Lenzr Celebrates 50 Year Old Dads In Time For Father’s Day

by Rob Campbell on May 29, 2010

The 50 Going On 15 photo contest on Lenzr is set to collect, display and eventually grade a wide selection of photos of people, mostly men over 50 years old doing outrageous things like they were still teenagers. Is your father or anyone you know between the age of fifty and sixty years old? Do you have shots of your Dad acting crazy at a family BBQ? Or doing some rather risky extreme sports? Or just laughing and behaving like a kid? There are lots of great images already on display in this healthy online competition.

Is your Dad crazy? does he act like a teenager? Get chocolateThe pictures don’t have to be over-the-top, but they should be considered ‘outrageous’, and each image should tell a little story, especially when compounded with relevant text in a compelling 140 character caption.

Get creative with this challenge and win a huge amount of chocolate!

The prize is over 50 lbs of pure dark chocolate and that substance is also something every Dad appreciates – this is a lifetime supply for some lucky, and probably very popular local photographer.

Remember on Lenzr the membership picks the winning images by voting and commenting on other people’s pictures – you cannot vote for your own work, and yet you can only get to cast powerful ‘registered votes’ by uploaded an image.  It’s this kooky ritual that makes Lenzr popular.

Also available this month is an escape for Mom and Dad.  Win a Las Vegas vacation for two people courtesy of this portable toilet rentals company in a queer little photo contest called Portable Luxury.

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Masako January 20, 2015 at 4:22 pm

Happy Father’s Day, Mark and all the other fathers out there! I had a nice day (apart from the bit where I was at work); went with my mom to visit my grneafathdr’s grave, which was a bit sad but still nice, and then we had a lovely meal with my dad, uncles and various cousins. After which I decided to walk the block to my house, and was tailed jokingly by my father in the car most of the way home. It’s somewhat exasperating, but also still nice to know that he worries about me.

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