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Katherine takes grey day and makes a great Photo of the Day

The Border Ranges disappear behind thick rain clouds. Image taken June 2014 from my home 220 metres high upon Wollumbin, Bundjalung Nation.
The Border Ranges disappear behind thick rain clouds. Image taken June 2014 from my home 220 metres high upon Wollumbin, Bundjalung Nation. Katherine Moyes

KATHERINE Moyes took today's Photo of the Day, which shows the Border Ranges disappearing behind thick rain clouds.

The photo was the clear winner of yesterday's poll, picking up 55% of the vote and becoming the first Photo of the Day submission to earn more than half of the total overall vote.

Photo of the Day is intended to highlight the natural beauty of the Northern Rivers and the exceptional talent of the region's photographers.

As well as appearing here, it is published on Page 2 of our print edition, is used as the cover image on The Northern Star Facebook page and forms part of an expanding gallery of images on our website, which you can see below.

To submit your own image for Photo of the Day, simply head to our Facebook page and share it.

We have six terrific images to choose from for tomorrow's Photo of the Day.

Take a look at the poll below and pick your favourite. You can see bigger versions of the pictures in this gallery.

Topics:  photo of the day



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