Gurushots: Travel Tales

Dodho Magazine partnered with GuruShots "The Worlds Greatest Photo Game" in a photo challenge contest titled "Travel Tales"  Over 100,000 photos were submitted.

Dodho Magazine partnered with GuruShots “The Worlds Greatest Photo Game” in a photo challenge contest titled “Travel Tales”  Over 100,000 photos were submitted.

GuruShots is a platform for people who love taking photos. GuruShots believes that taking photos is an amazing way to express one’s self. Wanting it to be fun and meaningful, GuruShots turned the sharing of ones photos into an exciting game packed with plenty of opportunities to show off one’s talent. Every month almost 4 billion votes are cast in over 400 themed challenges! Join the community! 

Donnie Darko Rabbit- United States
Top Photographer

Luis Ribeiro – Portugal
Top Photo

Purnendu nath – India
Guru’s Top Pick


Ilan Horn – Israel

Alejandro Margarito – Austria

Barn Door Creations Photography – United States

Olga Robertson – Cuba

Marij Laurijssen – Belgium

Markus Vetter – Germany

cachedigga – Germany

Colisha Simpkins – United States

Mar Meijering-Oudshoorn

Paula Goodrich – United States

Wint Theingi Soe – Japan

leland.g.mindnich – United States

Domenico Chillè – Cyprus

Ryszard Tutko – Poland

mc beaver – Canada

Jens Weber – Germany

Callen David – United States

Jan Aasgaard – Norway

Giuseppe Salvini – Ireland

vbsm – Australia

Lukasz Szubartowicz – Poland

Lucy Leckenby – Australia

Deb Walker – United States

Erik Hopewell – United States

Alasdair Shaw – Great Britain (UK)

Nate Riggins – United States

Krisztian Siralyvolgyi – United Kingdom

Daniel Kazor – Canada

John C. Wragg – United Kingdom

Diana Pălădescu – Romania

Maria Calderon – Ecuador

Sebastian Boxleitner – Switzerland

Alain Baroni – France

Johanna B. – Germany

Fahad Al – Kuwait

Bart Joosten – Netherlands

Jacky Lee – Australia

Montse Ruiz – United States

Andrii Pozdieiev – Ukraine

Genowefa Gonera – Poland

John Baker – United States

Marco Di Piramo – Italy

Sabine Forstner – Austria

Angie Demeter – United States

Christopher Bailey Steves – United States

Santford Overton – United States

Bryce Lupfer – United States


Jen Palmer – United States

Agnes Adde – France

Tracy O.Shea – Ireland

Laurent L. – France

We Adventure Photography – Canada

Eugene Boone – United States

Stephanie Cuevas – United States

Jurgen Feichtner – Austria

Sibylle Helene Steidl – Austria

Rodney Buck – United States

Bryony Herrod Taylor – United Kingdom

Daggi Meyer – Germany

Devon Williams – Canada

Jtinjersey – United Kingdom

Hayden Marsyla – United States

Bob DiMartino – United States

R.D. Law – United States

Karen Moore – United Kingdom

Barbara Schaer – Estonia

Lesley Husband – United States

David Samuel dos Santos Sousa – Switzerland

Peter Merz – Canada

David Feldt – Sweden

Nikolai Suvorov – Czechia

Dylan Evans – United States

Jeanna Qvarnström – Sweden

Igor Tsukerman – United States

Roxanne Leipsig – South Africa

BJ Camelo Pt – Portugal

Rae Zachary – United States

Ilan Peretz – Israel

Nicholas B. Di Dolce – United States

Mark Greenslade – South Africa –

Helkoryo Photography – United Kingdom

Stephen Mc Elligott – Ireland

Doc Leora Leeder – Israel

Louise Van Schagen – Netherlands

Jenn Pyles – United States

Pauline Lound – Australia

Frank Shufletoski – Canada

Nemo Beads – Croatia

Nicole @nicolelockyer_photography – Australia

Jordon Flynn – United States

Katya Kark – United Kingdom

Manfred Blaha IG_man.vary.pix – Austria

Michael Widmer – United States


Susie Bennett – United Kingdom

Otto Schlemmer – Germany

Arantxa Martinez – Spain

William O.Bryan – United States

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