Bot­toms up to our win­ning photo

Weekend Argus (Saturday Edition) - - TRAVEL 2011 -

CONGRATULATIONS to Sue Dick­son for her pho­to­graph of three swans on the River Thames at Wind­sor.

Dick­son wins an overnight stay for two at the Dol­phin Beach Ho­tel, which has spec­tac­u­lar views of Ta­ble Moun­tain and Ta­ble Bay.

The ho­tel has spa­cious apart­ments and beach­front ca­banas to suit al­most ev­ery bud­get.

Each com­fort­ably ap­pointed unit of­fers self-cater­ing fa­cil­i­ties with satel­lite tele­vi­sion, a safe, wi- fi, un­der­cover park­ing and fa­cil­i­ties for the dis­abled, as well as house­keep­ing, babysit­ting, laun­dry and dry-clean­ing ser­vices.

The ho­tel has a chil­dren’s play area in the dunes, an out­door swim­ming pool and a health and beauty sa­lon.

The Blow­fish Restau­rant, which of­fers sushi, seafood and sun­sets, is next to the ho­tel, while Blou­berg’s en­ter­tain­ment prom­e­nade is within walk­ing dis­tance, mak­ing the Dol­phin Beach Ho­tel a per­fect fam­ily get­away.

The run­ners- up are An­wyn Ham­mond for her pho­to­graph of the Oka­vango Delta, and Chris Mur­rell for his pho­to­graph taken at Boul­ders Beach in Si­mon’s Town.

Travel will con­tinue to pub­lish the read­ers’ pho­to­graphic com­pe­ti­tion, of­fer­ing a prize of an overnight stay for the win­ner each week.

Rules: All pho­tographs must re­late to travel, and you may en­ter as many pho­tographs as you like.

All pho­tographs must be dig­i­tal and high-res­o­lu­tion.

No pho­tographs taken on cell­phones or pho­tos smaller than 700KB will be ac­cepted. All pho­tographs must be sent as jpeg at­tach­ments and not em­bed­ded in MS Word doc­u­ments.

Pho­tog­ra­phers must sup­ply their name and sur­name, as well as the sub­urb they live in, with a phone num­ber and a full cap­tion. Un­for­tu­nately, any pho­tographs re­ceived with­out full de­tails or cor­rect res­o­lu­tion will be re­jected.

Send pho­tographs to travel@ inl.co.za marked “photo com­pe­ti­tion”.

Happy snap­ping.

LEFT: An­wyn Ham­mond’s photo of the Oka­vango Delta.

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