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OK all you photo junkies — we’re changing the way we handle our weekly photo contest.

We still need you to submit your best travel shots, but we will be compiling and presenting them every Friday.

The presentation will be a bit different, but you can still view and rate your favorites.

Upload your images in the box below and send them in. The best shots will be displayed in our weekly gallery.

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