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Don’t delay another minute . . .

Have you voted for Caption This #6 yet? If not, don’t delay another minute! Please go HERE to vote.  It’s easy, and fun – and FREE! Your vote counts. Advertisements

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Your Vote Counts!

I know I sound like an election official, but we (me and all the people who took time to think up a caption) do need you to vote. From the number of hits the Caption This series is getting, I know it’s popular. I just have a little problem – getting people to vote for […]

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Caption This #5

The winner of Caption This #5, by popular vote, is Laura from Unlikely Explanations with the caption: “Okay, just a little to the left … a little more … there! That’s the itchy spot!”  Congratulations Laura! Also see the previous winners at the Caption This Winners Gallery. The setting: Close to a waterhole in the Kgalagadi […]

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We have a winner!

We have a winner for Caption This #4 which you, the reader, voted for. To see who won go to Caption This #4. Also see the previous winners at the Caption This Winners Gallery.

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Only 3 days to go . . .

Have you voted for Caption This #4 yet? If not please go here. It’s easy, and fun – and FREE! Only 3 days to go until voting closes. Voting so far has been slower than I’d have liked. This is your opportunity to have a say in who wins – your vote counts!

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Caption This #4

The winner of Caption This #4, by popular vote, is Reggie from Grains of Sand with the caption: “And from these humble beginnings, Albert the Adventurous Weaver Bird launched his career as a high-wire trapeze artist in a travelling circus …”  Congratulations Reggie! This being the first time for a poll on Notes from Africa, […]

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Changing the Rules

This week on Caption This has been very quiet in terms of captions entered – except for Clouded Marbles who seems to be particularly inspired. A comment from Kathryn McCullough about allowing readers to choose their favourite caption, was something that appealed to me. I find it very difficult to choose a winner. So I’m […]

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