'The Star' Snap & Win Family Holiday Photo Competition: January 20

Friends Grace Slocombe (10, left) and Eloise McKay (10) enjoy their ice creams while standing...
Friends Grace Slocombe (10, left) and Eloise McKay (10) enjoy their ice creams while standing inside a spillway pipe at Benmore Dam. PHOTO: JUDI MCKAY
Cooper Murray (1) cools off during a 29degC day. PHOTO: KENT MURRAY
Cooper Murray (1) cools off during a 29degC day. PHOTO: KENT MURRAY
Katara Harrison (1) enjoys playing outside in the sunshine. PHOTO: MARAMA HARRISON
Katara Harrison (1) enjoys playing outside in the sunshine. PHOTO: MARAMA HARRISON
Siblings (from left) Bowie (9), Frankie (6) and Joey (3) Gallop enjoy a paddle in Taramea Bay,...
Siblings (from left) Bowie (9), Frankie (6) and Joey (3) Gallop enjoy a paddle in Taramea Bay, Riverton, earlier this month. PHOTO: HAYLEY GALLOP
Youngsters George (3) and Angus (2) Carruthers enjoy the last of the sun at New Brighton...
Youngsters George (3) and Angus (2) Carruthers enjoy the last of the sun at New Brighton playground, in Christchurch. PHOTO: ERIN CARRUTHERS
Covey Stevenson (11) sits on a tractor at the Lavender Farm in Wanaka. PHOTO: NOAH STEVENSON
Covey Stevenson (11) sits on a tractor at the Lavender Farm in Wanaka. PHOTO: NOAH STEVENSON

We are loving seeing our readers’ entries in The Star Snap & Win Family Holiday Photo Competition.

Thank you to everyone who has entered so far — we have had some great entries.

The competition closes on Friday, January 28, so if you have not sent us your fun, family snaps there is still time.

Send them to competitions@thestar.co.nz with the names and ages (if under 18) of the people in the photo and a brief description of what they are doing.

Please put "Family Holiday Photo Competition" in the subject line.

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

There are $600 worth of prizes to be won thanks to The Photo Gallery.

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