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CBC Community member Sunscream sent us the winning caption for our photo caption challenge on Friday, where we asked you to write a funny caption for a news photo from our wire services.

intimidation-220.jpgWe pick winners from our comments here, from the CBC News Facebook page and from Twitter.

Here's the winning caption that Sunscream came up with, taken from Canadian band The Irish Rovers' 1968 song "The Unicorn."

"Ok, boys, all together now! 'There were green alligators and long necked geese. Some humpty back camels and some chimpanzees ...'"

Today's photo comes from Abbots Bromley in the United Kingdome, as dancers perform the Abbots Bromley Horn Dance. Click the image for the full-resolution version.

Antler-People.jpgDancers perform the Abbots Bromley Horn Dance on Sept. 12 in Abbots Bromley, United Kingdom. The dance comprising of six Deer-men, a Fool, Hobby Horse, Bowman and Maid Marian start in the early morning at the village church. A melodian player accompanies the dancers as they parade around the parish holding Reindeer antlers above their heads. The traditional Wakes Monday dance is believed to be the oldest folk dance in Britain and some of the antlers have been carbon dated to be over 1000 years old. (Christopher Furlong/Getty)

How would you describe this Getty photo by Christopher Furlong? Keep it clean and have fun.

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