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September contest theme: My neighborhood

Posted by Teresa Hanafin  September 4, 2008 01:58 PM

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It's official ... 543 of you have spoken, and "My neighborhood" is the theme for September, receiving 27% of the votes cast. "Get close" uh, got close, coming in second at 26%, followed by Wildlife with 21% of the vote, Silhouettes 15%, and Motion, 13%.

We'll save the other themes for future months, and set up another poll for October soon.

So what does "My neighborhood" mean? Well, you chose it -- you tell us. Leave a comment outlining what you think the possibilities are for good neighborhoods photos.

And if you already have one in your portfolio, enter it in the contest now. Here's how.

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