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Date: 01/05/2014 | By: Heather

Flickr Photography Challenge: MUSIC – It’s time to vote!

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Flickr Photography Challenge: MUSIC – It’s time to vote!

Our Monthly Flickr Challenges held in association with Tyson Robichaud have gotten off to a roaring start, first with our One Light Source challenge in March, and then with April’s MUSIC challenge as suggested by March’s winner Marco Bozzato. We received some excellent submissions this month, but that’s no surprise – we continue to be amazing by the quality of the images shared in our Flickr pool! Keep up the great work, everyone!

As you can imagine, it was a real challenge to narrow our choices down to just three. In the end, we went for the three images which we felt best exemplified the purpose of the challenge – to use the theme of “music” in a creative and original manner.

Now that we’ve reduced the number to three, it is now your turn to choose the image you feel best fulfils the requirements of the challenge! From May 1st to 5th, feel free to vote on your favourite image by using the poll below and on Tyson’s website. The winner will be invited to choose the theme for May 2014!

Good luck to the finalists and happy voting!

UPDATE: The winner of April’s challenge is Othman Kammah! Congratulations! We will be contacting you shortly about the next challenge. 

1. Little Hurricane by Bill Bowdish (Tyson’s choice)

Little Hurricane by Bill Bowdish
Little Hurricane by Bill Bowdish

2. Strings by Othman Kammah (Mat’s choice)

Strings by Othman Kammah
Strings by Othman Kammah

3. A Ukulele in Black and White by Gene McDaniel (Heather’s choice)

A Ukulele in Black and White by Gene McDaniel
A Ukulele in Black and White by Gene McDaniel
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