Two very happy dogs make today's Photo of the Day

VOTE FOR TOMORROW'S PHOTO OF THE DAY

My babies, Jett and Bella coming home from their first overnight camping trip.
My babies, Jett and Bella coming home from their first overnight camping trip. Jannine Williams

JANNINE Williams was one of the people who responded to a last-minute call for contributions in yesterday's Photo of the Day poll, so it's fitting her picture of her dogs, Jett and Bella, ended up topping yesterday's poll.

Her image received a total 36% of the vote, putting it just ahead of a picture from Wendy Gilmore of a stormfront rolling over North Creek at Ballina, which came in with 32% of the vote.

Storm front over North Creek,
Storm front over North Creek, Wendy Gilmore

Photo of the Day celebrates the beauty of the Northern Rivers and the talent of the people who live here.

As well as appearing here, the Photo of the Day is published on our website and is used as the cover image on our Facebook page.

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

To have a say in which image is selected, vote before noon in the poll below.

Some days we have only a few images to choose from for Photo of the Day, some days we have a heap. Today is one of the latter.

There are eight images to choose from and there are some real corkers in there, including a submission from 13-year-old Ellie Cameron, who has taken a lovely sky-scape focused on Mt Warning, and one from regular contributor Julie Raymond, who photographed a young osprey she helped free from a cavity at Ballina's South Wall.

Have a look and choose your favourite.

Voting closes at noon.



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