On behalf of National Geographic and Energizer I want to let you know about the Energizer Ultimate Photo Contest. As a Photography blogger, I thought you and your readers might be interested in this unique opportunity now in its third year.
Send in your best photos in categories like Animals/Wildlife, Travel and Weather for a chance to win a National Geographic Expeditions trip for two to the Greek isles and a feature in the December issue of National Geographic magazine.
I got this by email and it was simply too good not to share!
Needless to say that I am not the copyright holder of these pictures, I am sharing them just for their beauty and the joy of your eyes. Hope you enjoy the show
With all the tsunami talk going on lately, everyone seems to start hating the sea.
This post is a small reminder of how amazing the underwater is and how much we should love it and preserve it.
It is also dedicated to all the diving photographers out there , thanks for sharing this amazing world through your lenses and hats off for all the hard work it takes to take good pictures in such a challenging environment
It has been some time since I last gave out some flickr love so here we go for round 3.
The drill is pretty simple, the short version is that if you want a testimonial on your flickr account just add me as a contact and drop a comment here on the post.
I will be writing testimonials for the first 10 people who reply to this post with a link to their flickr stream.
So here goes the long version now
Photo by Ricardo Navarro (Doc)
Every now and then I get an email from people with new photography/photo blogs introducing their press.
Unfortunately I cannot link to all these blogs in my Saturday Links Fever section but I do understand, and still feel, the need to be read when you are just starting.
So ladies and gents here is the deal. If you are the owner of a young photography or photo blog drop me a comment on this post with a link to your blog and a brief description and I will honor you all with a post in one week time.
And now the rules