Win-win situation for Joshua and Danielle

WHEN Orange woman Danielle Jolliffe was told she had won an iPhone 5 in the Central Western Daily’s app competition the news was met with a stunned silence.

“I just did it to get my son’s photo in the paper,” Ms Jolliffe said of her gorgeous photo of her 18-month-old son Joshua.

“I’m just so so excited, I would never have been able to afford one.”

The photo of Joshua was one of the first entries received in the competition which asked people to submit a photo of what they love about Orange in summer.

Ms Jolliffe said she is a huge fan of the CWD’s iPhone app, which allows users to submit photos, news tips and enter competitions.

“It’s really easy to use ... it’s great to be a part of something in your area.”

The winning photograph was chosen by CWD managing editor Tony Rhead and chief photographer Steve Gosch.

“It’s an example of one of those great summer moments,” Mr Rhead said of the photo.

“The beauty of an iPhone is that you can capture an image anywhere and share them with others.”

The competition to win an iPhone attracted many entries featuring moments including sunsets, children in pools, cherries and Lake Canobolas.

The CWD app can be downloaded for free from iTunes.

To see some of the best entries into the CWD iPhone app competition pick up a copy of Monday’s Central Western Daily.

nadine.morton@fairfaxmedia.com.au

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