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Winner: Before the Rush
Looking down on the world Challenge finished on Friday, 30 Sep 2011 Show me a photo where you (the camera) have been at a significantly higher elevation than the subject you have taken a photo of.
Military aircraft Challenge finished on Friday, 30 Sep 2011 exactly what it says
Winner: Ropes for sailing.
Rope(s) Challenge finished on Thursday, 29 Sep 2011 Black and white square pictures with rope(s) as main subject
Slug Challenge finished on Thursday, 29 Sep 2011 Color picture of only one slug
Ed at Ridersite
Ed at Ridersite
For Voters: Four... Not the number, but the quantity. Challenge finished on Thursday, 29 Sep 2011 I'm looking for photo's that have 4 objects. They can be identical, similar, or opposite. 4 bags of chips, 4 dancers, 4 cars, etc. 4 of something. Entry to this challenge is limited. Look at your profile. It lists # challenges entered and total votes placed. "Total votes" must be at least = to your "Total Challenges X 25" to qualify. If we all vote on a few challenge topics that interest us, we might have a fairer outcome overall. So, if you want to enter this challenge, and you haven't voted much, please take some time, and do some voting on some of the open challenges and then enter. Please don't submit entries if you don't qualify.
Marbles Challenge finished on Thursday, 29 Sep 2011 Simple: enter photos of marbles. The more creative the better.
Orhan Pamuk's "Snow" (Kar) Challenge finished on Thursday, 29 Sep 2011 Very simple: just submit your picture that best expresses your personal interpretation of Orhan Pamuk's novel "Snow" (Kar)
Everyday Life - Planes Challenge finished on Thursday, 29 Sep 2011 We see them everyday. Planes, just planes. No Helicopters, no microlight aircraft, no hot-air or gas ballon, ... I think you got it. Just Planes or any part of a plane (see sample pic).
Winner: Ultraviolet moon1
- Ultraviolet - (Abstract shot in Full Colours Only) Challenge finished on Thursday, 29 Sep 2011 Is it possible to create an abstract shot in the theme of something no human eyes have ever scene? What colour does ultraviolet resemble? What subject would be best to represent this 'thing' which is all over us, everyday?