Hello fellow Steemians!
It is my great pleasure to announce the winner of 7 World’s Continents Photo Challenge - North American Friday. I would like to say huge thank you to all the participants for their great entries. The number of entries yesterday was very good with many high-quality images so it was extremely hard to decide on the winning one. I encourage you to check the entries as they really were all stunning.
You can see all entries and participants in this post: 7 World’s Continents Photo Challenge - North American Friday week #98 - the absolute winner takes 200 SBD!
Please give a huge shout out to the best ten competitors for taking part in the challenge and sharing their photos and experience with all of us here on Steemit:
It would be great if you can visit their blogs and appreciate their awesome photography skills with some upvotes.
However, the winner is only one and that is for me picture posted by @irvinesimages with the following entry:
Nightline. Meteors fall to Earth in front of a magnificent star filled sky, while sunlight begins to creep in from the East. Red rocks and a thin mist highlight the night, but the stars will soon disappear as dawn takes over. Sedona Arizona USA.
What a great contribution from @irvinesimages to the photo challenge! I have visited @irvinesimages blog and upvoted his post called Almost. @irvinesimages amazing entry from Arizona is qualifying for the weekly challenge where it will be competing against the previous and upcoming winners of the week:
@pardinus Asian Sunday entry:
This is Goreme, in the Capadocia region, Turkey. A village located in a National park, known by its amazing landscape. The rocky formations that can already be seen here in the vicinities, and stretch for miles, seem from another planet!
@kapengbarako Australian Monday entry:
The Te Waihou Walkway - Putaruru Blue Spring is located in Putaruru, one of the rural towns in the Waikato Region in New Zealand. This natural spring boasts itself with clean and clear waters that it is claimed that 60 percent of bottled water in New Zealand are sourced from this place.
@drmincu Tuesday of Antarctica and world's oceans entry:
The Durdle Door in Dorset, UK, is one of those amazing rock formations that simply take your breath away. Fortunately for the comfortable tourist, it is close to a beach where you can just enjoy the scenery!
@vcclothing African Wednesday entry:
The long straight road we drove along from Chobe National Park to the Okavango delta in Botswana. Roughly 600km drive. Along the way we saw elephants, ostriches, Zebra, warthogs and kudu along the side of the road. Just keep an eye out if they decide to cross the road. Nice straight road in this section, not many pot holes which was nice.
@bil.prag European Thursday entry:
My entry for this week in 7 World’s Continents Photo Challenge. Photo taken on Stara planina in Serbia, near the peak called Babin zub. It is a starting point for the climb to one of the highest peaks in Serbia, Midžor (2,169 metres (7,116 ft)).
The winner of the weekly challenge will be selected by you based on the dollar value of this post and then entered to a monthly and possibly yearly challenge on the way to win the price of 200 SBD in total. You can give @irvinesimages your support by upvoting this winner announcement post.
My next challenge is coming shortly: South American Saturday. Get your pictures ready! :)
For more information about the 7 World’s Continents Photo Challenge and conditions see my original post: 200 SBD 7 World's Continents Photo Challenge - 2018 guidelines – 25/10 update.
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