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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 @nikollettesunday with the following entry:
These guys stole the show. I didn’t care about Machu Picchu, I didn’t care about history of Incas and I didn’t care about the weather. I just wanted to cuddle up with them! The loveable llamas at Machu Picchu still roam freely around the ground of Machu Picchu. They are so photogenic and show us they are owners of this place!
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:
@vinceboisgard Asian Sunday entry:
A man changing the prayer flags under Buddha's Wisdom eyes. A colourful scene from boudhanath, the world biggest circular Stupa located in Kathmandu. Once a years the flags are changed and the lotus petal pattern are refreshed.
@jpphotography Australian Monday entry:
Devils Marbles in the Australian Outback. The Devils Marbles are an incredible rock formation: The round rocks are surrounded by the vast landscape of the Outback. Some of the giant rocks are split in the middle which makes for some amazing photos!
@intrepidphotos Tuesday of Antarctica and World´s Oceans entry:
Sunset over P.P. Long Beach with some longtail boats (ruea hang yao) parked for the day. This shot was taken just about a month before the 2004 Boxing Day or Indian Ocean tsunami wiped out everything on the island including most of the beautiful people there. Phi Phi Don is a rugged limestone island with development confined to a low sandbar isthmus separating two main wings of the island and did not stand a chance. The waves up to 30 metres (100 ft) high ended up taking the lives of approximately 280,000 people across 14 countries. Ko Phi Phi Don. Ko Phi Phi Archipelago, Andaman Sea, Thailand. Shot taken of Fuji Velvia Slide Film.
@extremejogging African Wednesday entry:
There are few things as romantic as a walk along a deserted beach during a proper African sunset. No filtering or editing applied... just an epic sunset on the South coast of South Africa.
@fotogruppemunich European Thursday entry:
In this picture you can see the Eibsee. He is in Bavaria (Germany) you can walk around him to see all the beauty. The mountain in the background is the Zugspitze. It is the highest mountain in Germany. he is 2962 meters high.
@justinmullet North American Friday entry:
Marin County California. Last April while visiting northern California, I drove up to Mt. Tamalpais and then to the adjacent hills in Marin County to watch the sunset. I parked the car next to this road (behind me) and climbed the steep grass covered hill until I found a perfect perch to watch the sunset. As the sun got closer to the horizon the light turned almost unnaturally red, and covered these hillsides in the most magical light.
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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