Hello fellow Steemians,
you have a few more days to vote for the 33rd weekly winner of my 7 World's Continents Photo Challenge who will be announced on Monday. The winner is voted by you based on the upvotes from the individual continents winner announcements. The winner of the weekly round receives 20 SBD from me and then enters into a monthly and possibly yearly challenge to compete for 200 SBD in total.
I have given out hundreds of SBD to the weekly and monthly winners and thousands of dollars worth of upvotes to winning participants. Now you have a chance to determine who will be the winner of the 33rd weekly round by upvoting the below winner announcements over the next few days. The competition is heating up and I am getting excited to see which image will be the winning one. The choice is yours! :)
@mata.lensa Asian Sunday entry:
Aceh, known as a million charms in terms of tourism, culinary and culture make this one city has its own charm. Lampu'uk Beach which became the best tourist icon today is the attraction of local and foreign tourists, each year its beaches get 12,000 to 15,000 tourists visit..
@vinceboisgard Australian Monday entry:
Australia has been a calling for traveling and a mind opener to me. Going wild, exploring the country while living the simple life! Inspirationally exploring the OZ's open road to infinity! A calling for you to explore more.
@malemdiwaproject Tuesday of Antarctica and World´s Oceans entry:
Sea is the most beautiful gift given by Allah SWT to man to meet all his needs. Aceh seaport holds a million charms of its beauty both the beauty of the underwater nature, the beauty of the beach that stretches as far as the eye view and the catch of fishermen are abundant and have high exportir quality so that Aceh has always been a world tourist destination.
@hansmast African Wednesday entry:
For one heart-stopping moment, this giant Simba was 7 feet away, had his eyes fixed upon me, and was walking right toward me in my open-sided safari vehicle. My pulse went through the roof, but at the last possible second, he turned aside and walked around our vehicle.
@rimicane European Thursday entry:
The Glyder Fawr is one of the amazing mountains in the Snowdonia, Wales, UK. There is a path to go up in this image. Climbing was ok, the walking back was a challenge because our feet were very shaky! The view from the top of the mountain was a breathtaking experience! There are two paths - challenging and moderate. Guess what - we took the challenging because it was the shortest up. What a mistake - always go for the longest because they are the easiest! Unless you are physically fit!
@justinmullet North American Friday entry:
Pacific Coast Sunset. The views from Panoramic Drive and Pan Toll Road are absolutely stunning. I took this photo a year ago from a hilltop above Pan Toll Road in the Mt. Tamalpais area north of San Francisco. After climbing to the top, I spent more than an hour watching the sun set over the Pacific Ocean, casting it's surreal light on the grass covered hills below me.
@mrprofessor South American Saturday entry:
Mount Fitz Roy, 3,405 m of pure granite. Among the most technically challenging mountains for mountaineers on Earth and one of the most beautiful scenaries for me. I went to El Chaltén in 2017 where I spent 5 days just siting there for hours looking at this mountains.
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: 22/1 update
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