Photo contest at Wired: Water


Another photo contest has been launched at Wired. This time the theme is water. Have fun with it.

One of my favorites from last year’s trip to Peru shows a couple of fishing boats on Lake Titicaca. This lake sits between Peru and Bolivia and is the highest commercially navigable lake in the world at about 12.5K feet above sea level. The water might seem unusually calm, but what was odd was that it cycled between very calm undulating waves as seen in the photo below, to rough pulsing water as we traveled from one of the islands (Taquile island, in fact) back to the mainland at Puno.

Fishermen on Blue Waves
Fishermen plying the waters of Lake Titicaca


One Response to “Photo contest at Wired: Water”

  1. Great Images here!

    Those who are interested, you may visit this link too: Skyline Glamour Photo Contest

    New! Our Free Skyline Glamour Photo Contest is open for your submission! The ratings will be based on the comments of the readers and the photos will be published in this page weekly. Photos up to 300k should be submitted via email to Tom Farago at skyline at

    Theme: Travel photography of city skylines with a glamour genre. There should be a beauty figure in the foreground and the city skyline in the background on the photo. See examples. Recommended scenes including building roofs, seasides, shores or windows where the skyline of the city could be nicely captured.

    Prizes: Each photo of the week will be selected among the daily winning photos of the corresponding week. Each photo of the month is selected among the weekly winning photos of the corresponding month. Monthly winners will receive a featured publication of their photo in the main page of this contest and the printed funzine of this contest.

    Eligibility: International Following the success of our last year skyline glamour photo contest, we recommend to focus to the following cities this year: Hong Kong, Tokyo, Toronto, Amsterdam, New York. Waiting for your submissions!


    Tom Farago / skyline at

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