Thank you to all the photographers that participated in the Changing Of Seasons Photo Contest, sharing their best photos showing the changing of seasons. Congratulations to the winners and finalists, and a special round of applause for the Grand Jury Winner who wins a Sony camera.

"The reasons of this choice are the followings. When I’m shooting a landscape or looking at landscape’s pictures I’m looking for a feeling. For sure the technical elements like composition, lights, how the colors work together and so are essentials but it’s just a start base. So a landscape picture is for sure something a bit personal and I feel more things with moody/dark/cloudy photos than sunsets. With the picture of guymoberly I really like the atmosphere. A dark background in opposition with a lighter foreground, something like an invitation to take the path to go and see what’s happening in the “dark”. Also the composition of the path and the waterfall lead both to this invisible area where I want to go and see what’s there. A great shot!" - Nicolas Jutzi

A special thanks to our friend and professional photographer Nicolas Jutzi for his collaboration as a guest judge. Nicolas is a thirty-two-year-old professional photographer and cinematographer based in Switzerland. He has been interested in photography since his teenage years. He knew a career in photography would be challenging, so he followed the classical way and got a university degree first. In 2009 he got his Master in Sport Science. However, his passion for photography was more alive than ever and he decided to start his career as a living photographer. His favorite subjects are outdoor sports, more particularly sailing and mountaineering. He also do corporate and studio work. Today his work includes both photography and video, in Switzerland as well as worldwide.

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