Today's Photo of the Day - now help us choose tomorrow's!

Scarlet Honey Eater.
Scarlet Honey Eater. Rebecca Ludstrom

REBECCA LUDSTROM shared this lovely photo of a scarlet honey eater to our Facebook page and the voters loved it, with 27% choosing it as their favourite in a big field of 12 fantastic images.

Rebecca's one of our regular contributors - in fact our first Photo of the Day was one of hers. If you'd like to see more of Rebecca's work, check out her Facebook page.

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

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

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

On to tomorrow's Photo of the Day. It seems everyone was taking their awesome pills when they were posting today's submissions - we have 10 images to choose from and they're all just amazing.

Take a look at the poll below and pick your favourite image. You can see full-size versions of the photos in this gallery or by clicking the gallery link above the thumbnails within the poll.

If you are viewing this from a mobile device and wish to vote you'll need to switch from the mobile version of our site to the desktop version. To do this, scroll to the bottom of the page and tap "full site", then head back into the poll. Our apologies for this - it's a bug in the new mobile platform and we should have it fixed soon.

Voting closes at noon.

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