Edit: The first, second and third placed photos are below.
One lucky LJN member is just a few days away from picking up a Canon G12 Digital camera and it's you who will decide.
Please choose your favourite Landscape Juice Network member's photograph from one on the thirty-seven pages below - be warned, you'll need a little bit of time because there are some amazing images to choose from.
Don't rush though, there's plenty of time.
How to vote - please read carefully
Each page (there are 34 of them) contains between 6-9 images. Scroll through each page until you reach an image that catches your eye. When you do arrive at an image you like, click the 'reply' link at the base of the image and a comment box will open up - your comment will be added underneath the image.
By leaving a comment in the comment box you'll be leaving a vote for that image and quite simply, when the voting time is up, the image with the most comments will win the camera; and the second and the third placed images winning a signed copy of Philip Smith's Better Plant and Garden Photography.
What makes a winning image?
It's your decision. If you are a purist then the winning image will capture a mood and be technically faultless but there are images in this competition that have other qualities which may make them worthy of a prize.
Some of you will find stunning scenery with wonderful light and atmospherics to be the reason why an image gets your vote but others might find some of the images will make you smile or bring back memories - It really is you, and nobody else, who'll bring the best image - for whatever your reason - to the top.
Please bear in mind that a little mischief may distort the result so on behalf of every member, may I ask that anyone who leaves a vote, does so in the right spirit - remembering that your profile is linked to every vote.
There are 399 images... enjoy the judging
The judging closed at midnight on Friday 18 2011
The Winner - Chobham Common by Benedict Green
Second - Charged by David Buchanan
Third - Magical Light by Richard Loader