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Welcome to my 7 World’s Continents Photo Challenge - South American Saturday - where the winner of the weekly round will be able to participate for the total of 200 SBD!
Today, you can participate by submitting your personal pictures from your travels to the continent of South America.
See the winner of the last week´s South American Saturday @itchyfeetdonica with the following entry:
Here's a photo I took at the Atacama desert region in North Chile. I was hiking towards a peak and was impressed by this amazing view. The neatly cut sand ridge formed a beautiful curve stretching towards the cliff in distance. The golden sun rays cast a dreamy shade on the whole scene. Truly magical!
Your entries need to be submitted by 8 AM Central European Time in order to be considered for the challenge with a description of approximately 30 to 50 words. Only use of personal images will be accepted and only one picture can be submitted for a daily photo challenge. Ten winning photos will receive a bigger upvote from me and ten runners-up will get a smaller one.
Chosen from the ten winning entries, the absolute winner of the day will receive extended publicity in my post tomorrow morning. I will also visit his/her blog to upvote one of the most recent posts. The winning picture of the daily challenge will then automatically enter other rounds with the absolute winner gaining approximately 200 SBD in total.
Please see the winners of the previous contests of the week and give them your support if you like their images to be the one winning the weekly price and entering the other stages of the 7 World’s Continents Photo Challenge. You can vote for them by upvoting their winner announcement posts below:
@amyalfatasya Asian Sunday entry:
The island located on the Indonesian border is the island of Sabang. This small island saves a million natural beauty. A stunning beach, and underwater beauty that makes this island very crowded with foreign tourists. A photo that I took on the Ujoeng beach kareung at sunrise some time ago on Sabang island.
@intrepidphotos Australian Monday entry:
A sixteen shot panorama of the milky way over the Warrumbungles. The area has little light pollution to disturb astronomical viewing and is home to the Siding Spring observatory which is has more than a $100 million in scientific equipment including 44 telescopes. The largest is the Anglo-Australian Telescope (AAT), a 3.9-metre equatorially mounted telescope, sits at an altitude of a little over 1,100 m and was ranked in 2009 as the fifth highest-impact of the world's optical telescopes. New South Wales, Australia
@bluebottlefilms Tuesday of Antarctica and World´s Oceans entry:
The beauty and grace of these creatures is astonishing. They glide effortlessly around our oceans impressing all that pass them by. This particular one had an interesting colouration that I had not seen before.
@crazy-andy African Wednesday entry:
It is Wednesday again and why not to try with another safari photo from Etosha NP, Namibia.
Did you know that oryx is also zebra. I did not till I went to Africa on safari and this is another thing why I love safaries so much.
@fotostef European Thursday entry:
Walking around Argos today, you can't suspect it has been inhabited since the Neolithic period! It is the biggest town in Argolis and a major centre for the area but all you can see is a small city not any different from many others in Greece.
And yet it has been continuously inhabited as at least a substantial village for the past 7,000 years and is a member of the Most Ancient European Towns Network!
@irvinesimages North American Friday entry:
Enchantment. I had been watching the smoke from a nearby forest fire drift towards Arches N P. Utah USA. The sunset colors were appearing as I hurried to find a spot to photograph what would become an enchanting scene. The smoke drifted over at the right time and it was amazing to watch.
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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