Vote for your favourite photograph in the December 2011 / January 2012 Monthly Photo Competition!

Update Friday 27 January 2012 3:16PM: The winner of the December/January Monthly Photo Competition is Kelly Rossiter! Congratulations! Here is Kelly’s great black and white portrait:

Original Post: We’ve had some great submissions over December and January! Take a look at the gallery on Facebook.

As the submissions come in, it gets harder and harder to select the top five, but we enjoyed the five photographs listed below. Now it’s up to you to decide which photo was the best. Simply leave a comment below and let us know which image you like the most. The winner will be announced on Friday, and his or her photograph will be featured in the next monthly newsletter.

In alphabetical order:

Izelda du Toit:

John Maarschalk:

Justin Lawrence:

Karen Smith:

Kelly Rossiter:

How to enter next month’s competition:
The Orms Connect Monthly Photo Competitions use the galleries on Orms Direct’s Facebook page as entries. You can submit your photographs via email or via the Orms group on Flickr. If you decide to mail your images through, please rename the files to “Name Surname 01.jpg”, and please use the subject line: “Facebook Photo Submissions”. Also include the camera and lens combination (make and model) in the message body. Thanks for sending in your photographs, keep them coming!

Please keep in mind that we do check for duplicate comments. Keep it honest: One person, one vote. If you really like one of the finalist photographs (or you took it) and you would like to see it win, please share the post with your friends via the Disqus “Like” button below!


Monthly Photo Competition – December/January

  1. Photo by Kelly Rossiter – love this photo – the 2 little boys (new generation) fitting in an old world – the saying that a picture can speak 1000 words, certainly applies here. Love it.

  2. I see someone wanted to vote for the two boys picture, but used the name for the picture below. Perhaps there could be a clearer way of indicating?  Or maybe nameless so you just choose a number that’s on the actual photo.

    1. Hi Marieke,

      Yup, we spotted that as well. We thought the colon after the name would be enough of an indication, but we will definitely rethink it and try to clear up any confusion for the next competition!

      Thanks for the comment.

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