30 Nov 2021

SNAPSHOTS POLL: Vote for your favourite Kildare shot

Get voting!

SNAPSHOTS: Dust off your old photos and enter our fantastic competition!

SNAPSHOTS: Dust off your old photos and enter our fantastic competition!

The start of a Gordon Bennett Run, which wasn't today nor yesterday.   John Weld is in front - can you help us identify who the other people are in this  marvellous  photograph? It was sent in by  Florence Brindley.

A busy street in China with Tommy Higgins from the Moat Club Theatre on St Patrick's Day 2011.  Paddy Travers sent it to us who was also there and had hired a guide to take them to the Great Wall 

Panto Party, another super picture - and this one was sent in by Anna Woods

A family affair; Grandmother Eileen, aunt Janet front right, Trish McKibblin front middle and little sister Marilyn behind. They are on the bridge beside Whites Castle in Athy, Co Kildare in 1969. This lovely picture was sent in by 
Trish Mckibbin,  of Kilcullen

This photo is of the late Mother Margaret Mooney and Michael Walsh both from Ticknevin, Carbury. It was taken in Dublin City centre 63years when they first got engaged. This lovely picture was sent in by their daughter Brigid Egan

A picture of “the Ball” in Naas. All that is missing is the sprig of holly on top! It was taken in January 2010. Sent in by Pat Breen

The Curragh cinema fire on October 18. 1989. It was submitted by  by Cathal Malone

The case of the curious sheep on the Curragh was submitted by Cathal Malone, of Browstown, Curragh

We want readers to take a photo of those much-loved print photos and send them to us.

Whether it was taken a few years ago on an instant camera or a few decades ago, we want the photo that stands out for you.

It can be from a social event, a landscape shot, a funny pic or even a holiday snap — we want them all. Yes, even those dodgy “look at the state of my hair” debs photos!

We want you to dust off the golden oldies, take a picture of your old picture and email it to us at

We will feature your pictures in both our print and online editions and we thank you for the great shots received so far.

In addition to running your images on and our social media pages we will also carry two pages of your images every week in the Leinster Leader.

Here are the first lot of photographs for you to vote for your best one.

Two winners will go forward every week, leaving six of our readers images going forward to the grand finale with a chance to win our amazing prize package.

The overall winner as voted by the public will win the fantastic prize.

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