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Contest: What does Christmas look like to you?

What does Christmas look like to you?

Is it that childhood photo with the family on Christmas morning? Baking cookies with grandma? Dad chopping down the tree?  The dog in reindeer antlers?

Your quintessential photo could be featured in the Christmas edition of The Globe & Mail.

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Here's how:

1) Send your Christmas photo to life@globeandmail.com (one photo only, please!) with Christmas in the subject line. Tell us about the photo - who's in it and why does it represent Christmas to you? Be sure to include your name and city as well. The deadline for submitting photos will be 12a.m. on December 14.

2) We'll post all photos to our Globe Life Facebook page.  Like us on Facebook here to see the submitted photos and 'like' your favourites.

3) The photo with the most likes will be printed in the Christmas edition of the Globe & Mail.

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