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Our Favourite Ubuntu 13.10 Wallpaper Entries

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Did you have a snap you wanted to submit to the Ubuntu 13.10 Wallpaper Contest? You’ll need to get your skates on as the competition closes for submissions tomorrow.

Over the next few weeks a team of judges, made up in part by those whose wallpapers won during the last cycle, will pick between 10 – 15 images to ship as wallpapers with this October’s release of Ubuntu.

Ahead of today’s deadline, Sam Tran, our resident web developer, and myself have scoured through the hundreds of images already entered to pull out a few of our favourites.

Think of this list as a creative prod to those yet to take part.

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