SNAPSHOTS Donegal: You chose your Grand Finalists - now pick your winner!

Who will win our amazing Shapshots prizepack? Your vote counts!

Snapshots Donegal

Mary Devlin sent us this photo of Burt hurlers from the 1960s showing her uncle James Whoriskey, her grandfather Hugh Whoriskey and her great grandfather Johnny Whoriskey.


Liam Kenny took this photo of the summit of Carnaween in the Bluestack Mountains, the highest point in the parish of Inver, in January.


This photo sent to us by Susan Hourihane captures a carefree moment in the sand dunes at Tullan Strand, Bundoran


This photo submitted by Catherine Murrin shows Frankie Murrin Killybegs in a preview brochure printed in the UK prior to the 1994 world cup.


Submitted by Fergal Quinn, this photo from 1974 shows brothers Fergal, Aidan and Brendan Quinn (of Strabane) at Grianan of Aileach with Lough Swilly in the background. Brendan Quinn mugging for the camera!


Vincent O'Donnell sent us this photo of Patrick McDyre of Inver making a creel


Submitted by Alice Kelly, this photo of a plane at Mountcharles Pier was taken by Owen Gillespie, Mountcharles


Thanks to everyone who sent in photos for our Snapshots competition and well done to everyone who reached the Grand Final.

We had a tie for second place in Week One, so we have seven finalists.

To find out more about the final seven photos see: Snapshots Donegal - meet the Grand Finalists and read the story behind the photographs

Vote for your favourite now to see who will win our amazing prizepack worth €600.

The poll closes on Sunday, February 23 at 11.00pm so get voting.

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