VOTE for the Best Photo of the Week 12 Nov 2016

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Welcome to the “Best Photo of the Week” competition showcasing and celebrating the biodiversity of Planet Earth.

Voting is easy and lots of fun. First click an image and browse through the slideshow.

Then select the three images you like best of all and click the VOTE button at the bottom of the page.

 

Toco Toucan (Ramphastos toco) perched on a branch in the Pantanal region of Brazil. Photo by Glenn Bartley

After registering your vote you will be able to see the current status of the voting. Voting will remain open for 6 days after which the results will be published.

Please leave any comments you might have at the bottom of this page.










 

The next competition starts on 26 Nov 2016
Winning photos will be featured on our banner
Upload Your Photo Here

 

Conditions of Entry

  • You have read and agree to the Terms of Service
  • You confirm that the photo copyright belongs to you.
  • The photo title and descriptive fields must be completed.
  • Photos in frames or with colored borders are not allowed.
  • Photos of pets, captive or domestic animals are not allowed.
  • Photos of paintings or drawings of wild animals are not allowed.
  • Photos not in accordance with conditions of use may be excluded.
  • Winning photos will also be featured on our blog’s rotating banner.
  • Images should not be duplicated by uploading into more than one gallery.
  • Composite photos created by superimposing two or more separate photos not allowed.

 

Supertrooper

Founder and Executive Editor

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Brenda Robinson
Brenda Robinson

I have never seen the snowy white owl do this, amazing shot!

M Leybra
M Leybra

What IS it doing, am having hard time to figure picture out.

Dave Waddell
Dave Waddell

I approached the snowy owl too closely and it launched to fly away so i took what photos i could. I chose this photo for the competition because it captured the bird’s wing position at the very end of it’s power stroke …something you rarely see and i thought that the viewer would enjoy it also…cheers…dave

Brenda Robinson
Brenda Robinson

Very cool and special shot indeed!

Dave Waddell
Dave Waddell

Thank you Brenda