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Vote for your favourite photo of Nuit Blanche 2015

Nuit Blanche is not quite a distant memory, but now that the extended exhibitions have ended, it's time to look back at some of the best photos that our readers submitted as part of our photography contest this year. From JR's stunning city hall exhibit to the lava show at the Harbourfront, there was some stunning stuff captured this year.

These are the 10 finalists selected as part of this year's contest.

1. Lead photo of Inside Out by boravsbora.

2. Photo of EMPREINTES by

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bradg_

3. Photo of The Eyes of the Bridge by

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alisa416

4. Photo of Beaufort 10: FrĂ­o Estudio del Desastre by

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jashmalik

5. Photo of Ripple by

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mmere_dane

6. Photo of Beaufort 4: Lava Field No. 2 by

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empatiqdesign

7. Photo of Slight Knight by

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u2thdr

8. Photo of Beaufort 3: Glaciology by

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ian.chang

9. Photo of Pattern Study by

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nsadeq

10. Photo of There Is No Away by

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utaripradita

UPDATE

The results are now in! Congrats to grand prize winner EMPREINTES by bradg and runner-up prize winner Slight Knight by u2thdr.

CONTEST AND PRIZING DETAILS

In celebration of the 10th edition of Nuit Blanche Toronto, initially inspired by Nuit Blanche Paris, the Consulate General of France in Toronto, the winner will receive two round-trip flights from Toronto to France.

The second prize is an exclusive life-size Barn Owl sculpture from artist Ekow Nimako, who is part of the Nuit Blanche exhibition 10 for 10th - Memory Lane. Learn more about Ekow on Instagram @ekonomical and www.ekownimako.com. Project details here.

For the full rules and regulations, click here.

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