DFDS Shortlist Nomination… again

At the beginning of 2015 I was fortunate enough to be nominated by DFDS Seaways for inclusion in their shortlist for the title Travel Blogger of the Year Award. This year one of my photographs has been included in the 50 strong shortlist in the DFDS Winter Photo Competition.

Having got as far as the shortlist it is now down to the public (that’s you, my readers) to vote for their favourite. I would be really grateful if you would vote for my photograph. You can find all 50 photographs by clicking on this link – DFDS Winter Photo Competition.

The photograph you are looking for is the one featured below taken when I was in Finland. You might need to scroll down to find it.

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You can read more of my winter adventures adventures in Finland here. Some of them were particularly crazy others were challenging and some were a little tamer.

DFDS Seaways operates on several routes to Europe from the UK
DFDS Seaways operates on several routes to Europe from the UK

DFDS Seaways, who organised the competition, are a leading ferry company operating routes from Dover and Newhaven to Dunkirk, Calais and Dieppe in France and from Newcastle to Amsterdam. Details of their sailings can be found on their website www.dfdsseaways.co.uk.

To those who plan to vote for my photograph, thank you in advance.

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