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The Week’s Best Photo Location Submissions!

Cover Photo by Scott Goldsworthy

PHOTO CHALLENGE UPDATE

Congrats to Winner of the PIXEO Photo Challenge for March – Robbie Arlow! Stay tuned for his feature interview coming soon!

Robbie’s awesome Red Bridge photo above earned 174 Votes!

Honorable Mentions

Temple of the Wind God - Photo by Kuki Basto
Skyscraper View - Photo by Ashley Garvin
Grande Anse des Salines - Photo by Michel Bricteux
Hummelmora Ängar - Photo by Kristofer Liljeblad

Next month’s contest entries are already being added! Visit the PIXEO Photo Challenge page who is in the running so far, and get uploading for your chance to win the April Photo Challenge!

PHOTO GUIDE OF THE WEEK

SKELLIG MICHAEL

Discover the true story behind Luke Skywalker’s secret Jedi Temple hideout. This amazing location is a real place and has a fascinating history too.

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BEST SUBMISSIONS OF THE WEEK

Sunset Point Beach - Photo by Robbie Arlow

Sunset Point Beach is a small rocky beach overlooking the bay and a great place to shoot the Collingwood grain silos.

Robbie on Instagram @nikro_art_photography


Skipper Sculpture - Photo by @LightCapturedImages

“Skipper” is a sculpture in Leach Park right along the Mississippi River. Cyclists will pass this little stone thrower as they follow the bike path from Bettendorf into Davenport.


Melmerby Beach - Photo by Aaron Smith

Melmerby Beach has an amazing view looking out over the Northumberland Strait. This view is especially photogenic during blue hour with the amazing evening lighting.


Devil’s Kneading Trough - Photo by Scott Goldsworthy

The Devil’s Kneading Trough is a classic dry steep-sided valley formed by glacial action and is often described as Kent’s top beautiful viewpoint.


Abandoned House - Photo by Shawn M. Kent

Beautiful old abandoned house easily photographed from the roadside in the Prince Edward region of Ontario. 

Shawn on Instagram @shawnmkent


PIXEO HQ UPDATES

We continue to populate the web version of the photo locations map, and are working on a desktop photo upload for our users (a frequent feature request).

As always we’re experimenting with a few things, including this newsletter and more. So let us know what you like and what you don’t like. We love hearing your feedback. You can send us a message here!


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