2024 Open Photo Competition winners

Tree of Life by Stephen Eustace, CC0

What a way to celebrate Open Education Week 2024 and what a feast of sharing! This year’s open photo competition received a whopping total of 154 entries submitted by 56 lovely people. You certainly succeeded in making the jury feel dizzy with the quality of your images, and your colleagues and friends envious they missed the chance to participate. What makes me even happier is that you are all a little bit more open than you were a month ago!

Facing the near impossible but terrifically enjoyable challenge of selecting three winning photos, kudos to our international jury: Willem van Valkenburg, Director of the Extension School; Chrissi Nerantzi, Professor in Creative and Open Education, University of Leeds; Alan Levine, Director of Global Community, Open Education Global; and Bhini Chandan Malagar, PhD Researcher at Civil Engineering and Geosciences, TU Delft and one of the winners in 2023.

Now, please stand up and put your hands together for the winners of the #OEWeek24 We Like Sharing Open Photo Competition awards:

The People’s Choice

In this the most contested edition so far, 112 people selected 90 photographs as their most favourite. With over 22% of the public vote, huge congratulations to Stephen Eustace for Tree of Life, released under CC0.

Honourable mentions go to:

Call to action!

Thank you from the bottom of my heart to everyone who sent a photograph, but also to everyone who voted and every single person who took some time to visit the photo bank in the past few weeks. We Like Sharing exists because of your contributions. So here’s a call to action: do you have more photos you would like to share publicly? Send them to We Like Sharing via http://bit.ly/WeLikeSharing. Would you rather open your own flickr account? Don’t delay then!  When we share, we all win.

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