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Picture of the Year.

Postby gstark on Tue Nov 08, 2005 9:23 am

Sorry about this, but we still have more prizes to dish out.

Well, one, anyway.

This time it's for our Picture of the Year, which is going to be selected by you, you, you, and of course, you.

We've been busy on this for a few weeks now, setting up a gallery of all of our Pictures of the Week from the past year (well, since we started doing them) and in the next few days we'll be opening that up for your votes. All Pictures of the Week, up to and including today's selection, are included in the bank available for selection.

The winner of our PotY will be getting a Transcend CF card - courtesy of Birddog (of course!) and the exciting part of this is that this prize is open to everyone who has won a PotW. Yep, international members too.

Good luck to all eligble members.

Winners, of course, will be announced at our Christmas Dinner on December 9, and if you've not yet booked, then you're in serious danger of missing out. We currently have 45 people coming, and have room for just a few more luck DSLRusers members.

Bookings through this form only. PMs and emails to me about this event will be ignored.

Please note that in order to reduce the workload on our administrators, we will be requiring payments to be made in advance for this dinner. Confirmations will only be made for those bookings paid in advance.

Seating is limited, so you need to finalise your arrangements now.

Those who have attended our other dinners (Christmas last year, or our AW dinners) will attest to the quality oif the food, cameraderie, and just general good times and fun that we have at these events. Be there and join us for what promises to be the Australian photographic event of the year.
Gary Stark
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