Congratulations to James Colina, winner of last week’s competition for the photo with the largest number of family members. This week, we're holding another photo competition, and asking you to send in your fun family photos. Read more below.
Over 220 family members were photographed in the winning entry taken at a family reunion organized by James in August 2011. He won a photo consultation with Maureen Taylor, the Photo Detective, to learn more about his old family photos. Watch the consultation here.
Thanks to those who submitted their largest family photos. It was lovely to receive so many images from family reunions, gatherings, weddings and other celebrations, both old and new. View all the entries on our Pinterest board here.
The competition continues:
One lucky winner will have the chance to win a free photo consultation with Maureen Taylor, the Photo Detective, who will help unlock the family history mysteries behind those old family photos.
Do you have a fun, family photo? How about a photo goofing around with your family? Or an old photo of ancestors making funny faces? We’ll choose one winner that makes us laugh the most with the best photo and story.
Email entries to email@example.com with the subject “Fun Family Photo” by September 4 and include the date/year that it was taken.
Entries are subject to photo competition terms and conditions detailed below*. The consultation will take place via Google Hangout and the competition is open to all.
Don't forget to visit our “Treasure Family Photos” website and upload your family photos today to preserve them for future generations, and learn about your family history.
The MyHeritage team
*Photo competition: Do not send photos that are you do not own the rights to or those for which you do not have permission to use. MyHeritage is not responsible for photos that may be transferred without consent. The competition is open to all. Any photo received by MyHeritage for this competition may be used by MyHeritage on social media channels and for other marketing purposes now and in the future.
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