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Dive Guide Thailand Photo Competition
By Jason Heller, May 1, 2009 @ 01:00 AM (EST)

Point, click and win!

Dive Guide Thailand has recently announced a free monthly dive photo competition.


For details of how to enter go to diveguidethailand’s photo competition page.

To enter all you need to do is post up to five of your own underwater images to their flickr group and you could find yourself choosing any one of a fabulous list of prizes.

Diveguidethailand.comEach month the top three images selected by judge and renowned underwater photographer, Alex Mustard, will be archived in a ‘Hall of Fame’ on diveguidethailand’s for all to see.

The winning images will also grace the home page of Diveguidethailand.com until they’re replaced with the following month’s winners.

But the icing on the cake is that the ‘First Place’ winner gets to choose a prize from the superb list of Thailand-based diving goodies.

Dive in to Diveguidethailand.com; you never know, one of your photos could be inducted in the Hall of Fame where they’ll be admired by fellow photographers and future diving buddies from all over the world – and you could even win a fabulous prize.

By the way, if you haven't got a copy of The 2009 Edition of Pocket Guide DIVE Thailand why not download a free copy today.

The guide is written and published by underwater photographer Paul Lees. Paul's images and words have  appeared in many internationally acclaimed publications including New Holland's best selling coffee table presentations Top Dive Sites of the Indian Ocean, The Dive Atlas of the World and Diving with Giants, as well as Dorling Kindersley's Eyewitness Guide to Thailand. He has also been bringing the underwater world to the surface in the form of natural history documentaries and TV shows, including ABC Kane's The Living Edens and the BBC's Really Wild Show

 

 

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