Yesterday I was sat at the airport reviewing my favourite 20 images that I took in the Galapagos Islands on this recent project with the Ecuadorian Ministry of Tourism and the #FeelAgaininEcuador project, and thought to myself: “I’ll bet these would look great printed and framed”. And, yes, I know that sounds completely conceded, but I think the Galapagos Islands will make any photographer feel like a completely ringer. They aren’t exactly easy to photograph, but they give you every opportunity to create completely unique imagery.
Anyways, after patting myself on the back a bit, I thought: “I should print one of these… and give it away”.
Thus, I decided to come up with a bit of a contest to give away a print from the Galapagos Islands!! Info below.
About the Image
I’ve decided that it wouldn’t really be fair to chose an image for you. Rather, I’ve narrowed down my favourite 20 photos from the Galapagos, and if you win, I’ll let you pick the image you want. You can find the images over here in a gallery: https://brendanvanson.smugmug.com/The-Galapagos-Islands/n-xw8B4Z/
How to Enter
I’m a big fan of raffles. So, I’m using an app called RaffleCopter to do this contest. The way it works is simple. You get a certain amount of entries into the raffle based on completing certain tasks. You can see all the tasks in the widget below. The contest ends October 28th when I’ll be announcing the randomly selected winner.
a Rafflecopter giveaway
Terms and Conditions
- The winner will get their selection of printed image from the gallery at 12”x18”
- Worldwide shipping is included.
- Entry is open worldwide
In case you’re too lazy to head to the gallery to see the images, I’ve posted 7 of my favourites here to this blog post. Enjoy!
What’s Next on the Travel Photography Blog
In real time, I’m off to Cuba this weekend. I’ll be there for nearly 3 weeks. Of course, I’ll also have a number of blog posts from this trip to the Galapagos Islands. I created 3 on location vlogs from the islands. I’ve also got a review of the Canon 100-400mm lens I used for a lot of these image in this article.