Travel Photography Competition – week 4
It’s been a month since we launched our Travel Photography Contributions competition. Every day many talented photographers send us their amazing travel shots but in our weekly selection we show you only the three most popular pictures.
We will start this week’s selection with this great photo taken in New England, USA by Ronnj Medini Photographer. Ronnj Medini is an Italian photographer born in 1974. “The only child of two merry-go-round owners, he comes from a long line of circus performers. As a result he spent his early childhood moving from town to town”. He’s been a passionate photographer since 2004 and you can see the best of his work on his website.
The second photo that got through this week’s selection was taken in one of the most charming places in Turkey – Cappadocia. Gokhan-Elif Kaynak Photography, who sent us this amazing shot, has more stunning photographs in his portfolio. Go to his Facebook page for more and don’t miss his great pictures taken in Africa!
And the last photo for today was taken in Sydney, Australia by A.D.G. | Photo Hub. A.D.G calls herself “a novice self taught-not-so-official-photographer” but her photos are truly great. Go to her Facebook page for more!
If you want to see your own pictures in our Travel Photography Contribution Weeks, simply join our Facebook page and send us your best travel shots!
What are Travel Photography Contribution Weeks?
Each week we publish the three pictures which got the most “likes” on our Facebook page giving the photographers the credit they deserve. The competition has a 3-4 week delay so that the pictures sent later in a week will have an equal chance to get the same amount of “likes” as the ones sent at the beginning.
If your pictures are among this week’s selection, feel free to link to our website and tell your friends about it.
If you would like to participate in the selections, post your best TRAVEL shots on our Facebook page with their location clearly indicated.
Keep sending your photos and travel safe!