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Winner: Old Truck
Not Going Down the Road Challenge finished on Wednesday, 01 Feb 2012 At the end of the day, even the best cared for vehicle stops working, either from old age, an accident or just no known reason, which can be frustrating as all heck! This challenge is to show a motorized vehicle (car, bike golf cart, whatever) in a condition that it is never going to work any more. Please, if you do shoot an accident, no blood or gore in the shot. This is about the machine, not a person.
Winner: Looking out...
Magazine cover: Horse Challenge finished on Wednesday, 01 Feb 2012 A trade publication, specializing in small-farm equipment and country living, needs a cover for an upcoming issue. The magazine will contain a few equestrian related articles and requires a suitable cover: an image of a horse. The image must be vertical (portrait orientation) and clearly show one or more horses. The horse(s) must be quite predominant in the image, and not off in the distance.
Winner: Waterfall in Kalihi Valley
Hawaii, Oahu. Challenge finished on Wednesday, 01 Feb 2012 Post your best shot from Oahu, Hawaii.
Winner: Tesselated Pavements
Photographer at work Challenge finished on Tuesday, 31 Jan 2012 put a photo of a photographer at his work behind stage with all his gear or when his taking the shot
Winner: Hot ride
Hot!!! Challenge finished on Tuesday, 31 Jan 2012 People feeling hot.
Winner: Snow through the window
Feeling At Home (capture date rule) Challenge finished on Tuesday, 31 Jan 2012 Convey the feeling of being "at home" in a picture.
Winner: Astronomical Clock, Prague, CZ
A clock Challenge finished on Tuesday, 31 Jan 2012 A photo of a clock doing what it does best. It can be a simple digital clock or Big Ben, it doesn't matter as long as it's NOT a watch. Additional rules apply, please read carefully.
Gus van Helden
Gus van Helden
Life On Frozen Water Challenge finished on Tuesday, 31 Jan 2012 "I think over again my small adventures, | My fears, | Those small ones that seemed so big, | For all the vital things | I had to get and to reach; | And yet there is only one great thing, | The only thing, | To live to see the great day that dawns | And the light that fills the world." The emotions awakened by this beautiful poem of an anonymous 19th century Inuit author; how would you express them photographically? Your work should merge the harshness of icy, cold environment with the blessing of life that such an ambience yet offers. Use the above poem to align the elements in your impression. PLEASE NOTE: Ignoring the Rules will cause disqualification.