Hello fellow Steemians,
I am very excited to announce the 87th weekly winner of my 7 World's Continents Photo Challenge that you have voted for over the past couple of weeks. The winner was based on your votes on daily winners announcements from each and every World Continent for that respective week.
Please give a huge shout out to the winning submission of the 87th week from @bluebottlefilms and his entry below:
The clarity of the water at my local marine sanctuary is amazing at the moment. I love it when the conditions are like this and have been getting down there as much as possible. The northern beaches of Sydney are so lucky to have Cabbage Tree Bay on it's doorstep!
His amazing picture received total upvotes from you in the amount of $9.72! Apart from my upvotes on one of his posts, I am sending 20 SBD to @bluebottlefilms as the price for winning the weekly round.
From here, his stunning picture from World´s Oceans automatically enters the second round where it will compete against the previous and upcoming winners from the month of May for the price of 40 SBD. You can help @bluebottlefilms to be the winner of the monthly round by upvoting this post in order not to only win 40 SBD but to also enter into the yearly challenge to compete against other winners of the upcoming monthly challenges to receive another 100 SBD for winning the whole competition.
Please see the previous weekly winners from the month of May below:
@fotogruppemunich and his week 84 winning entry:
My picture was taken in Manly. I was out at night to take some pictures of the beach. Due to the long exposure the water became smooth. I was able to catch some stars as well.
@phortun and his week 85 winning entry:
Located just outside of the small village of Piste in the north-central part of the Yucatan Peninsula, Mexico, the Ik Kil Cenote ranks among the most beautiful and visited cenotes in the area. The cenote measures approximately 60 m (200 ft) in diameter and it is up to 40 m (130 ft) deep. The water surface is 26 m (85 ft) below the ground level of the surrounding landscape. A staircase was carved into the walls so that the visitors can get down to the water and enjoy some nice swim and snorkel.
@liltammy and her week 86 winning entry:
The Cocora valley is a valley in the department of Quindío in the country of Colombia. It is located in the Central Cordillera of the Andean mountains. "Cocora" was the name of a Quimbayan princess, daughter of the local chief Acaime, and means "star of water". The valley is part of the Los Nevados National Natural Park.
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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