Travel Photography Competition – week 6

Photography By Jean-Pierre R Aube - Tower Bridge, London

Our 6th weekly Travel Photography Competition is upon us. The competition is a chance for you to show YOUR travel photography as we are consistently inundated with some fabolous photographs. Every week the competition seems to get tougher, so if you aren’t included this week, keep trying, and remember it’s only for fun.

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The first selection for this week is another stunning shot from Iceland taken by Fr brinks photography.

Fr brinks photography - Iceland

Fróði Brinks, who stands behind Fr brinks photography, is a photographer based in Reykjavík, Iceland and one of our most active travel photography contributors. Visit his Flickr photostream for more great landscape pictures.

The second great shot in this week’s selection is of Tower Bridge and was taken in Jon‘s hometown, London, by Jean-Pierre R. Aube. He’s been doing photography as a hobby since August 2011.

Visit his Facebook page for more interesting shots from different parts of the world: Photography By Jean-Pierre R Aube.

Photography By Jean-Pierre R Aube - Tower Bridge, London

And the last picture this week is a very inventive shot taken by Marco Ramos on Atauro Island, East-Timor. Marco is a well-travelled photographer based in Germany and Portugal. Visit his Marco Ramos – Photography Facebook page for more.

Marco Ramos Photography - Atauro Island, East-Timor

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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!

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