#Colorful Travel Photo Sweepstakes

Color inspires, invokes, and excites the senses.

From cities and food to bodies of water, everything looks better in vibrant colors.

So to celebrate the beauty that colors our lives and our travels, we’re thrilled to announce the #Colorful Travel Photo Sweepstakes! Are you ready? Upload your #Colorful photos now!

Three $500 Prizes

We can already tell this will be one of our favorite contests ever, so to make room for as many great entries as possible, we’ll be giving out three $500 prizes – so start uploading!

#Colorful Travel Photo SweepstakesUpload your best #Colorful photos, like this one from Sebastião Mesquita e Carmo, and you could win $500!

Sweepstakes Details & How to Enter:

1) By September 24th, upload an original photo of a vibrantly #Colorful travel destination or experience.

2) Write a couple of lines about your discovery. This could be details about the place and its history, tips on how to find it or what to do there, or any interesting facts or stories you gathered about your discovery.

3) Include “#Colorful” in the details field.

4) Post your discovery to Trover.com or via iOS/Android. Et voila! You’re in the running for one of three $500 prizes!

Want more details on how to win a Trover sweepstakes? Check out How to Enter a Trover Contest.


This is a Sweepstakes. The more awesomely #Colorful photos you upload, the higher your chance of winning $500!

Challenge ends at 11:59 p.m. PDT on September 24, 2015.

Already posted your #Colorful photos to Trover? That’s great! Just edit the description to include “#Colorful” and it will be automatically entered into the challenge.

Read complete rules and eligibility.

Questions? Send us a note at feedback@trover.com.

15 Colorful Reasons to Visit Spain this Summer

Red may be the color most closely associated with Spain, but it’s not the only color you’ll see on the streets and in the villages of this beautiful country.

From tiles to flowers, cathedrals to produce markets, Spain is full of vivid colors that will transport you to a rich culture centered on food, wine, and sensational festivals. Here’s a glimpse of the brilliant colors you can expect should you visit Spain!

1. The Guggenheim Museum in Bilbao, Spain

Trover photo by Matt Hughes

 

2. Street festival in Ronda, Spain

Trover photo by Sara W

 

3. Stained glass at La Sagrada Familia in Barcelona, Spain

Trover photo by Pavi Thomas

 

4. Júzcar, aka “Smurftown,” Spain

Trover photo by Jessica Bowler

 

5. The Concurs de Castells de Tarragona competition in Tarragona, Spain

Trover photo by Tom Stahl

 

6. Belmond La Residencia in Deià, Spain

Trover photo by Michaela Balazsova

 

7. Street art in the Gràcia neighborhood of Barcelona, Spain

Trover photo by I’m Out of the Office

 

8. Colorful row houses in Villajoyosa, Spain

Trover photo by Travel with all senses

 

9. Tiled bench in the Gaudi-designed Park Güell in Barcelona, Spain

Trover photo by KHYLAsophy

 

10. Fresh produce at the Mercado de San Miguel in Madrid, Spain

Trover photo by David Wildridge

 

11. Stained glass at the Basílica de Santa Maria del Pi in Barcelona, Spain

Trover photo by Vincent Ramundo

 

12. Hotel San Gill in Seville, Spain

Trover photo by Nataliya Trikur

 

13. Gaudi-designed Casa Batlló in Barcelona, Spain

Trover photo by Stephan Popescu

 

14. Colorful gardens competing in the Cordoba Patio Festival in Cordoba, Spain

Trover photo by YoungAdventuress

 

15. Streets decorated for Festa Major de Gràcia in Gràcia, Barcelona, Spain

Trover photo by Jessica Bowler

 

Need more reasons to visit Spain this summer? Check out the full list of beautiful vivid colors across Spain here, and don’t forget to share your own photos of colorful Spain on Trover!

17 Unbelievable Photos of Colorful Water

Grass is green, dirt is brown, and water is blue…right? Not always! Mineral deposits and unusual sediment conditions can color bodies of water in fantastical ways.

Here are 17 crazy photos of colorful water from around the world that made our jaws drop and minds explode:

1. Las Coloradas in Yucatan, Mexico

Trover photo by Sergio Camalich

 

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