Hi fellow Nature Lovers,

The question is simple, which nature photo do YOU like best? Vote now to be entered to win a signed Nature Photo Print!

This week’s Nature Photo Giveaway features two beautiful plants – the Pitcher Plant (Pitcher Plant Bloom After a Rain) and the Peony (Peony Flower Energy)! Would you like your chance to win one of these beautiful signed prints? Be sure to vote for the nature photo that moves you the most and be entered into the giveaway to win the signed nature photo print (5 x 7 signed print with matte, sized to fit in an 8 x 10 frame)

Enter To Win:  You enter through the entry form that is embedded on this page and appears just below or beside this paragraph, if you don’t see it, be sure to visit the page from your desktop or an alternate browser such as Google Chrome. It may not appear on all mobile devices. The complete rules and entry details appear on the entry form. This is not a comment contest – in other words, leaving a comment on the bottom of this page is not an official entry method. The only required entry method is to vote for your favorite of the two nature photos. One person will receive the signed and matted print. You can enter once, or gain multiple entries by completing the other entry methods and increase your chances of winning. Please review all Terms and Conditions on the giveaway page before entering. While we wish we could run this contest everywhere, for legal reasons it is only open to eligible residents of the U.S. and Canada, not including Rhode Island.

More About These Nature Photos:

Peony Flower Energy

Peony Flower Energy by Beth Sawickie

I just love Peony flowers!  It was a beautiful, warm day.  The Peonies were open and the sun was hitting the petals just right!  They were glowing with this fabulous energy. Prints and gifts featuring this awesome image can be found HERE.

Pitcher Plant After A Rain

Pitcher plant after a rain by Beth SawickieThe Pitcher Plant – oh, how I love these!  t was late may, just after a rain and this Pitcher Plant Bloom looked beautiful sparkling in the emerging sunlight. The plant is carnivorous and traps insects in it’s “pitcher” below. Prints and gifts featuring this awesome image can be found HERE.

I’d love to hear from you.  Leave a comment and let me know – which nature photo you like best and how do you feel when viewing it?

Thanks!

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