Choose from these five great community photo submissions and vote for your favourite Photo of the Month!


And the winner is: Max Kamolz! Well done, Max!

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Hi everyone! It’s time to choose the winning Photo of the Month for August 2014!

How To Vote

We’ve listed our five favourite photos below, and now it’s up to you to pick your Photo of the Month.

You have two ways to vote for your favourite photo: Either leave a comment below this post with the name of the photographer, or use the form below.

Update: Voting closed, and poll removed.

The winning photo will be announced on Friday 22 August and will be featured in the September newsletter (subscribe here), as well as the cover photo on Facebook. Details on how to submit your photos for next month are included at the bottom of this post.

Each photo is followed by the name of the photographer, in alphabetical order. Remember to click on the image to view a larger version!

Chris Hitchcock

Photo above: 01 Chris Hitchcock

Marc Odendaal

Photo above: 02 Marc Odendaal

Max Kamolz

Photo above: 03 Max Kamolz

Nadine Swart

Photo above: 04 Nadine Swart

Paul Bruins

Photo above: 05 Paul Bruins

How To Enter

E-mail your photos through to with the subject: Facebook Photo Submissions. Please rename the files to include your own name.

Alternatively, upload your photographs to the official Orms group on Flickr:

The next Photo of the Month draw will take place during the week of 22-26 September 2014.

Please Note

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 the photo) and you would like to see it win, please share the post with your friends via the share buttons to the side of the post! Our finalist selection process does not involve using Facebook likes or comments as “votes” – we select our finalists from the collection of photos that were submitted to us via email or via the Flickr group.


Photo Of The Month: August 2014

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