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Old June 6, 2008, 08:23 PM   #1
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June 2008 Photo Contest

Here we go with the first Monthly TFL Photo Contest! Don't forget to read the Contest Rules here.

This first contest is less than a month, but we'll run it til June 30, at which time we will open a Voting thread as described in the rules and start a new Photo Contest thread for July the very next day.

Let's see those pics!

[Edit: Okay guys and gals, I have deleted the very first post to this thread. I won't identify the member that posted it, but Rule #3 was broken. This IS NOT a discussion thread. Save the discussions for the voting thread or open another thread of your own, but don't do it here. This is a Photo Contest thread. Those rules will be followed. More may be added as we go on.]
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