Win Big Island Kona-grown coffee in HAWAII Magazine’s Photo of the Week contestby: Maureen O'Connell
posted: Mon Oct 08, 2012 at 01:55 PM
Got a great photo taken in Hawaii? You are cordially invited to enter it in our HawaiiMagazine.com Reader Photo of the Week contest.
We're now approaching our fifth year of asking HAWAII Magazine and HawaiiMagazine.com reader ohana to send us their best photos taken in Hawaii — places, scenery, people and, really, anything that captures a moment of life in the Islands. Over the years, we’ve accumulated a stunning gallery of HawaiiMagazine.com Reader Photo of the Week winning photos.
From serene and dramatic sunrise/sunset photos, to snapshots of our lush rainforests and valleys, to unforgettable vacation moments, the members of our reader ohana always manage to surprise and amaze us with their knack for capturing Hawaii through the camera lens.
Each week’s winning photo is featured for one week on our HawaiiMagazine.com homepage. After that, the winning photo gets a lifetime spot in our Photo of the Week winners gallery. For added inspiration, each week’s winning photographer also receives a one-pound bag of 100 percent Kona-grown coffee from Hula Daddy.
Since 2002, Hula Daddy owners Lee Paterson and Karen Jue have produced award-winning roasts from their farm in the heart of the Big Island’s Kona Coffee Belt. Our thanks to Hula Daddy for offering our winners such a fantastic prize, and sending it straight to their doorsteps.
In addition to your mailing address, contest entries must be accompanied by a few sentences about the photo (when and where snapped, the story behind the shot, etc.). Here's the cutline text that serves as a caption for the winning entries pictured here: (top) "I took this photo on Waikiki beach sometime around 5:30 a.m., as the clouds were building behind Diamond Head before sunrise. It was a spectacular view and, really, the photo doesn't do it justice." (Bottom) "Surfers celebrate the Christmas Day holiday with a ride on an extra-large swell at Waimea Bay."
For more information about contest rules, click here.
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Photo: (top) Greg Spraker of Alexandria, Va.; and (bottom) Doug Palama
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