#Architecture Photo Contest Winner!

Over the last couple of weeks, we’ve been lucky enough to have received thousands of shots of architectural awesomeness from all around the world for our #architecture photo contest. From world-famous landmarks to local gems, from abstract to classic, we’ve seen so many different types of structural shots come in–it’s been great!

Well today is the day we’ve all been waiting for.

Today, we get to announce the lucky winner of the $1,500 prize in this sweepstakes contest! Without further ado, the winner of the #architecture photo contest is… Ai Long who entered this shot of the Itsukushima shrine on Miyajima Island, Japan:

Trover photo by Ai Long

Trover photo by Ai Long

Congratulations, Ai!

Connect with Ai on Trover today and see his other phenomenal shots. Or, if you’re hooked on architecture now, check out all 5,000+ gorgeous architecture entries.

#Snow Destination Contest Winner!

In the spirit of the winter season, we wanted to see your best snow shots this month. To make that happen, we hosted a #Snow Destination Contest throughout February!

We’ve just wrapped up the contest and are now excited to announce the lucky Trover who gets to pocket the grand prize of $1500 for this sweepstakes contest.

So, with no further ado, we’d like to congratulate our winner Doru Oprisan who entered this stunning photo of Ceahlău Massif in Romania!


The second sunrise of the year, on a very cold morning, seen from the plateau near the top of Ceahlau. Trover photo by Doru Oprisan

We hope the extra $1500 will help you explore more and travel deeper, Doru!

To connect with Doru, start following him on Trover and check out his blog!

#Snow Destination Photo Contest

It’s white, it’s (sometimes) fluffy, and it makes everything look gorgeous.

Yes, we’re talking about snow.

This February, we’re launching our #Snow Destination Photo Contest because we want you to share your best snow destination photo(s) with us. The grand prize for this contest is a whopping $1500 so there’s no reason not to join in!


Upload original #snow photos, like this one by Bernini, and you could win $1500!

To enter, you’ll need to:

1) Upload an original snow destination photo to Trover.

2) Write #snow in the details field.

3) Repeat the first two steps until you run out of great snow shots.

This contest, like our last one, is a sweepstakes. That means that the more awesome snowy photos you post, the higher your chances are of winning. The contest begins today (February 4th) and will end at 11:59pm PST on February 22nd.

 Also, if you’ve already posted a ton of snow shots to Trover, just remember to add “#snow” to them and they’ll be entered! 

Read complete rules and eligibility.

Have questions? Talk to us at feedback@trover.com.

Trover Travel Scholarship Winner for February!

Here at Trover, we love people who are eager to get out into the world and explore what’s out there. We also feel fortunate that so many people are generous enough to share their incredible experiences with our passionate travel community.

In celebration of the adventurous spirits of our Trovers, every month we give away a travel scholarship valued at $500 to one Trover who has been inspiring us through their stories, awesome shots, and their travel tips.

For the month of February, we are proud to award this scholarship to: Michal Bošina!



Michal is a traveling photographer from Prague who has been diligently sharing parts of the world some of us may never see in our lifetime.

Michal’s trove is not only filled with shots from more well-known countries like Austria and France, but is also brimming with scenes from places like Kyrgyzstan, Yemen, Algeria, and Iran.

Through his trove, we can even better appreciate the world and we are extremely grateful for it! Thanks and congratulations, Michal!

Find Michal on Trover today and connected with this awesome traveler!

To read about last month’s scholarship winner, click here.

4 Easy Tips To Take Great Photos

Great photos don’t happen by accident. Photographers spend decades perfecting their craft.

But maybe you don’t have decades to spare.

If you want to instantly improve your photos, follow these four easy tips:

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