This week's Facebook cover image as chosen by our readers.
This week's Facebook cover image as chosen by our readers. Contributed

A winter's frost at sunrise

HERE is this week's cover image as chosen by our readers. Congratulations Bobby D Skidmore!

"A winter's frost at sunrise" was the popular choice with 20 likes and glowing compliments: "Magic photo," wrote Murray Pocock.

"So cold but so cool!" said Andy Marion. "Oh it was, Andy. Even the tripod legs had frost on them!" added Bobby D Skidmore.

There were more than 40 submissions on our Monday evening post. You can see a selection of some of the more popular pictures below.

Our weekly cover image competition celebrates the beauty of the Ipswich region and the talent of the area's photographers - both professional and amateur.

To submit an image for Photo of the Week, share it to our Facebook page - facebook.com/thequeenslandtimes

To have a say in which image is selected, watch out for our Facebook post every Monday.

Did you know you can also submit photos or stories for publication in The QT's website? Go to qt.com.au/your-story/ and click "submit your story".

Our weekly cover image competition celebrates the beauty of the Ipswich region and the talent of the area's photographers - both professional and amateur. Kerri Ward - Ipswich RSL Youth and Community Band.
Our weekly cover image competition celebrates the beauty of the Ipswich region and the talent of the area's photographers - both professional and amateur. Kerri Ward - Ipswich RSL Youth and Community Band. Contributed

 



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