Hello fellow Steemians,
you have a few more days to vote for the 34th 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 34th 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! :)
@crazy-andy Asian Sunday entry:
Place on the photo is famous Mount Bromo in Indonesia. Locals call it Gunung Bromo and this volcano is one of top Indonesia’s attractions as it offers amazing scenery. Tip: wake up early and be there at sunrise – well worth getting up!.
@vinceboisgard Australian Monday entry:
Right in Sydney's CBD is a harbour named the "Darling Barbour" it is a very nice to visit. You can picnic around the marina and the view over the city is great. I went for a walk ever there during the night and captured Sydney's skyline.
@mata.lensa Tuesday of Antarctica and World´s Oceans entry:
Gampong Jawa Is one of the places where fishermen do the activity of pulling nets. This location is also a place for photographers to look for the moment. How not, the sea which is 3km away from the center of Banda Aceh city and also facing directly with the Indian Ocean offers a million enchanting natural beauty.
@jpphotography African Wednesday entry:
Sunrise in the Sahara. The sand dunes of the Moroccan Sahara are an amazing sight. The huge amounts of piled sand are everything but boring, since the strong winds and the sun constantly change the patterns and colours of the dunes.
@ansharphoto European Thursday entry:
Two Towers, Bologna. This part of the city, built when Bologna was at the peak of its power and wealth, was once dotted with towers. In fact, one of Bologna’s many affectionate nicknames is “la turrita,” or the “city of many towers.” There were once hundreds of towers in the city; some were built for defensive purposes and many others built by powerful families, continually attempting to one-up each other.
@irvinesimages North American Friday entry:
Golden Moonrise. Its such a beautiful event to witness and even more amazing to photograph, for those who are clever enough to figure out the right place and the right time. And then be lucky enough to receive the right light. This is a photo of Cathedral Rock in Beautiful Sedona, Arizona USA.
@itchyfeetdonica South American Saturday entry:
Machu Picchu is a place that I was a bit reluctant to visit at first, simply because it's too famous. I was afraid to be drowned in the crowds just visiting an Inca citadel situated on a mountain ridge. But when I was there, I was totally amazed by how the extensive structures from 15th century sat in perfect harmony with the natural setting and the camelids. Especially when I stayed late till it's shrouded by mist, the whole place felt like a wonderful fairyland.
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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