AWAI’s Photographer’s Life Photo Contest

Lori Appling, Director of AWAI’s Travel and Photography division, sent me this note last week:

“Have you checked out this month’s photo contest yet? The theme is Blood, Sweat and Tears and we’ve got some good shots in there. It’s going to be a hard month to judge.

Go to: http://www.thephotographerslife.com/contest/categories.php?cat_id=7 and click on any of the pictures to enlarge them.”

I’m so proud of this forum Lori has created to share these wonderfully creative, evocative and beautiful photos. While most of the entries have been submitted by people taking our “Turn Your Pictures into Cash” program … anyone is welcome to participate.

Make a note to visit the site every month to view to the latest “theme” and submissions.

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Published: January 16, 2007

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