Hello fellow Steemians,
you have a few more last days to vote for the 24th 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 24rd 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! :)
@racheleecious Asian Sunday entry:
This was taken last year when we go to a trip in Albay, Philippines. This is the perfect coned shape volcano, the Mayon Volcano. I took this picture because of the perfect reflection of its image in the ricefield with water. This volcano explodes last January 2018. Mayon is the one of the many tourist destination here in the Philippines.
@akirachang Australian Monday entry:
I took this photo at Brisbane story bridge. It is a heritage-listed steel cantilever bridge connecting northern and southern Brisbane. At night, the bridge's purple lights lit up half of the Brisbane river into a deep purple colour. Conjunction with the building light beside, It makes a great contrast at night. A really unique scenery in Brisbane Australia.
@dmytrokorol Tuesday of Antarctica and World´s Oceans entry:
Morning on Praia do Pinhao in Lagos, Portugal. I wasn't sure I need to get off the bed that rainy morning and drive 30 km to this beach, but I glad I did it. A thin line of clear sky appeared on the horizon just in time to show let the rising sun enlighten everything around.
@fjorenca African Wednesday entry:
This picture was taken at sunset in the Erg Chebbi dunes of Morocco. Our caravan stopped to enjoy the color transformations of the desert. Even my camel seemed to be admiring the sunset. I asked our berber guide if he ever gets sick of this view. He said "The desert is my home; this is where I feel that I belong."
@francismoure European Thursday entry:
This is a photo taken in Russia, specifically in the red square of Moscow, where it is shown to the Cathedral of St. Basil, at night it looks much more spectacular than in the day, this is a very famous cathedral, mostly because of its domes in the shape of a bulb, for us tourists. But without a doubt it is a very beautiful place.
@scottshots North American Friday entry:
Back in March 2016, I was incredibly lucky to shoot the famous Fly Geyser. It was tough for most photographers to shoot because it sat on protected private property in Nevada, USA near the town of Gerlach. A good friend of mine met the property owner by chance and we ended up with the elusive permission to photograph it. The property is now owned by Burning Man. Visiting the geyser is currently not allowed but it looks like they will be opening the area to visitors in the future. This is a 30 second shot, lit with a headlamp.
@itchyfeetdonica South American Saturday:
When I lived in Chile, I traveled through its fantastic long land. Compared to Patagonia in the south, the Atacama region in the north offers more otherworldly views. This is a picture I took there in the Moon Valley at sunset. It felt so surreal surrounded by the orange moon-like landscape, with the photogenic Licancabur Volcano in the distance.
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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