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It's that time of year again, we are looking for entries for the 2019 Club Polo calendar.


The rules are simple, just post up a picture, the picture must be one that you have taken (or you have the permission of the photographer to use it) and you must be able to send me a high res or raw version. 


We as always want well thought out scenic photos. 


There are 12 months plus a cover picture that we need to fill. If you have a specific month you'd like to see your picture if it were chosen then by all means let us know when submitting your entry.


I'll start the ball rolling with a picture I took of @Ross36's Polo G40.


27205869407_3acb3f5684_k.jpgDSC_0326 by Steven Thomson, on Flickr

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Although I don't own it anymore, I did take this picture (it also got picked up by CarThrottle's IG and got somewhere in the region of 14000 likes :lol:)



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One I shot not too long ago 1647657217_calender2019.thumb.jpg.297091cf7d24266279dc1fb2e1fb5fc0.jpgwhilst on a cheeky country road blast

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On my way home this afternoon


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Loving the g40s

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Took this yesterday 🙂

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One from the Social

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