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Readers photos put our region in focus - now competition

Living in CQ reader submitted photographs
Living in CQ reader submitted photographs contributed

IT doesn't matter where you look on social media, there appears to be people bagging out the region they live in.

But many Bulletin readers are willing to stick up for their home town.

And what better way to do so by showing what they love best about living here in photographs.

The Bulletin ran a Reader Project on its Facebook page on the weekend, asking readers to take photographs over the weekend depicting why they love living here.

The project attracted 73 photographs by 10am Monday.

Because of the success of this project, The Bulletin is turning it into a competition. Readers can continue to submit photographs depicting what they love about the region via email (kerri-anne.mesner@capnews.com.au) by 5pm Friday.

Living in CQ photographic competition

What: Take photographs depicting why you love living in the region

When: by 5pm Friday, July 11

Prize: 2 nights for 2 to Kingfisher Bay Resort with transfers from Hervey Bay

Entry: email images in jpeg format, no smaller than 1MB to kerri-anne.mesner@capnews.com.au with your name and contact details.

Those who have submitted images via Facebook already are already entered.

Voting: The Bulletin staff will select the 10 top submitted and run a poll online from Monday, July 14, until Friday, July 18, at 5pm.

Terms and Conditions: are on The Bulletin website.

Topics:  photographs reader competition



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