: Classes are ending, vacation plans are depleting offices around the country and attention spans are evaporating in the sun. It's summer once again, and in case you forgot why you were so stoked on it last year, our readers have chosen
10 photos to remind you. Over the past two weeks of voting we've received many truly excellent submissions, with these 10 superb photos gaining top ranking among voters. Andrew Brooks won the contest with Sunset Over Wheatfield at left. Mr. Brooks will be receiving a subscription to Wired magazine and a digital picture frame for his desk.
Since we had so many great photos that we think should've received more votes, we've also compiled a Wired.com Editor's Choice Summer Photo Gallery
Our next twice-monthly photo contest is squares. Show us your best photographic ode to this classic shape. Check out the contest page
for more information.
Sunset Over Wheatfield
Submitted by Andrew Brooks
"Late summer 2006, in the south of England."
: Hurry, We're Almost There!
Submitted by Chumdinger
"Running to our favorite swimming spot on Maui, Hawaii."
: Secret Secret Garden
Submitted by Eric Cabahug
"Come inside and let's play."
: Summer Fishing
Submitted by Matt H
"A net fisherman at Majuro in the Marshall Islands ending the day with the sun setting across the lagoon."
: Playing in the Ocean
Submitted by Jacob Maentz
"Two children playing in the water at sunset."
: Watering the Dog
Submitted by CM
"Boy feeding the dog some water."
: The Best of Nightmares
Submitted by Hanna Eliasson
"Took this one shortly after seeing Terry Gilliam's fantastic movie Tideland and becoming very inspired by the surrealistic yet rural moods of it. (I also took the title from the movie.) The scene is just outside of Grimeton in Swedish landscape Halland."
: The Serve
Submitted by Aaron Young
"Volleyball in Newport Beach, California."
: Kenyan Sunset
Submitted by Mat Hayward
"The best summer I ever had ...."
: Cool. Down.
Submitted by Bosh
"A description is required, but none will be provided :)"
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