Wow! Where did that year go? Here we are again with the Winter Solstice and the Christmas season just days away. I recently put up the lights, and, with more space in the new digs, we’re considering a real tree this year.
Three prints of Hostel, Jericho, Vancouver, 1985 (see above, but note that there’s no watermark on prints) are up for grabs: 1 limited-edition 7×7 print, 1 limited edition 11×11 print, and 1 limited edition 15×15 print, all printed on 100% rag paper signed and embossed by the photographer. A greeting card will also be awarded. Here’s a direct link to the print-for-sale at the sales gallery. There you can see sizes, prices, and an enlargeable image — which still doesn’t give a true sense of the beauty of an original print.
Deadline for submissions is midnight, December 20, 2016. A random draw will occur on the 21st (Winter Solstice). See last year’s draw.
Winners will be contacted by return email for a shipping address and we’ll ship promptly. (Raymond Parker Photography cannot guarantee date of delivery. Prints will be shipped via Canada Post surface mail). Please reply promptly. Unclaimed prizes will go to the next draw in line.
I live in Canada. See below for eligible entries.
If you’re on our mailing list, bonus, you’re automatically entered into the contest. You don’t have to do anything more. But you could still share this with friends who aren’t on the list. If you’re not, and you’d like a chance to win a print, simply join our list. Here’s how: Go to the shop. Scroll down to the footer and sign up for the newsletter (your email address will never be published) and complete the sign-up process. Alternately, you can click the popup bar at the top of a page (bottom on mobile) and join there. Of course, then you’ll be first to know about future deals and contests!
The draw is open to entrants from Canada, US, and UK. Entrants from outside Canada are responsible for any customs, import duties, brokerage fees, and taxes incurred. Sorry next-of-kin, you don’t qualify. All other submissions go in the hat.
Merry Christmas and good luck!