Travel Photo Award
For our 2018 Best in Travel Photo Award, share your favorite shot! Why do you love it? How did you create it? Submit a photo taken in the last two years.
Thank you for your participation!
Lisa Niver, We Said Go Travel
Date: Enter from August 1, 2018 to November 1, 2018
Theme: Your Favorite Photo
Deadline: Enter by midnight PST on November 1, 2018
Fees: This competition has no fee.
To Enter: CLICK HERE
1st Prize – $200 usd
2nd Prize – $100 usd
3rd Prize – $50 usd
Winners will be selected by our judges and We Said Go Travel Team. Cash prizes will be paid through PayPal in United States Dollars. All winning entries will be promoted on We Said Go Travel.
Photos will be published with the accompanying information given with the entry dependent on appropriateness and being family friendly (G rated). If your photo information is written in a language other than English, please also send an English translation.
Travelers of all ages and from all countries are encouraged to participate. You may submit up to three photos for our 2018 photo competition.
We are looking for an inspiring travel-oriented image that shows us your experience in the world with great subject, composition, lighting, perspective and storytelling. It must be your original photo that shares the people, places or cultures you have encountered. Do not submit studio or commercial photos.
All photos, which meet the requirements, will be published on this site, WeSaidGoTravel.com. Void where prohibited.
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International Travel Writers Alliance
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