POLL: Here's our Photo of the Day - now vote for tomorrow's

The Brunswick Heads bridge - I'm sure lots of people have fond memories of jumping off it into the river.
The Brunswick Heads bridge - I'm sure lots of people have fond memories of jumping off it into the river. Casey Eveleigh

WE'VE had a tied vote for Photo of the Day for the second day in a row, with the poll result split evenly between Casey Eveleigh's moody shot of high tide in Simpsons Creek under the South Beach Road bridge at Brunswick Heads and an equally moody shot of a storm front off Flat Rock, taken by Karin Taylor.

>> Vote for tomorrow's Photo of the Day

Each image picked up 35% of the vote in yesterday's poll.

As with yesterday's photo, the choice between the two was pretty much a coin toss, with publication going to Casey.

This is Casey's debut in Photo of the Day. He's a Brunswick local who went to school at Mullum High and now lives in Brisbane. You can see more of his work here.

Stormy weather at Flat Rock beach
Stormy weather at Flat Rock beach Karin Taylor

Photo of the Day celebrates the beauty of the Northern Rivers and the talent of the region's photographers.

As well as appearing here, the Photo of the Day appears on Page 2 of our print edition, as the cover photo on our Facebook page and forms part of an expanding gallery, which you can see below.

To contribute one of your own images to Photo of the Day, simply head to our Facebook page and share it.

Now to the poll. We have six extraordinary photos to choose from, including one from our youngest ever Photo of the Day entrant - 12-year-old Casey Young.

Take a look at the the poll and pick your favourite image. You can see bigger versions of the submissions in this gallery or, within the poll, hit the gallery link above the thumbnails.

Voting closes at noon.



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