We were so thrilled to have had so many wonderful submissions for our internationally-flavored photo contest from readers last week. The theme was Face of My Nation, and I think you’ll agree that these pictures paint beautifully the people that our community here at A Life Overseas is blessed to interact with daily.
Here’s how the contest will work: Look at the photos and choose your favorite. Comment the NUMBER of the photo in the comment section. You can vote more than once, but only once per day. Voting will end Saturday night, EST,at 9 pm. We will tally the comments , and winners will be announced next Sunday, June 16th. We will be giving away a $25 gift card from Amazon, and we have a few other surprises up our sleeves for winners, as well.
Obviously, please like and share this post to stimulate more voting. And, again, thanks to all who participated! We’re sure you will enjoy the following as much as we did, as they are beautiful reminders of the gift living overseas truly is.
– The Editorial Team, Laura, Angie and Rachel
ONE. From Rob in Haiti.
“To the very last pixel, this photo of Michel represents the tenacity, determined resilience, and spirit of the Haitian people.”
TWO. From Cydil in Albania
“Though mostly blind, when this Muslim man recognizes me, out of love and respect for my father, he takes his hat off and taps it on my head five times in some sort of blessing.”
THREE. From Mika in Uganda
“I was distracted on a recent Sunday morning by these boys who couldn’t decided if it was more interesting to continue playing in the rain or to commit to actually joining the church service.”
FOUR. From Alyssa in Mexico.
“This captures the life that ignites within the children and people of Rocky Point, Mexico when others spend a little time simply playing.”
FIVE. Mary Kay from Ghana.
“Helen is the face of the future of Ghana as she fetches safe water to drink for the first time from her village’s new borehole.”
SIX. Bill and Tammy from Tanzania
Pure Love Between Sisters.
SEVEN. From Michelle in Senegal.
“Beautiful girls waiting for their religious lesson.”
EIGHT. From Joel in Asia-Pacific
“The harvest is plentiful but the laborers are few . . .”
That’s it! Thanks again to all of our contestants. We so enjoyed seeing photos from literally all around the world! Remember voting will end Saturday, June 15th. To vote, simply leave a comment with ONE number– the number of the photo you liked most whether because of subject, caption, or quality of photography. You can vote more than once, but only once per day. Please feel free to share this post, as well, to encourage more voting. Thanks, friends!
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