Last year we announced a contest “The Best ‘Īd Instagram Photo 2012″ contest and due to some technical issues could not host a poll to vote on the final winners. We have been feeling guilty ever since.
With the NEW site that we launched this year, we can finally host polls and vote for your favorites. These photographers have patiently waited for a whole year, so please help us give out those promised prizes. Last day to vote is August 19th, 2013.
“The Best ‘Īd Instagram Photo 2012″ contest. From intimate dinners between close friends to great community galas, from gifts to money distribution, from kheer to donuts we want to capture them all. It is really simple; we are looking for the best photograph that represents ‘Īd in your locality or where ever you pray, around the world, inshā’Allāh.
- Our staff has selected the finalists from these submissions.
- MM readers need to choose the Top 3 photographs.
- Share the poll on your social media.
- The prizes are:
- First place winner prize: $500
- Second place winner prize: $300
- Third place winner prize: $200
- Fourth to 10th place will all win a $25 Amazon gift card.
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