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Keen on capturing the Caribbean on camera? We're launching a photography competition to encourage you all to grab your cameras and start taking pictures of this beautiful region… In each issue of LiME a new category will be promoted, with four categories being featured throughout the year. The winner of each will win a luxurious weekend away for two people, including flights courtesy of LIAT, plus there'll be a grand prize for the overall victor. So make sure you keep an eye on each edition of LiME, and visit www. lime- magazine. com for full details and terms and conditions… Fancy yourself as a photographer? PHOTO COMPETITION 2009 30 lime October - December 2008 Alexis Andrews Picture perfect Marine life Our first category may appear to be the easiest, but in many ways it could be the most challenging. We classify marine life as anything connected with the sea: beaches, boats, underwater life, watersports… as long as water appears in the image. We're surrounded by the sea, so there's plenty of material to work with! With the 47th annual Antigua Charter Yacht Show taking place from December 4- 9 ( see www. antigua- charter- yacht- meeting. com for details), we're reminded of the many opportunities to take photographs of the diverse number of boats that ply our waters. To help you with some top tips, we enlisted some advice ( and the sample images shown) from photographer Alexis Andrews, who is responsible for some of the most extraordinary yacht photography you'll see ( check out www. alexisandrews. com if you don't believe us!). We're proud that Alexis has agreed to join our judging panel…