The theme for the November photo competition is "Lights". This covers any photo that involves large displays of lights (e.g., electric Christmas lights, large displays of candles, etc.). I'm celebrating Diwali (a Hindu religious holiday all about lights) this week and decided to make a theme about it.
You may make your submission as an answer to this post. The standard rules for photo contests apply:
- Up to three photos per answer. Photos in the same answer should be of the same subject.
- You can make up to three posts (attempts).
- Do not delete posts if you don't get votes: you posted it, stand by it. (You have two more attempts if your first one doesn't work out.)
- All submissions should have a line with when and where the photo(s) was/were taken, along with a description of the subject.
- The photo has to be taken by the person who posted it, or by a travel partner (needs to be named).
- Keep it nice, non-offensive, and non-NSFW.
- If you disagree with a photo, please consider leaving a comment on it or bringing it up in chat. For the purposes of judging, only upvotes will be considered; downvotes will not affect the score of the photo.
- The photo may have been taken any time.
- The photo competition will begin November 1, 2022, 0:00 UTC, and continue until the end of the month (again in UTC). If there is no tie for the highest number of upvotes at the end of the month, the winner will be announced then; if there is, the voting period may extend beyond the month. Posts submitted prior to the beginning date will not be considered.
If you'd like to suggest a theme for a future photo competition, please add it to the list of possible photo competition topics. Also, you can join us in chat to help us make the decision on which topic to choose.
After an extended voting period, Mark Mayo wins the bragging rights for the photo with the most votes, for their photo of the lights of Si O Se Pol Bridge.
Greg Hewgill wins the virtual prize for their photo of the lights of the BC Parliament buildings.