Wild Weekly Photo Challenge: Spring

Spring has (hopefully) sprung where you live! In this challenge we want you to head outside and see if you can capture the beauty of spring in all it’s glory. If you happen to live somewhere where the snow and ice have yet to release their grip, that’s ok too – we’d love to see what Spring looks like in your area too.

On Wednesday, March 20th (at 2pm EST, so be sure to submit your entries before that time, even at 1:59pm!) we’ll choose 1 judge’s choice winner, 5 runner ups, and 1 audience choice winner & share their entries here on LetsBeWild.com, announcing the winners by the following day! Send your friends to this page to leave a comment-vote for your entry to win the audience choice award!

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Here are the quick & easy Challenge rules – please read them carefully so that you can be entered in the running to win!

  • To enter the challenge, create a new blog entry titled “Wild Weekly Photo Challenge – Look Up!” and Copy and Paste the html code in the box below into your blog entry (you’ll need to click the code tab) to let your followers know that you’re participating in the Photo Challenge so that they can join in the fun too.
  • Take one or more photos of something outdoors that represents Spring! Watermarks and signatures are fine, but shouldn’t cover the entire image.
  • The Audience Choice Winner will be decided based upon which entry below receives the most comments on this page – tell your friends and family to come and reply with a comment below your entry here on LetsBeWild.com! Everyone can vote for as many entries as they like.
  • Comment on this page with the URL to your blog entry! After 7 days, we will announce the 1st Place Winner, Audience Choice Winner, and 5 Honorable Mention Winners, all of whom will have their winning shots with a link to their blog featured here on LetsBeWild.com
  • Be sure to visit the blogs of other people entering the Weekly Challenge & leave them some comment love too!
  • Both professionals and amateur photographers are welcome to participate, and both stand an equally good chance of winning!


51 Responses

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    lagottocattleya

    Spring is indeed what we are longing for…but it’s snowing heavily and the temperature is about 5 degrees below zero. Should I enter snow photos or should I enter spring photos showing spring as it will look like when it arrives here? (photos from last spring?) See you!

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    Pauline Carroll

    Lovely subject, being down under we are just moving into autumn, but I have so many spring photos in my files I will enjoy going through them for this challenge

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      Barbara W. Beacham

      I absolutely love this shot! I have relatives in Holland, and we have heard about the season as it progresses there. This is just amazing and should be an award winner!

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        Anton Zeuthen

        Wow, thank you so much Barbara, that is high praise! Yeah, the seasons in northern Europe are very interesting indeed, although cold! :-)

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      jody

      good eye! I couldn’t help but wonder how many people might pass something like that in a day and miss the beauty in the way you’ve reflected upon it.

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      jody

      I enjoyed your depictions of how spring is forcing itself upon winter, leaving it no choice but to retreat :)

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      jody

      apparently I missed the Reply to you – let’s try this again, in the appropriate place:
      they’re all wonderful, but the hummingbird really drew me in

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      jody

      I agree with your take on Spring – one of my favorite things to do in the spring when my boys were younger was to go visit the duck pond & let them feed the ducks. We would walk around & stay occupied there for hours. One of my fondest springtime memories. Thanks for resurrecting it!

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        Seas Reflecting Starlight

        My pleasure – that sounds like a wonderful way to spend time in the spring, especially with young kids. Their joy and excitement of exploring nature must have been a special experience for you all. Thank you for sharing your fond memories.

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