We’re nearing the end of our travel photograph contest. We chose the weekly winners, but it’s up to you to pick the Grand Prize winner.
Vote below for one of these five, fantastic travel photographers, who will now be shooting with a Sony Cyber-shot DSC-RX100:
The week one winner for travel fun was:
Photographer David Elwood, who rode an ostrich and commented:
It doesn’t get better than riding an ostrich at the Curacao Ostrich farm. It makes you think of all the extraordinary activities that are out there waiting for you. David Elwood
The week two winner for off-the-beaten path travel:
Photographer Laura Raymond, who took on a 140 ft., super-vertical climb in Bandolier National Monument in New Mexico.
The week three winner for cultural travel:
Photographer Andrew Faulk, who visited the Jama Masjid, the largest mosque in Delhi, India. Faulk wrote:
Americans are often given false information about Islam and by stepping out of my comfort zones, I was able to see one of the most beautiful structures in the world filled with some of the most beautiful people in the world.
The week four winner for travel food:
Photographer Jason Boak whose journey for a Maine lobster dinner started in Wisconsin. Jason wrote:
From our road trip to Maine last fall. We rented a house near Belfast. Bought these fresh from at the dock and everything else from the local co-op market. A beautiful and delicious dinner in a spectacular place.
The week five winner for travel logistics:
Riding along the shores of the Dead Sea on a camel – I don’t know who was more smug, the camel or me.