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About CityClickers
In November, five European blog networks joined forces to find photographers who could capture the style of their country.

The 10 winners from five countries were given an LG Viewty cameraphone and asked to moblog people they felt best represented the style of their country.

You can check out all the competition entries, as well as the winners’ shots on CityClickers.

Contribute your own photos!
If you think you can snap a portrait that captures the style of your country, send us your photo and each week we’ll pick our favourite one to feature here on CityClickers. Simply snap a photo and MMS or email it to cityclickers@moblg.net
for your chance to feature alongside the official CityClickers photographers.

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Spain

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The last one, to get dark in the city.
24th Nov 2007, 11:10   | tags:comments (1)

Spain

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Sight from the top of the teide
24th Nov 2007, 11:09   | tags:comments (0)

Spain

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Hi, there is a typical stamp of Seville, Spain.
24th Nov 2007, 11:08   | tags:comments (0)

Spain

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Another one: night party.
24th Nov 2007, 11:07   | tags:comments (0)

Spain

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Hi, there is a photo about lottery and goog sense of humor, typical spanish.
24th Nov 2007, 11:05   | tags:comments (0)

Spain

HI, there are five photos from Spain:

1- To get dark in the city.
2- typical stamp from Seville.
3- Sigth from the top of the Teide.
4- Night party.
5- Lottery and good sense of humor.
24th Nov 2007, 10:59   | tags:comments (0)

UK: Sessions

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This may not represent the style of the UK, but it's certainly
indicative of its character. Work like heck to get the week in check,
and then: time for a session.

posted by mr.nige
24th Nov 2007, 00:55   | tags:comments (1)

Deutschland: Deutsche Meinner lesen.

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23rd Nov 2007, 23:38   | tags:comments (0)