nov. 6.
A man rides a scooter through Echo Canyon, part of The Draw at Sugar House, in Salt Lake City on Nov. 7.
A doughboy from the Utah Military History Group at a commemoration of Armistice Day’s 100th anniversary in Salt Lake City on Nov. 8.
Utah Jazz center Rudy Gobert, left, and forward Derrick Favors during player introductions in Salt Lake City on Nov. 9.
Utah Utes wide receiver Samson Nacua celebrates a win over the Oregon Ducks at Rice-Eccles Stadium in Salt Lake City on Nov. 10.
Veterans, family members of active and retired military and patriotic supporters celebrated Veterans Day at the Barker Park amphitheater in North Ogden with a memorial for hometown hero Maj. Brent Russell Taylor, who was killed while training an Afghan army commando battalion in Afghanistan.
Kyel Beardall lights up the stage as Emerald Fantom Daa before a packed ballroom at the Taggart Student Center at Utah State University. The university hosted its first-ever drag show, with participants excitedly exclaiming it marked Logan’s fourth ever with hopes for more.
Orem High’s Puka Nacua celebrates as he leaps over his teammates after his state-record 26th touchdown of the season against Dixie in the 4A high school championship game at Rice Eccles Stadium in Salt Lake City on Nov. 16.
Jennie Taylor pauses by the casket of her husband, National Guard Maj. Brent Taylor, after the graveside services at Ben Lomond Cemetery in North Ogden on Nov. 17.
Utah Jazz guard Donovan Mitchell signs autographs for young fans before the NBA game against the Sacramento Kings at Vivint Smart Home Arena in Salt Lake City on Nov. 21.