And this blog post is actually our entry!
What you have to do is to post five of your favourite photos...one of each depicting the colours yellow, red, green, white, and blue.
It was pretty tough sorting through six years of photos. And even more difficult finding photos where one colour stands out more than anything else and have the photo be good enough to enter into a contest. But, while there will be one overall winner picked, there are also winners for each colour category.
Plus, our photos were taken with a little $150 pocket camera and we're competing against some people who are using thousands of dollars worth of photography equipment. So all we can do is to be hopeful that following photos will stand out to the judges. Like they say, you can't win if you don't enter the contest!
(Don't forget you can click on the photo to make it full size.)
Taken in the market at San Cristobal de las Casas in Chiapas, Mexico. The vendor said it was okay to take a picture, providing their faces were not shown. Many of the indigenous people of Chiapas believe that part of your soul disappears when your photo is taken!
Admiring the view at Taxco, Mexico. Typical Mexican dog having a siesta is not bothered by our presence!
Hiking near the town of Terchova, Slovakia. These hills are full of wonderful hiking trails and we could have spent weeks there. Beautiful part of the world!
An early winter dusting of morning snow at Waterton Lakes National Park in Alberta, Canada near the Montana border. Our favorite Canadian national Park.
A Chiapas Indian woman and her daughter with some of the handmade goods that they sell in Chamula, Mexico.
Okay, so there are our five entries! Only thing left to do is to nominate five other bloggers to follow our lead and post entries of their own. Of course you're under no obligation to do so, but I would love to see some your favourite pics!
Judy at Travels with Emma
Laurel at Monkeys and Mountains
Dalene and Pete at Hecktic Travels
Charles and Micki at The Barefoot Nomad
Jenna at This Is My Happiness