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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It’s time for our 5th Travel Photography Contributions competition. It’s been over a month since we first started posting YOUR travel shots; firstly to allow others to see your great work and promote it, and secondly to share beautiful photos from all around the globe and inspire you to pack your rucksack and start your own journey.
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.
Roll up, roll up for week 3 of our travel photography competition, in which we throw the spotlight onto some of the fantastic pictures you have sent us via our Facebook page .
The time has come to show you the next selection of great travel photos Hitch-Hikers’ Handbook received in the second week of June. This week we’ve got some very exciting locations.
The first picture we want to show you was taken in Petra, Jordan by M. Orchid Photography. Visit their Facebook page for more awesome shots.
This month we have received some amazing travel pictures and we’ve decided to dedicate a part of our website to not only your stories but also to your photo contributions.
Each week we will publish 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.
New Sukhothai, lying on the banks of the River Yom, is roughly 450km north of Bangkok. This modern, busy little town is, to be frank, not particularly interesting but it is popular with travellers as a base for the nearby UNESCO listed Historical Park, containing the ruins of the capital of the Sukhothai kingdom of the 13th and 14th centuries. New Sukhothai is not without its charms, with a few bars and cafes, but is certainly no more than a cheap place to sleep.