Photo Contest Week 1… Vote here!


Photo Contest Week 1

The first week of the photo contest is now over.  Have no fear though, there are still three more to go.

In each week I will pick the 4 or 5 best photos and place them in a post where you will be able to vote on your favourite. If you didn’t make the top 5 for the week, don’t be discouraged.  You can send in another photo for this upcoming week.  Also, photo’s that do not make the cut will be carried over to next week.

To submit a photo for next week’s voting please send the image and a title to photocontest@brendansadventures.com

To vote for a photo just type the title pf the photo you would like to vote for in the comments box at the bottom of the post.

Next Friday, when I post the new entries, I will be announcing the winner of this week.  The winner of this week will be entered into the final 4 and be that much closer to winning a free calendar and photo book.

Here are this week’s top 5 photo entries:

A Chile Morning

A Chile Morning by Dustin Chappell

Waves of Sand

Waves of Sand by Skip Pollock

Romantic Road

Romantic Road by Clark Kays

Roman empire

Roman empire by Sarah Wu

Santorini Sunset

Santorini Sunset by Peter Kennedy


Author: Brendan van Son

Author: I am a travel writer and photographer from Alberta, Canada. Over my years as a travel photographer, I have visited 6 of the 7 continents and more countries than I have any desire to count. If you want to improve your skills, be sure to check out my travel photography channel on Youtube . Also, check out my profile on . to learn a little bit more about me and my work.

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  1. We rented a car a week of exploring in Bavaria and the Austrian Alps. We found a hotel in a small town by the name of Berwang, and our place was right at the foot of a mountain. On one of our drives into town, we pulled over and I hiked up the very dewy hill to capture this shot. The timing was perfect. Some clouds were coming in, and I particularly liked the low clouds in the valley. There were cows roaming close by, and you could hear their bells ringing.

    We stuck around this area for sunset as well, and you can see those and other photos in our Flickr album: http://www.flickr.com/photos/touncertaintyandbeyond/sets/

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