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New Photo Mission: Best Christmas Lights

By EyeEm Team - 3 min read

Twinkling in the dark nights – Christmas lights are a cheerful and photogenic spectacle at this time of year.

What better way to offset the darkness of this time of year than with Christmas lights? Classy, cheerful, fun, colourful – whatever way you light your lights, there’s no doubt that they raise a smile even on the darkest, coldest nights.

Our newest mission with Huffington Post is all capturing and sharing your Best Christmas Lights.

Fairy lights and christmas decorations

By Francesco

Your Mission: Twinkling, bright white lights, or fun and festive coloured lights. Maybe you like a lit up Santa Clause? Whatever Christmas lights are your festive favs, capture them to take part in this mission. Don’t forget to include where you shot the photo!

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: December 21, 2015

Download EyeEm to participate

How To Take Part: Simply take a photo and tag it with Best Christmas Lights. 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, “Best Christmas Lights”.

Illuminated reindeer sleigh on snowy landscape against clear sky

By Michael Franke

Close-up of christmas ornament

By Shaunie

By Polina

Bare tree decorated with christmas lights at night

By Nidal Sadeq

By marc woerner

Defocused image of christmas lights

By itarugra

The Terms:
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.

Interested in partnering with EyeEm on a Mission? Join some of the world’s biggest media outlets and best-known brands and be at the center of the conversation. Find out more.

Header image by itarugra