(Google translate from Czech)
That this is a strange question?
It is and it is not. For many people, at a time of strict measures against a pandemic, there is really only a window left for contact with nature.
As you probably understand, my introductory question was not asked by chance. I wanted to prepare you a bit for the new topic of the Thematic Challenge. I will not strain you and tell you straight away that the topic is the third Thematic Challenge
They are a source of life-giving rain but also a source of devastating floods. They are small or large or cover the whole sky. In many cases, they have interesting shapes that brighten our imagination.
They are an integral part of nature.
Do you observe and photograph the clouds? In that case, this weekly challenge is for you :-)
In the competition article, describe the circumstances under which you took the photo, write how the monitored cloud affected you and why you think it was an experience that others should learn about.
As always, I give a small example for your inspiration:
On one of my walks, I reluctantly watched as condensation tracks (lines) spread across the sky behind the flying planes. However, my displeasure slowly turned to amazement. The air currents high above the ground and the different temperatures of the air layers caused the condensation traces to change. Nature again dealt with human intervention and created a fascinating formation.
I have no idea what you see in the picture, but for myself I compared it to a swan.
Let us appreciate that nature is still able to eliminate some human interventions in its natural course. But let us be responsible and not cause unnecessary worries to nature.
If you are considering participating in this challenge, please read the following lines carefully.
- Publish your contribution IN AN AMAZING NATURAL COMMUNITY. You can also use TAG #amazingnature if you want
- CLEARLY state that your entry is an ENTRY in this competition.
- All images must be your own. You can use an amazing nature banner if you like or you can create your own.
- In the TEXT Indicate why these pictures represent YOUR AMAZING NATURE. This is an ESSENTIAL part of this competition.
- Place a link to your post IN COMMENTARY. You can add an image if you want. It is NECESSARY because I have to publish a link in Discord on Sunday, 5 days later for voting and also for my own compilation purposes.
- The input window is open ~ 5 DAYS. Pay attention to - CLOSED in the title. Pay attention to the time bar (PeakD)
- Only competition entries that correspond to the assigned topic will be included in this competition
- It is NOT possible to submit the main competition announced by the leader of the @adalger community and this thematic competition with one contribution. If this happens, such a contribution will not be included in the thematic competition.
1st: 3 HIVE
2nd: 2 HIVE
3rd: 1 HIVE
I will introduce all participants in the entry section of the announcements, which will be published about a week later on Tuesday (according to my schedule, this may change). This way you will have a nice compilation of all.
How are winners selected?
The entire DNA community will vote for the winners. That's why we created a special competition channel
# challenge-entries in DNA Discord (Amazing Nature Contest). Here I will publish a post with the announcement including the winners (Announcement) EVERY MONDAY together with all your contributions (Contributions) EVERY SUNDAY. Each DNA member will be able to assign a "voting emoji" under the items for 24 HOURS. In the end, the lucky winners are three of them. In case of a draw, I will join as a judge.
click banner by @barbara-orenya
Amazing Nature Community regularly appreciates your articles and photos.
Therefore, pay attention
- a regular competition organized by the @adalger community leader
- Amazing Nature Curation articles written by @redheadpei, @nelinoeva and @tinta-tertuang community moderators
- news in the field of nature from the moderator @juanbg
- THEMATIC CHALLENGE from @bucipuci
The Amazing Nature Community team is pleased with your interest in nature and welcomes all ORIGINAL articles and photos. At the same time, however, he points out that there is no place in the community for PLAGIATES.