Someone Once Told Me Malta
Malta Inside Out and Someone Once Told Me are joining forces on this ‘project cum competition’ that is open to anyone living in, or who has a a linkage with Malta.
Someone Once Told Me shows black and white photos of people holding up a written message of something that someone once told them. The person in the photo can be you, or someone you know. There is a new photo every day.
HOW TO ENTER
We are inviting people to send in pictures to email@example.com, or upload pictures to our Someone Once Told Me Malta Flickr group. Photos must be taken in Malta or Gozo, with accompanying messages in English or Maltese. Each submission must give the full written details of the story behind the quote, the location within Malta of the image and, if necessary, an English translation.
Competition closing date: midnight CET, 2 August, 2009.
Someone Once Told Me is the brainchild of Mario Cacciottolo, a BBC journalist of Maltese descent, who has worked on stories such as WWII Nazis, suicide bombers in Israel and the aftermath of the 2004 Asian tsunami. He has collected over 900 photographs for the SOTM project from around the world, and wants to add to the collection with submissions from Malta.
Judging & Prize: Mario will select a winning photograph from the group here, post it on the Someone Once Told Me site, and give a prize from some goodies on the merchandise page.
To see how Mario’s photo-site works and to get an idea of the type of photos and messages check out this page on someoneoncetoldme.com. There are also details of terms and conditions on this page.