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Thursday, September 3, 2009

Attention Broke Shutterbugs: You Could Win $5,000 For One Little San Francisco Nature Photo

Posted By on Thu, Sep 3, 2009 at 2:45 PM

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Photo via dk79 on flickr
Ahhh. Nature.
So, you're on funemployment and the world doesn't understand how talented you are and daddy's getting pissy about covering your rent again this month. Who knew what a disappointment early adulthood would be? Well, here's one temporary distraction: Throw your efforts into a photo contest you probably won't win.

The Hansen's Photo competition (Hansen is a natural soda company sponsor trying to prove that it's all about local everything and the beauty of nature) started August 31 and runs through October 4. All you have to is upload your mediocre San Francisco nature photos here and round up as many of your loser friends as possible to cast their biased votes. Every so often, a winner will be declared and awarded $500, which he or she is likely to spend on drugs.

At the end of the competition, a big winner will receive $5,000, which

buys a lot of drugs (or a modest amount of really primo shit). The big winner should feel free to contact me here.

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