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Vote for your favourite photo of Nuit Blanche 2017

Nuit Blanche 2017 has come and gone, and now we're left to pore over the photos from another all-night art extravaganza. During this year's festival, we once again partnered with the City of Toronto on the official photo challenge.

Hundreds of people emailed and tagged their photos with #blogTOnbTO hashtag out of which 10 finalists were selected for the final showdown. Thanks to everyone who participated this year!

1. Lead photo The Transformation by Joel Alvin Cayaban.

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2. Since Now, From Then (Derelict Homes) by Dominic Bugatt0.

A post shared by Bosco da Costa (@bosco_costa) on

3. Monument to a Century of Revolutions by @bosco_costa.

A post shared by @kiantang on

4. Since Now, From Then (Live Painting) by @kiantang.

A post shared by Lilian (@la19eightytwo) on

5. Garden Tunnel by @la19eightytwo.

A post shared by Zara B (@kbash246) on

6. The Upside Down by @kbash246.

A post shared by Naeem (@nnvv__) on

7. Truth by @nnvv_.

8. Won't Back Down by @agreatcapture.

A post shared by Laum (@transitnap) on

9. Horses by @transitnap.

A post shared by Distorted Lens (@multicultured) on

10. EDIT Festival by @multicultured.

Winners will receive the following prizes:
  • 1st place: $200 Henry's giftcard
  • 2nd place: $100 Henry's giftcard
  • 3rd place: $50 Henry's giftcard

Voting in the poll ends at 11:59 p.m. on October 8, 2017.

Lead photo by

Joel Alvin Cayaban


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