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-Macro : Caterpillar-Like- (Full Colours Only + Border + Title watermark) Challenge finished on Thursday, 10 Apr 2014 Take a dayshot or well lit shot of what appears to resemble one or more caterpillar(s). Of course if the shot shows some action, such as it interacting with other living forms or being attacked, that would be a plus. Put a Border and Title Watermark on the photograph itself. Photo can be taken with any camera, i.e DSLR, SLR, Mirrorless, Compact, Smartphone, etc... Sunset/sunrise shots are acceptable provided they are not those silhouette type of shots.
Winner: Oiling round at Germiston, South Africa
Southern Africa: Their People Challenge finished on Thursday, 10 Apr 2014 We finish up our extended tour of Africa with two challenges aimed at the southernmost countries:  Swaziland;  Lesotho; and  South Africa. A lot of people have been to SA, so entries from Swaziland and Lesotho are especially welcome. If there are more entries than I expect, then I'll probably add more spaces, so everyone who wants can enter. Entrants are required to (1) vote for each other entry, (2) read the comments (if any) below this challenge, in case I or other entrants post with Rules questions or clarifications, and (3) follow each of the challenge rules...including voting WITHIN THE FIRST SIX DAYS of the challenge.
Winner: Splash! ©2014LThomson
Horse & Water Challenge finished on Thursday, 10 Apr 2014 Show us one or more horses frolicking in or around or close to water, ideally by the beach. The horse(s) can be with a person riding them or not, with people close to them, or not. The water must show in the picture. The horse(s) can be still or moving at any speed. Any bread of horse is OK. At the end of submission phase, please open your profile and note your challenge statistics, then read Additional rules.
Winner: Columbia Icefield in September
Canadian Provinces and Territories: Alberta Challenge finished on Thursday, 10 Apr 2014 Your images spotlighting the natural beauty of Alberta. People can be visible in your image as long as they are not the main subject of your image and don't detract from the main theme. Other provinces to follow. No scenes of cities/buildings/towns or parts of in your submitted image please. People, as mentioned, and perhaps a man made object like a small bridge or pathway is fine as long as it doesn't detract from the main theme and become the main subject itself.
Winner: Kyoto botanical garden autumn
Botanical Gardens Challenge finished on Thursday, 10 Apr 2014 Very simple: just submit your best picture of a botanical garden(s). The name and location of the botanical garden must be written. Please read the rules carefuly and please refer to the sample photo
My Best Photo of the Week Challenge finished on Wednesday, 09 Apr 2014 Did you capture a wonderful photo this week, but there's no current and appropriate challenge to display it? Here is your opportunity to show it to us. Make sure your entry is 1,600px MAXIMUM on its longer side. Please remember that this is a family-friendly site, and enter photos appropriate for everyone to view.
Winner: Glass Table
Macro - Glass Challenge finished on Wednesday, 09 Apr 2014 Take a macro photo of glass. If you do not have a macro lens, a closeup cropped image is acceptable.
Winner: Beak. Full
Beaks Challenge finished on Wednesday, 09 Apr 2014 Photoes of any Bird's Beaks are ok.
Winner: high-Key Fashion
Modelling Challenge finished on Wednesday, 09 Apr 2014 The title says it all. This challenge is dedicated for human photoshoots. Studio, outdoor, candid, fashionistic, male, female... They're all accepted, as long as the main focus of the photo is a Single person.
Winner: Through Thick & Thin
Social Documentary Photography II Challenge finished on Tuesday, 08 Apr 2014 The world can be a brutal place. Perhaps worse than natural disaster is man's cruelty or indifference to his fellow man. Social documentary photography is a compassionate view of the injustice in the world. The movement started in the 19th century, when cities -- and poverty -- grew at an alarming rate. This was documented by photographers including Jacob Riis and Lewis Hine. During the Great Depression, the U.S. Farm Security Administration hired photographers to document farmers hit hard by the Dust Bowl and the collapse in commodity prices. FSA photographers such as Dorothea Lange, Walker Evans, and Gordon Parks showed the plight of the socially distressed. More recent social documentary photographers include Don McCullin and Manuel Rivera-Ortiz.