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Photo Clues Week 4

by 1 June 26, 2011 1 min read

This is our final week for our Summer Photo Treasure Hunt! . If you are just starting this week, DON'T WORRY! You can check out all our contest rules by visiting THIS blog post. And catch up by visiting our other blogs over the last 3 weeks to get the other photo clues! We're talking about $500 in DDR credit! We don't take that lightly! .

1. Double D and diamonds. 2. Double D with as many friends .......as you can fit in the picture! 3. Double D at a sporting event.

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So get out your favorite Double D and snap a photo of yourself at/near/creatively with these things or places! Each clue above (and over the next month) should be individual photos. Meaning each number and description, “Double D at a sporting event.” is it’s own photo.

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Remember, post these to our Facebook page as you take them, BUT in order to be in the running for our largest prizes ever, hold onto all your photos and at the end of June, email your pictures to us at the end of the month to ivyddranch@gmail.com. *We are accepting your photos (all pictures must be sent at the same time)until July 4.**

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