Capture the Colour – Travel Photo Competition
We were recently contacted by the good the people at TravelSupermarket.com to participate in a new travel photo competition that’s circulating the travel blog community. Every once in a while we like to participate in blogger meme’s, like our travels from A to Z and 7 Super Shots, so we thought it would be fun to jump on the “Capture the Colour” bandwagon.
This one is pretty simple too.
To enter, bloggers simply publish a post that showcases 5 photos that “Capture the Colour”, as we’ve done below. The best part about this campaign is that bloggers also have the chance to win an iPad3 and up to 2,000 GBP (that’s over $3,000 CDN). Not a bad prize for sharing a few photos!
The five blogger judges are all great travel photographers that we’ve been following for a long time, so we have complete confidence they’ll select a deserving winner. To learn more and find out what each of the judges are looking for, visit Capture the Colour at Travel Supermarket.com.
Here are our travel photo submissions…
BLUE - Moraine Lake in Banff National Park, Alberta
Now THAT is Canadian outdoors at its finest!
GREEN – Rano Raraku on Easter Island
Without question, the most peculiar and unusual place we’ve ever visited.
YELLOW - Dancing at a sunset party in Rajasthan, India
We love how the young girl is spinning in this photo. It was a fun and memorable evening.
WHITE - Jaswant Thada Mausoleum in Jodhpur, India
We captured this photo of the “White Palace” from the gates of Mehrangarh Fort.
RED – Hiroshima Carp baseball fans in Yokohama, Japan
So much for home team advantage – these visiting fans were passionate!
Now the fun part. As part of the campaign, we must nominate 5 more travel bloggers to participate.
Here are our nominations…
- Mark from Migrationology.com
- Earl from WanderingEarl.com
- Matt from Landlopers.com
- Beth and Randy from BeersAndBeans.com
- Samuel from NomadicSamuel.com
Tag! You’re it!
Special thanks to VI from ShortTravelTips.com for the nomination – we appreciate it!
Make sure you follow the campaign on twitter using the hashtag #capturethecolour (for our American readers, note that “colour” is spelled the correct way – with a U!)