Week 3 winners of the Power of Light ContestAnother round of great photos! And videos are starting to come in.
Congrats to this week's five photo winners and five video winners! They'll all be getting TIKKA PLUS² headlamps. PHOTO WINNERS
1. Helloween by kacnje (score: 3.4361)
TIKKA² contest winners: Week 2The results are in for this week's winners of the TIKKA² - Power of Light photo contest! Below are the four images that received the highest score from the public between November 7 and 14. Winning photographers will receive a new TIKKA PLUS² headlamp.
The third group of YEP says goodbye to BorneoThe newest Young Explorers return home to spread Pangaea’s message, while South African explorer Mike Horn sails on to new horizons in the fight for nature.
“All we want to show you is that anything is possible. I have given you a key: the door is open, so walk through it.”
US -back in the gamerunning laps for the cameras on the classic "White Rastafarian". Was this my 6th or 7th time in north America? I started loosing track... but hey, the amount of times is not at all important. The experience has been great every time and this one didn't let me down either.
TIKKA² Contest - This week's winners!The TIKKA² photo/video contest has been live one week and we've recieved lots of great submissions. Congratulations to this week's winners!
They were voted on by the public (taking into account the number of stars awarded and the total number of votes) and each winner will receive a TIKKA PLUS² headlamp. Here are this week's winners:
The TIKKA² Power of Light contest - The Game has begun...And it's on! The The Power of Light TIKKA2 contest has begun! We've received the first submissions and they're now onliine. Judging from those on the site right now, it's going to be hard for the jury to make a final decision!
Mike Horn expedition's agendaThe Borneo project has begun!
With 736 000 km² of land mass, Borneo is the third largest island in the world after Greenland and New Guinea. It's divided between the countries of Indonesia, Malaysia and Brunei. The population of the island is about 10 million, making for a population density of 16 inhabitants/km².