Contest open until Saturday, October 31, 2020
Forms of NatureWednesday, September 30, 2020
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This month our photo challenge will have a wild and extraordinary prize - You have the one-time chance to win a Wilderness safari in Botswana! To enter the challenge and get a chance to win this unforgettable trip, just snap a photo with the theme “My Wilderness”, upload the photo to MyOlympus and keep your fingers crossed.
For this challenge, we would love to see you push your creativity and imagination - be creative whenever and wherever you are. “My Wilderness” can be a variety of anything from macro photography to the wide urban jungle shots.
From the morning sunlight bursting through the leaves to an illuminated shop window steamed up from the cold, the glow of Autumn has its own special magic that makes us feel warm inside, even when the temperature drops. With all the amazing colours on show it’s undeniably one of the most photogenic times of year, making it the ideal focus for this month’s contest! You could capture something as simple as a tea light in a pumpkin or a string of fairy lights - however you interpret Autumn’s radiant charm is up to you, just make sure to share your most brilliant shots for a chance to win!
Contest open untilSaturday, October 31, 2020
Environmental Photo Festival »horizonte zingst« 2020
Our life is marked by encounters of all kinds. Encounters between humans and animals are the ones we are looking for in our new competition. Be it in the usual everyday life, work environments or when travelling: situations, in which humans and animals meet and interact, are manifold, often extremely emotional and sometimes even saddening...