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Winner: Bianca VII
My Best Photo of the Week Challenge finished on Wednesday, 07 Oct 2015 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.
Macro - bubble(s) Challenge finished on Wednesday, 07 Oct 2015 Submit a macro photo of a bubble or bubbles. Refer to this defination from dictionary.com of what a bubble(s) is: bubble [buhb-uh l] Spell Syllables Examples Word Origin noun 1. a nearly spherical body of gas contained in a liquid. 2. a small globule of gas in a thin liquid envelope. 3. a globule of air or gas, or a globular vacuum, contained in a solid. 4. anything that lacks firmness, substance, or permanence; an illusion or delusion. 5. an inflated speculation, especially if fraudulent: The real-estate bubble ruined many investors. 6. the act or sound of bubbling. 7. a spherical or nearly spherical canopy or shelter; dome: The bombing plane bristled with machine-gun bubbles. A network of radar bubbles stretches across northern Canada. Source: http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/bubble Submit a photo of bubbles that are tiny (like on carbonated drinks) or larger (from children blowing bubbles) or anything else! Have fun!
Winner: Blue-tailed Bee-eater (Merops philippinus)
ID Animals Challenge finished on Tuesday, 06 Oct 2015 As in challenges before, I enjoyed sharing photos of ID'ed animals to help people see what animals can be found where. In this challenge I am wanting the focus to be entirely focused on photos that could be used in books to ID animals. The idea is to get at least a full body and side view of an animal. The voting will be based on the best ID able animal. For example if someone photographs a Great Blue Heron and it is a full body photo with a clear focus and easy to tell photo, that will be able to be used to ID a species. You may put multiple imagines from different angles (ventral, dorsal, caudal, cranial) into a collage of photos. But each photo must be of a different view of the species photographed. I.E. for birding it is nice to have a ventral (bottom) dorsal (top), cranial (face, front) and caudal (tail, back) to help be able to ID the animal fully in the field. If you are interested in furthering your ID'ing skills, NatureShare.come is a great place to check out.
Winter Wonderland (with Border and Title suiting a Postcard) Challenge finished on Monday, 05 Oct 2015 This weeks Picture Postcard is all about the Seasons. Winter! Brrr, the thought of it chills me to the bone until I think of nights with a warm mead wine sitting next to a blazing fire. Go out and put your mittens on and capture a scene that speaks the beauty of Winter. Dig out that masterpiece from your hard drive! Remember to follow the rules, for if you break them you will be left out in the cold!
Sounds Challenge finished on Monday, 05 Oct 2015 Submit a photograph of something that is making a sound.
Winner: Paddleboard Sunset
Man's Best Friend Challenge finished on Sunday, 04 Oct 2015 show the interaction between 1 or more human (man, woman, or child) and 1 or more dog. BE CREATIVE, HAVE FUN.
Winner: It's a Toblerone world
Product Photography Challenge finished on Sunday, 04 Oct 2015 Product Photos similar to those you see in Magazines and Bill boards. Specially designed to grab attention and be remembered.
Winner: Oxbow Bend
Your best shots from this year that finished in the top 3 of a previous challenge Challenge finished on Sunday, 04 Oct 2015 This is a wide open challenge for shots taken in 2015 which finished in the top 3 of any previous challenge. Subject matter is wide open. I am setting the entry limit at 600 and will allow up to 3 entries per user because there are a lot of great photographers out there.
Winner: Milky Way for dpreview-5
Milky Way Challenge finished on Saturday, 03 Oct 2015 Milky Way
Winner: Protecting My Dinner
Whiskers (Nature Challenge) Challenge finished on Saturday, 03 Oct 2015 In this challenge show us interesting and unusual whiskers to be found in the animal world. Whiskers, (facial hair) on large or small animals, birds, fish and marine creatures. I am also accepting the whisker-like appendages on the faces of insects, spiders, caterpillars. Please, NO photos of whiskers on humans, or domestic pets. Macro and close-up photos welcome. Size of entry: 1,600px on the longer side.