Photo of the Day: information
Look at submitted pictures and vote!
We invite you, dear visitor of this website, to contribute with photos to our new Photo of the Day
/ Photo of the Week
and "Photo of the Month
To take part, you only need to be sign up
(if you haven't yet), log in and you can start submitting
up to 3 pictures every month.
We offer attractive prices
for user-submitted pictures that make it to the Photo of the Month
Win attractive prices:from 2013: 100 EUR
cash or 150 EUR
travel voucher for each Photo of the Month (open to everyone who registers and uploads photos).
If you need help or have questions, please let us know (leave a comment or send us an email
).See also:Image pool
| Sign up
| Photo of the Week
| Photo of the Month
| Volcano Photography group on facebook
Try it out with guest account?
You can try out the functionality of and online account (e.g. upload photos etc) using our guest account for free:
Note: when using the guest account, you can upload photos, but they will not be eligible for selection and they can (and will) be modified or deleted sooner or later by admins or other users. This is just for illustration and playing around if you like...
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