‘The Star’ Snap & Win Family Holiday Photo Competition

Arlo Chapman (2)  has fun playing with his bubble gun at Nanny and Poppa’s (Amy and Mark Turton’s...
Arlo Chapman (2) has fun playing with his bubble gun at Nanny and Poppa’s (Amy and Mark Turton’s) place during the holidays. PHOTO: AMY TURTON
Elizabeth Jenkins sent in this photo of cousins Hattie Smith (4, left) and Ruby Jenkins-Forbes (5...
Elizabeth Jenkins sent in this photo of cousins Hattie Smith (4, left) and Ruby Jenkins-Forbes (5) cooling down in the paddling pool. PHOTO: ELIZABETH JENKINS
Carolyn Laing sent in this photo of Pam Laing taking part in a bit of New Year’s hi-jinks at...
Carolyn Laing sent in this photo of Pam Laing taking part in a bit of New Year’s hi-jinks at Colac Bay. PHOTO: CAROLYN LAING
Ngadine Mikaere sent in this photo of 10-month-old Hank loving his first Christmas. PHOTO:...
Ngadine Mikaere sent in this photo of 10-month-old Hank loving his first Christmas. PHOTO: NGADINE MIKAERE
Gary Smith sent in this photo of his babydoll lamb born on the Terra Sancta vineyard in...
Gary Smith sent in this photo of his babydoll lamb born on the Terra Sancta vineyard in Bannockburn. PHOTO: GARY SMITH

Readers have been super snap-happy, sending in fun family holiday photos for The Star Snap & Win Family Holiday Photo Competition.

There have been some great entries so far, and here is a sample of some of the entries to date.

Thanks to everyone who has sent in a photo and remember to keep snapping and sending, as there are $600 worth of prizes to be won.

The photos will be judged by Otago Daily Times illustrations editor Stephen Jaquiery.

Email your photos to competitions@thestar.co.nz with "Family Holiday Photo Competition" in the subject line.

Entries close on Friday, January 28.

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