Hit Us With Your Best Shot
The winner of last week's contest, a gallery of our top picks, plus entry info for the next
Thanks to all who entered the first PopSci photo contest. You certainly didn’t make the job of picking a winner easy, but after much deliberation we chose Piper vonSederholm’s beautiful shot of a Sea Nettle jellyfish.
The first contest was such a hit, we’re rolling out another. This week’s theme: The Man-Made World. Drop your best shots into the pool. Full rules (and more info about Piper’s photo), after the jump.
From Piper vonSederholm:
Photographers! We want to feature your work on PopSci.com. Upload your photos, and the editors’ pick will be highlighted on the site, along with a short profile of the photographer. This week’s contest’s theme is “The Man-Made World” (which leaves you plenty of room for interpretation) and our winner will be chosen on Friday, August 15, 2008.
A few guidelines:
- All photos must be taken by the submitting photographer. Do not submit other people’s work.
- Please include, in the info section on the submission page, a short explanation of what the photograph is and how it exemplifies The Man-Made World.
- There is no cap on submissions per photographer. Please enter as many of your pieces as you’d like.
Click here to submit your photos and view other entries. You must join the group to view all entries.
See last week’s runners-up here.
Sea Nettle Jellyfish—This Week’s Winner!
Swarm of Bees
Seed Like Wings