152 Photos and Counting For Our Photo Contest

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Just a quick note to say that our Greenest Photo Ever contest on Flickr has taken off and exceeded our expectations. We’re less than a week in, and we’ve already got over 150 photos submitted.

If you haven’t submitted yet, feel free to head on over to the group, and add a few photos. Also, don’t forget to ‘favourite’ some of the ones you like best–that’s how we’re choosing the finalists.

That photo is a very green rendering of yours truly, courtesy of Jordan Behan.

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