Caption Contests the Denver Post Way

The Denver Post is having fun with running a news photo and asking readers to submit entries for a "Caption Contest". Here's a recent one:

Photo of Prince Charles and Camilla meeting with a dignitary.

I know that's impossible to read, so here are the reader's top submissions:

Because it's a news photo, the Post also supplies the "real caption" so everyone knows what it is:

What the Post says is the 'real' caption for this news photo.

That reads, "this is the caption and it will go on for as many words as it takes to make five lines, like this. this is the caption and it will go on for as many words as it takes."

If you can manage to learn all the secrets of the news biz like this one, you too can be a respected thought leader in your community.

Posted October 5, 2012 10:00 AM

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