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Globe Photo of the Month Competition

by on Tuesday 1st July, 2008   4773 Views

The photo section of MSW have been absolutely cooking recently, with hundreds of new photos a day, some absolutely world class shots and thousands of MSW visitors commenting and voting for the best shots.

So we’re stoked to have hooked up with Globe to run the first ‘photo of the month’ competition. Rules are pretty simple, we’ll select the five shots with the highest votes at the end of the month and from the five we’re going to pick the very best shot. Prizes will be given to the photographer, of course, but also to a random selection of people who’ve voted on or added the winning photo to their favourites, all you’ll need to do is log in to the website and get voting:

Click here to Vote on the Latest Photos

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