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March 07, 2013
  Photo Contest: TeotihuacanPDF files may take a moment to load

Every month the Gauntlet holds a photo contest, where photographers are able to submit photos for a chance to be featured in the paper.

This month, our winner is Bonnie Chuong, for her photo “Teotihuacan.” We chose this photo because of how it superbly captures the immense grandure of the Teotihucan archaeological site. You can almost feel what it would be like to experience the vastness of this place.

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November 01, 2012
  Photo Contest: DragonflyPDF files may take a moment to load

Every month the Gauntlet hosts a photo contest. September’s winner was Ryan Derish with his photograph entitled “Dragonfly.”

“I took this picture at Elkwater Lake in Cypress Hills. My main focus was to photograph birds and insects that day, and this was one of my best shots.”
— Ryan Derish

Submit up to three of your own photos to photo@thegauntlet.ca each month for a chance to have your art featured in the Gauntlet.

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September 06, 2012
  Photo Contest: Globalfest fireworksPDF files may take a moment to load

Every month the Gauntlet hosts a photo contest. Last month’s winner was Michael Issakidis with his photograph of fireworks from this year’s Globalfest:

“This was from the finale of Globalfest, which was designed by Patrick Brault of Sirius Pyrotechnics. The fireworks were absolutely smashing, and the use of ‘Sail’ by Awolnation and ‘Midnight City’ by M83 were amazing choices of songs.”

— Michael Issakidis

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June 07, 2012
  Photo Contest: Escape into the thoughts of the cloudsPDF files may take a moment to load

Every month the Gauntlet hosts a photo contest. This month's winner was Bonnie Chuong's photograph, "Escape into the thoughts of the clouds."

"We all have our ways of escaping reality, and the vastness of the sky is where our dreams take flight. The emphasis in this self-portrait is the dove, who is free just like our minds to escape into the clouds," writes Bonnie Chuong.

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