Photo Contest

#goroadtrips2021

Go East of Edmonton Photo Contest Rules - We are looking for the BEST GO EAST OF EDMONTON PHOTOS! This contest is open to all photographers. Entrant must have taken the photos submitted and must be within East Central Alberta -- EAST OF EDMONTON. Entrants are allowed to submit up to 5 photographs. Photographs that have already been entered in our previous photo contests are not eligible.

Photos must represent the GO EAST of Edmonton Region (click here to see our regions) and must be tourism related (camping, golfing, boating, rodeos, fairs, roadtrips, scenery, wildlife, etc.)

Deadline to submit your photos is Sunday, October 31st.

Over $500 in cash will be awarded!

Photos have also been posted to Twitter, Facebook and Instagram by using hashtag #goroadtrips2021 and including a location.


QUESTIONS?  Contact: jolenek.design@gmail.com
*Rules and dates are subject to changes &/or additions.

See submissions below...

 

Neighbourhood Watch

Photo taken in a backyard in Ardmore. One does not need to be in large open spaces to see amazing sights in our night sky. This beautiful blue green aurora watches over those who sleep. I'm always grateful for sleepless nights! photo...

Lighting the Way

This photo was taken in Ardmore where railway avenue meets highway 28. This beautiful green beacon accompanies drivers on their way to Cold Lake. Our night skies are wondrous to behold! photo by Shaula Corr...

Starry Rainbow

Taken over the Ardmore fish pond along hwy.892. Sometimes even the aurora cannot outdo the magnificent starry nights we can observe here in the Northeast. Bands of colour are often detected at all times throughout the year....

Keep on Trucking

Taken at the Ardmore Fish Pond along highway 892. The aurora dances over the highway as a transport truck passes by. Our night skies are truly amazing, and Auroras are often present. photo by Shaula Corr...

Watermelon Rind

Taken in Ardmore where railway avenue meets Highway 28. We are blessed with truly magical skies here in the Northeast. This aurora appears like a watermelon rind tossed into the sky, the green rind with only a wee bit of fruit left...

Gaggle

Geese viewing at Foxhaven Storm Pond in Sherwood Park....

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