Breakfast. The most important meal of the day, and arguably, the most delicious. Let’s get serious here – who doesn’t love it?
But, have you ever wondered what breakfast looks like around the world? How does breakfast in Japan compare to breakfast in France? Would a Kenyan breakfast delight you more than a Scottish one? For our weekly mission with The Huffington Post we want you to show what breakfast from around the world looks like. You’ve got seven days to take part in this mission, so that’s seven breakfasts to share in the new mission, Time for Breakfast!
Your Mission: Bagels and coffee, bacon and eggs, miso soup and rice or a full English – no matter what you eat for breakfast, take photos of it to take part in our newest mission with The Huffington Post. You’ve 7 days to capture 7 breakfasts. Remember we want to see how breakfast looks like from around the world, so make sure to tag where you are!
Your Reward: A selection of finalists will have their photographs featured on The Huffington Post, with full credits and links to your EyeEm profile, as well as in an image collection on the EyeEm Blog. Winners will be chosen by the EyeEm and Huffington Post photo editors.
Deadline: July 6, 2015
How To Take Part: Simply take a photo and tag it with Time for Breakfast. Your photo will then be automatically added to the album. If you want to add a photo that you’ve already uploaded, just go to your profile, view the photo and select “Edit Photo.” From there, you can add the tag, “Time for Breakfast”.
By participating you allow The Huffington Post to reproduce and feature your image for editorial use on their platform, as well as associated social media channels. You will remain the copyright owner of your image and where possible will be credited when your content is used by HuffPost. Your image will be provided and used in accordance with The Huffington Post and EyeEm terms and conditions located at http://www.huffingtonpost.com/terms.html and http://www.eyeem.com/tos, respectively. In order to withdraw your image from consideration by Huffington Post, simply remove the album tag of this mission in your profile.
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