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Snap splendour of Sussex in our photo competition
Today sees the launch of our summer photography competition Your Sussex.
We want you to send in the images that sum up what this fantastic county means to you?
We are blessed with some of the finest countryside in Britain and the most diverse and vibrant towns and cities around.
But this competition is not about exposure settings and aperture levels. We want the photographs that represent what the county means to you. We want Your Sussex.
That might be a family barbecue in the back garden or a village cricket team making the most of the summer evenings.
Perhaps it’s the resident seagulls perched on your roof or even you and your pals drinking in your favourite Brighton pub.
The deadline for entries is September 7.
Argus chief photographer Simon Dack will judge the entries with first place winning an overnight stay for two (including breakfast) at Thistle Hotel in Brighton.
The veteran photographer said: “We want something with some life and plenty of character. We don’t just want to see a view.
“This is about you capturing something personal to you, something which captures the spirit of Sussex – Your Sussex.
“You don’t need a fancy camera to enter, this isn’t about technical brilliance. Most mobile phone cameras are more than adequate these days.
“I thoroughly look forward to seeing your entries.”
HOW TO ENTER
You can submit your entries in a number of ways. You can email firstname.lastname@example.org with “Your Sussex competition” as the subject.
Alternatively you send your entries in by texting SUPIC to 80360. You can also send them by post to Your
Sussex Competition, Argus House, Crowhurst Road, Brighton, BN1 8AR.
So what are you waiting for? Get out there and happy snapping.
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