1st Place wins a 32" LCD flat screen TV, a year of ViewBug PRO and exposure via ViewBug and Greenpeace.
 This sleek HDTV delivers crystal-clear pictures and brings out the best of HD programming. Featuring a 3,000:1 dynamic contrast ratio, the LCD HDTV produces vivid pictures in widescreen aspect ratio so you can enjoy the picture from anywhere in your room. It can be used as a computer monitor using the VGA port as well. It features three HDMI ports and boasts of a competent 6.5ms response time, which makes it popular with avid console gamers. The digital broadcast HDTV can render a maximum resolution of 1366 x 768 pixels.

2nd Place wins a ThinkTankPhoto Pack bundle including the Artificial Intelligence pack, 2 Cable Management pack and a Digital Holster. Plus a year of ViewBug PRO.

Top People's Choice wins a MPIX stand out metallic print of submitted photo plus a year of ViewBug PRO.

Born in Madrid, Spain, Daniel Beltrá is a photographer based in Seattle, Washington. His passion for conservation is evident in images of our environment that are evocatively poignant. The most striking large-scale photographs by Beltrá are images shot from the air. This perspective gives the viewer a wider context to the beauty and destruction he witnesses, as well as revealing a delicate sense of scale. After two months of photographing the Deepwater Horizon Gulf Oil Spill, he produced many visually arresting images of the man-made disaster. His SPILL exhibit premiered in August 2010, toured around the globe in 2011 and will continue into 2012.

Over the past two decades, Beltrá’s work has taken him to all seven continents, including several expeditions to the Brazilian Amazon, the Arctic, the Southern Oceans and the Patagonian ice fields. For his work on the Gulf Oil Spill, in 2011 he received the Wildlife Photographer of the Year Award , the Lucie Award for the International Photographer of the Year – Deeper Perspective, and was chosen as one of the six finalists for Critical Mass for Photolucida. In 2009, Beltrá received the prestigious Prince’s Rainforest Project award granted by Prince Charles. Other highlights include the inaugural “Global Vision Award” from the Pictures of the Year International in 2008. In 2007 and 2006 he received awards for his work in the Amazon from World Press Photo. Daniel’s work has been published by the most prominent international publications including The New Yorker, Time, Newsweek, The New York Times, Le Monde, and El Pais, amongst many others. Daniel Beltrá is a fellow of the prestigious International League of Conservation Photographers.

Learn more at danielbeltra.com

PhotosGreenpeace and ViewBug are looking for the best photos displaying the power generated by nature; lightning, storms, waves and man-made energy sources.

Limit: 1 entry per participant

Participation: You must own all legal rights to submitted photos

Photo Format: Color, B&W, RAW and Medium formats are accepted

Copyright: You maintain the rights to all of your submissions

Judging: The contest submissions will be judged based on the creativity, originality and in accordance to the contest theme. 

Vote from August 5th until August 16th, 2012