July 1st 2010 - Written by: Kelsy

What’s In Your Pack? Enter Our Summer Photo Contest!

Everyone has their favorite pack, and everyone has their favorite thing in it. We want to see yours! Between now and July 30, 2010 we’ll be running a fun summer photo contest, simply titled “What’s In Your Pack?”

You can send us any kind of photos, as long as they document just what’s inside your backpack, bag, purse, satchel… you get the idea! Maybe it’s just a camera for simple urban photo outings, or maybe you’ve got a week’s worth of backountry gear crammed into your internal frame mountaineering pack. Whatever it is, send it our way, and be creative!

We’ll be selecting one photo a week to feature here on our blog, and all weekly winners will score a Digi Stow! At the end of the month two people will win a Farpoint 70, perfect for packing on your next adventure.

How are we going to choose the winners? We’ll be selecting one of our favorite photos, but for the second winner, we need your help. For our People’s Choice Award, vote on your favorite photo by giving it a “thumbs up” on our Facebook page or choosing it as a favorite in our Flickr pool. It’s that simple!

Upload your photos to our Flickr pool, tag with “whatsinyourpack” and be sure to write a description of just what’s hiding inside your pack.

And no, your stuff doesn’t have to be in an Osprey pack… although that always does make us happy!

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5 thoughts on “What’s In Your Pack? Enter Our Summer Photo Contest!”

  1. jay says:

    I am a total flickr noob but I uploaded anyway. in case it doesn’t get into the pool (doesn’t look like it did) here it is

  2. Justin says:

    I have uploaded my photo to the Flickr site. How do I get my photo added to the Facebook page?

  3. Osprey Packs says:

    Thanks Justin! We’ll take care of putting into the Facebook album!

  4. Justin says:

    I haven’t seen any updates on this in a while. When will the final winners be chosen?

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