|Description:||Enter any of your best photos. The winning photos are the ones with the most votes. Voting ends two days after the competitions ends.|
|Competition Ended:||2012-03-11 ( 2012-03-11 )|
|Prize Description:||$10 added to your I SHOT IT account.|
|Votes:||Voting Results ( votes )|
Hi, my name is Andrew Millner and the photo was taken in Kenilworth Queensland Australia. The camera I used was a Canon 7D with a 100 400mm f4.5 lens. The photo only had to be cropped in post. Thank you to the I SHOT IT team for such a fantastic competition site and all the wonderful people that voted. The little bird in the photo is a Willie wagtail.
Thank you for all the votes! My name is Stuart Partridge and I took this picture with my trusty Nikon D90 on a river leading off from Crescent Lake in the Lake Clark Wilderness area of Alaska. I get a lot people tell me that the picture is oversaturated by looking at the color of the water but in fact with it being glacier run-off the water was naturally that color. Again, thanks for the votes! (my favorite was the photo of the man holding up the puppy)
Meet Bennie Cat our 8 year old rescue. I put a blanket on the floor and within seconds he was under it. I grabbed the closest camera and got off this one shot as he popped up. This photo definitely shows his personality. Nikon D5000, F5.6 @ 52mm, 1/30 w/flash. Thanks to everyone that voted for him. See more at
My name is Gregg, this photo was taken at the World Bird Sanctuary in Missouri. I used a Cano 50D with a Canon 70mm-200mm F/4 L lens. You can get very close to these birds since they are injured and being treated and cared for until they are well enough to return to the wild.
Shelly Greer Photo was taken at Grandfather Mountain, North Carolina Rebel XTi