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Win A Samsung Galaxy S4 In Our Forum Competition!

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roar349 3 1
16 May 2013 9:11AM
Our Chocolate Labrador (Galaxy) Ripple

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emmaK22 e2
3 55 United Kingdom
16 May 2013 2:50PM
You've only got until midnight tomorrow (Friday 17 May 2013) to enter, so show us two of your best 'Galaxy' images to be in with a chance of winning the Samsung Galaxy S4! More information can be found on the first page of this thread.

Good luck!
john thompson 11 730 United Kingdom
16 May 2013 4:23PM
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Polaris Star trail & Aurora Borealis. Press Castle, Scotland.
Niknut e2
4 673 64 United Kingdom
16 May 2013 4:37PM
Niknut e2
4 673 64 United Kingdom
16 May 2013 4:39PM
16 May 2013 4:54PM
Omg! Most amazing thing ever :^) tumblr-m8q17nkkat1rw88wpo1-r1-1280.jpg

becky0306 1 1 United Kingdom
16 May 2013 5:46PM
The most precious star in our Galaxy, the glorious Sun...without it our Planet would not exist (picture taken by myself using Panasonic Lumix DC Vario)
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There are so many wonderful things out there in the Universe, so I just thought to bring some of them together in this rather playful way..x

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Quoise e2
1 298 United Kingdom
16 May 2013 6:12PM
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My favourite galaxy WinkTongue
Amor 2 1 United Kingdom
16 May 2013 6:16PM
Quoise e2
1 298 United Kingdom
16 May 2013 6:21PM
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Even saucepans have a galaxy...if you add a little oil and water GrinTongue
CDSINUK 2 223 England
16 May 2013 7:26PM
Inner Space
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16 May 2013 8:21PM
My very own Galaxy in my bedroom, created with fiber optics.my-galaxy.jpg

16 May 2013 9:45PM
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Krafti 1 2
16 May 2013 9:47PM
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City of London (My interpretation of a metaphorical starscape)