Enter Sun and Times online photo contest this week

By Graig Harris
Online Manager

Kicking off our “New On The Web” column this week is something quite special, a monthly online photo contest with great prizes.
The theme for April is “My Favorite Garden” sponsored by Adelaide’s.

Go to delmartimes.net/contests and upload your photo. While you are there, browse through all of the other entries and see if your photo stacks up.

This month’s prize is a $100 plant garden gift card, the winners will be chosen based on 45 percent photo views and 55 percent editorial judgment.

Uploading your photo is easy, just follow the on-screen instructions and you will be done within minutes. Check back to see what photo won and for the themes for the upcoming months.

If you have questions or ideas for future contests, contact me at graigh@lajollalight.com.

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