Travel Photo Contest

Submit Photos from Paris, Italy, Spain and Peru and Win

Author: The Traveling Professor/Saturday, July 6, 2013/Categories: General Travel

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Here are the guidelines:
  • Photos must be in landscape mode
  • Photos should depict adult travelers with a well-known and recognizable site in either Paris, Italy (Rome, Florence, Venice, The Venetto), Spain, or Peru in the background.  See the examples below.
  • Submitted photos must be the exclusive property of the person submitting the photo.TP Photo Contest
  • By submitting a photo, you are giving permission to use the photo on the website
  • Submit photos as an attachment to emails sentl to  Put “Photo Contest” in subject line. In the body of the email include a link on Amazon.Com to the travel guide you would like to receive if you win.   I will also need your name and shipping address.
  • Winning prizes must be able to be ordered and shipped through
  • Please limit your submissions to up to 3 photos.

Winning photos will be featured on the home page of   Winners will be notified and have a choice of any travel guide available on from Rick Steves, Frommer’s, The Traveling Professor, or Lonely Planet.  Other photos may be seen on the “Media” section of  Any photos submitted will not be given to, sold, or otherwise distributed by me to any other person or entity without the express permission of the owner of those photos.

Good luck!

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