Winner’s Choice Photography Giveaway


Giveaway! This week is certainly off to a good start with a winner’s choice giveaway from photographer, Tricia McKellar of EyefulTricia has generously decided to allow the winner of this giveaway to select any 8×10 print from her shop as a prize, and with dozens of prints to choose from, it is going to be a difficult decision. Retail value $30. Here are a few of the images you will find in Tricia’s shop…


How do you enter the giveaway?

There are several ways to play and you may enter up to three times. First, visit Tricia’s shop, Eyeful, and browse around for your favorite 8×10 photograph, then come back here and tell us which one you would most like to win. Second way to play, answer this question in the comments: What is your favorite subject to photograph and why? Third, twitter or blog about this giveaway or Tricia’s shop or website and leave a link in the comments here.

The giveaway will end on November 9th  at 11:59 pm eastern time.

“¦Visit Tricia McKellar’s shop, Eyeful“¦ and her website

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Absolutely beautiful! It was hard to choose, but I am going with Many and One. It reminds me how beautiful it is to be one of a kind, not part of the masses, on your own path. But still a part of the whole.

olive & hope

Absolutley beautiful! It was hard to choose…but I am going with Many and One. It reminds me how beautiful it is to be one of a kind, on your own path, not one of the masses. But still a part of a whole.

Thanks for the giveaway! 🙂

olive & hope

Hi, I love Tricia McKellar’s works. They are all so beautiful. But I really really, really had to choose one, it would be ‘pause’.

Vasundhara Prakash

Afternoon Sunlight and Lens Flare through the Trees, 8×10 Fine Art Photograph by Tricia McKellar

I really love the light filtering through the trees in this one.
Here is the link to my twitter where i just posted this
and my favorite subject to photograph would have to be buildings.I love the clean lines you can get in picture of a building, and with the different angles you can make it look like something else entirely.

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