Aeronautics Winter Photo Contest

Hello IF community!

Today I want to invite all spotters and aviation photographers to participate in the first winter photo contest of the aeronautics online website. The winning pictures will be added to our 2018 calendar. This calendar will be sold and all the profits made with it will be donated to a nonprofit organization. This year´s proceeds will go to the Make A Wish organization

How can I participate?
Well, I am glad you ask. This is very simple! Take 2 of your best aviation pictures and go to the following webpage:
Here you will find all the necessary information on how to share your files! Also all the rules of the competition are stated over there so be sure to check them out before sending your pictures.
You have time until the 29th of November

About Aeronautics
Aeronautics is a new aviation news and media website run by a dedicated team of high school students, generating content with a worldwide scope. Aeronautics is unique in creating a new content generation process, in which anyone is able to join the website’s writing team and publish articles, with the editing team’s approval. Our goal is to provide a quick and professional look into the aviation industry for our readers, however for all those involved in our website, our goal is to promote interest in the aviation industry in terms of higher education and careers, as well as promoting journalism and writing skills for teenagers and adults alike who are interested in writing for us.

Today we’ve grown to a team of 20 teenage writers, across 12 countries, including Bosnia and Herzegovina, Canada, India, Ireland, Italy, New Zealand, Russia, Saudi Arabia, South Africa, Spain, Sudan, and the United States.

About the Make A Wish Organization
Founded in Phoenix, Arizona in 1980, when a group of caring volunteers helped a young boy fulfill his dream of becoming a police officer, Make-A-Wish is one of the world’s leading children’s charities.

After the start of Make-A-Wish in the United States, interest in granting the wishes of children with life-threatening medical conditions quickly spread to other nations. In 1993, Make-A-Wish International was officially formed to serve five countries outside the U.S. - and now helps to serve children outside the United States in more than 50 countries on five continents through its 42 affiliates. Make-A-Wish America grants the wishes of children in the United States through its 62 chapters. With the help of generous donors and over 40,000 volunteers, Make-A-Wish has collectively granted approximately more than 415,000 wishes worldwide since 1980.

Thank you for taking your time reading this,



Nicely detailed thread!! I might enter but I’m not sure. I have 3 days of spotting & editing to do, but I will see what I can do. This sounds like a very interesting event. Hope I can compete.

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Well you have timee until the 29th of november!



Love that your donating all the money. Koodo’s to you!

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Credits to John McDermott who had the initiative of organizing all of this!!


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