Rosie's sweet shot of sugar mill voted Photo of the Day

The Broadwater Sugar Mill lit up at night.
The Broadwater Sugar Mill lit up at night. Rosie Kew

WE had some fantastic entries for Photo of the Day yesterday, but ultimately it came down to a choice between this incredible photo of the Broadwater Sugar Mill at night by Rosie Kew and a striking image of a flurry of terns at Flat Rock by Diane Lymbury.

Rosie, who has submitted many beautiful images for Photo of the Day over the past month or so, won the day with 39% of the vote while Diane, who has also chipped in some fantastic shots, picked up 30%.

As you can see here, Rosie is an amazing photographer. You can see more of her work at her Rosy Kew Photography Facebook page.

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

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

To submit an image for for Photo of the Day, simply go to our Facebook page and share it.

To have a say in which image is chosen for Photo of the Day, vote in the poll below.

For tomorrow's Photo of the Day we have eight images to choose from with some very special shots from both Photo of the Day regulars and a couple of first-time posters (and a big welcome to Carmel Grace and Judy Ryan who both have their first contributions in today's line-up).

Anyway, for those of you who don't know the drill, hit the poll link below and take a look at the photos and choose your favourites. The thumbnail images are a little small, but there is a gallery link just above them so you can see bigger versions of them - or you can just look at the gallery here.

Voting closes at noon.



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