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June photo contest: How do you start your morning?

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si_june_morning.jpgNight owls and late-shift workers among us aside, the majority of Canadians must wake up every morning to experience the day.

For some, it's an arduous task consisting of groggy showers, snooze button slapping and / or scarfing down breakfast on the commute to work.

For many, though, waking up is a pleasant experience: A fresh cup of coffee, an invigorating jog,  productive writing sessions, quiet meditation, fluffy, delicious scrambled eggs... there's a lot to love about the first hours of one's day.

If your weekend mornings happen to involve CBC News Now with Michael Serapio (and we hope they do!) you've likely seen photos of your fellow audience members showing off the ways in which they start their days.

For this month's photo contest, we're asking you to do the same. The best of your shots could end up on the air for all of Canada to see!

Semi-finalists: Featured photo of the day


How to enter

We'll be posting your best "morning shots" each weekday this June. At the end of the month, we'll select five finalists and ask you to vote for your favourite.

Upload your images using the form below, or visit our CBC Your News Community page to upload them directly to the "Morning Snaps: June 2013 photo contest" category.

If you haven't joined, it's easy to do so. And if you are a member, well, you already know what to do.

If all else fails, you can also submit images to yournews@cbc.ca. Alternately, if you want to submit one of your Instagram photos, please hashtag your submission #CBCMorningPhotos.

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