The day has dawned. Capture your best image tomorrow - and only tomorrow - for chance to win a break in our photo competition.
It's time to get snap happy – we're just hours away from One Summer's Day.
For one day only – tomorrow – we want you to grab your camera and get clicking for our annual mass participation photography event.
Once again, the Belfast Telegraph has teamed up with the Northern Ireland Tourist Board to encourage photographers of all ages and abilities to capture an interesting image.
It could be spectacular landscape, a person or pet.
The main stipulation is that the photograph MUST be taken tomorrow.
The winner will walk away with a short staycation break, courtesy of NITB, and the best 100 photographs will be included in a special commemorative supplement, which will be produced and distributed in September.
Belfast Telegraph picture editor Peter Rainey said he wanted to see creativity and imagination in the entries.
"I'm looking forward to looking through this year's readers' snaps," he said.
"Let's hope the weather stays good and that entrants come up with some interesting, imaginative, creative pictures. Whatever summer means to you, that's what we want to see, whether it's a stunning landscape or a portrait or something more unusual."
In previous years the competition has attracted hundreds of entrants from across Northern Ireland.
Meanwhile, Stephen Clements of Citybeat said the location he'd like to photograph held a special meaning for him.
"I would like to photograph the Wren's Eggs on the walk at Blackhead in Whitehead," he said. "One of my earliest childhood memories was mum and dad lifting my brother and me up to them and remember thinking we were on top of a mountain. Seeing them now, well they're not that big, but they continue to create memories.
"It's also where I proposed to my wife, and luckily she said yes."
And U105's Jerry Lang said he would love to capture the Mourne Mountains. "I've always had an interest in photography and one place I've always wanted to photograph and never had the opportunity is the area around and including the Mournes," he said. "I'd love to snap places like Murlough Bay and also the slightly more off-the-beaten track parts of the mountains, streams, forests, landscapes."
What you need to know
Photos are to be taken ONLY tomorrow, Saturday, August 2, 2014. Entries will be split into three categories – primary school, secondary school and adult. Entrants must mark clearly their age and category when submitting their entry. Send your entry via email to onesummersday@belfast telegraph.co.uk with a note explaining the content of the picture and what makes it so special. The closing date for entries is Saturday, August 16 with winners to be announced in September. Failure to comply with any of the above rules and regulations will result in disqualification. Take one photo on one day and you could win the biggest photographic competition in Northern Ireland.