Campari Calendar Giveaway Comp

The World Loves Melbourne is giving readers the opportunity to win an iconic Campari 2013 Calendar (thanks to Campari).
The theme for the 2013 calendar is 'Kiss Superstition Goodbye'. The calendar features Penelope Cruz boldly defying a series of mystical superstitions.
International photographer Kristian Schuller shot the images of Penelope. The calendars are not for sale and there are only a limited number of calendars worldwide.
The World Loves Melbourne is giving away 2 calendars.
How To Enter
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The winners will be announced on January 10th and calendar sent out (we will contact by social media to find out where best to send it).
In sending your photo you agree to us publishing the photo on this site.
The judges decision is final and no correspondence will be entered into.
Here is some more background to the Calendar - 
The Calendar showcases Campari’s latest female protagonist in 13 visually stunning shots, as she defies some of the world’s greatest superstitions. Posing in a number of magnificent dresses, our heroine has passion and charisma, inspiring confidence as she engages with each mystical scenario. 
The photography is stunning. Having travelled around the world as a photographer, Kristian made Paris his home and spent the majority of his working time in London. His work has included photographs for magazines such as Vogue Hellas, Harper’s Bazaar, Stiefelkonig and Vogue Gioiello, photographing models including Gisele Bundchen, Amber Arbucci and Heidi Klum. In 2004 Kristian's photographic work featured on the front cover of Duran Duran's Astronaut album.
The Campari Calendar was launched in 2000 and has grown to become a globally celebrated annual event. Each year only 9,999 Calendars are printed across the globe and are not available to purchase – they are gifts for friends of Campari – making it a much sought after piece of work. 2013 will mark the 14th edition of the Campari Calendar.

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