High School Photo Contest: Back to School

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The entries are in for the September-October round of our photo contest for Houston-area high school students.

The theme was Back to School, and we got snaps of lockers, chemistry projects, cheerleaders and soccer players.

Click here to see the entries and be sure to come back to this post and vote for your favorite in the comments. Winners get bookstore gift certificates and become eligible for a $1,000 college scholarship.

The theme for the next round is Weather. Bright, sunny, cloudy, foggy - no matter. Just show us what it's like outside. Bonus points for showing us the results of weather, e.g. traffic, a flooded flower bed, a dry creek, you get the idea. Just be sure not to stare directly at the sun, and don't go chasing any tornados. -- Keith Plocek

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