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Today's photo of the day - now help us choose tomorrow's

photo of the day
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FAYE Wilson of Alstonville shared this wonderful photo of a noisy minor.

Faye's photo was a close runner-up to a lovely Shelly Beach sunrise photo from Liz Martin of Paper Dreams Photography in yesterday's online poll. However, as one of Liz's photos was used for Photo of the Day yesterday the published photo goes to Faye.

If you would like to submit a picture for Photo of the Day, simply go to our Facebook page and share it.

Now to tomorrow's Photo of the Day - we have 12 submissions to choose from. Three of them, from Reece Hopkins, are quite similar, but each is quite beautiful in its own right.

Some people have made the point the pictures in the poll format might be too small to get a proper sense of them - particularly if you're viewing this on your phone, so today we've also got a gallery of the images so you can see them full-size before you vote. You can do that by clicking the poll link below.

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