Your Photo can win you a Free Trip to Sweden

Your picture of everyday objects like a matchstick, a zipper, a safety pin can win you a free trip to Sweden for two. All you have to do is take a picture of any of the thousands of everyday objects that we use that are actually Swedish innovations and enter it into this contest. The contest is for Indian Nationals only, and the last date for submitting entries is August 20, 2012. See details below.


Take part in the contest by joining the Swedish Innovation Indian Interpretation Facebook page

Here is a list of Top Ten Swedish innovations that you can use to get ideas for your photographs.

And this is the Wikipedia page for Swedish Inventions.




If this contest excites you or if you have friends you know will be interested, please share this Facebook page with them.

10 comments:

  1. Quite a unique and interesting contest Subho. Didn’t know that quite a few of those great ones were actually Swedish inventions. A very informative post. :)

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    1. i chanced upon it at facebook, and i felt that the photography lovers who visit this blog would benefit from it. i too was unaware that there were so many swedish inventions all around us.

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  2. Seems interesting. Thanks.

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    1. thanks. my next big breakthrough will be when i find someone from my blog readers winning the prize...

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  3. ..worth giving a try! Thanks Subho:)

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  4. This is interesting, Best of luck :)

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  5. Hmm... now I know a few things that were invented by the Swedish. :)

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  6. ooh I like that , sounds interesting .. I will definitely have a look


    Bikram's

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  7. sounds interesting .. all the best Subho!

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  8. What about porn? Is it a Swedish invention? It is an everyday object I use for sure.

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