Tuesday, October 26, 2010

Pick a Photo, any Photo

So today marks the first game of the Portland Trail Blazers season. The Blazer's have this contest where fans can send in photos of themselves in exotic locations wearing blazer gear and try and get their picture on a broadcast.

Since Eric and I both failed last year, (Note: I don't see how Eric failed, he took his picture at Stonehenge!!!!) we decided that we would coordinate and take pictures with our blazer shirts on in Spain. We didn't coordinate that well and only did it on one day, but it was the visit to the Alhambra, so we got a lot of pretty good pictures.

Now you, my loyal readers (all... 14 of you?), can help us pick the photo to send in to the contest. The photos are below and there is a poll on the left hand side of the blog. Please vote for your favorite and help us pick the best photo!

1. Generalife Fountain Photo - A picture a a fountain in the Generalife palace.

2. Crystal Palace Doorway Photo - A picture near a highly decorated doorway in the Crystal Palace.

3. Crystal Palace Pool - The pool in the middle of the Crystal Palace.

4. Crystal Palace Pool Take 2 - A different angle of the pool and Crystal Palace

5. Upper Ramparts of the Palace of Carlos V Take 1 -
6. Upper Ramparts of the Palace of Carlos V Take 2 - The second angle at the palace of Carlos V

7. The middle of the Palace of Carlos V - Showing both the upper and lower stories of the Palace.


Eric said...

I like #1 the best, but #3 and #6 seem (to me) like they would have the best chance of getting on TV.

Arwen said...

I like 5 & 6, perhaps 5 more than 6.

Chris Bogart said...

Meh on #1; it's pretty and all but it looks like California which is connected to Oregon therefore not exotic. I agree with Arwen about #5 and #6, but #6 shows the Blazers logo better.

Tim said...
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Tim said...

I like #2. The Arabic art looks most exotic even though the backdrop is simple.

Unknown said...

I like #2 but am not sure the Trail Blazers have an appreciation for ornate carving.
#5 would be my next choice.