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  • Share your July 4th photos!

    Share your July 4th photos!

    How will you celebrate the Fourth of July?  Show us!  FOX 5 wants you to share your holiday photos with us!
    How will you celebrate the Fourth of July?  Show us!  FOX 5 wants you to share your holiday photos with us!

How will you celebrate the Fourth of July?  Show us!  FOX 5 wants you to share your holiday photos with us! 

If you want to share your July 4th photos, there are two ways to do it:

1)  FACEBOOK:  Post your photos on our FOX 5 Atlanta Facebook fan page.  Be sure to include your name, the city you're from, and any other details we need to know so that we can share them with our viewers online, and maybe even on-air.

2)  TWITTER: Tweet us your photos @FOX5Atlanta and use the hashtag #fourthonfox5

3) CLICK HERE TO UPLOAD YOUR PHOTOS ON OUR WEBSITE: You can upload your photos and videos here on myfoxatlanta.com with just a few clicks.  Remember, we'll need your name, the name of the city you're from, and any other info we need to know about the photo so that we can share it with the world!

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