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Aviary Challenge finished on Sunday, 23 Sep 2012 An aviary is a large enclosure for confining birds. Unlike cages, aviaries allow birds a larger living space where they can fly; hence, aviaries are also sometimes known as flight cages. Aviaries often contain plants and shrubbery to simulate a natural environment. Please make the bird in the aviary the focal point of the photo.
Winner: Bumblebee On Goldenrod
Bumblebees Challenge finished on Saturday, 22 Sep 2012 Let us see your best photos of those large, hairy, jumbo jets of the bee family. Just bumblebees, not honey bees, carpenter bees, native bees; NO hover flies etc. The bee/bees must be outside, on flowers, leaves, buzzing around, or just doing what bumblebees do; NOT under studio lights. Check Wikipedia for information about bumblebees. SIZE DOES MATTER: See below!
Winner: Wiltshire Landscape
Over saturated Challenge finished on Saturday, 22 Sep 2012 Over saturated
Winner: Lovely Portrait
Sony SLT-A57 Challenge finished on Saturday, 22 Sep 2012 Any picture taken with a Sony SLT-A57
Winner: pelicans in love
My best picture this week Challenge finished on Saturday, 22 Sep 2012 Great new shot? No suitable Challenge available? No patience to wait for the right one to come by? For those unlucky members I have created this weekly returning opportunity.
Winner: Benches in snowfall
Benches Challenge finished on Saturday, 22 Sep 2012 Very simple: just submit your best picture of bench/benches(s). Please read the rules carefuly
Winner: Acing Poker
Card games Challenge finished on Saturday, 22 Sep 2012 Show me your representation of card games
Winner: Golden Orb
Canon 7d Challenge finished on Friday, 21 Sep 2012 Images captured with or of the Canon 7D.
Winner: Piloting in the night
Pilots Challenge finished on Friday, 21 Sep 2012 This challenge is to show a military or a commercial pilot in action. The pilot must be in the cockpit or next to the aircraft, preparing for flight, in flight or returning from a flight. Other aircrew may be visible but the pilot(s) must be the the main subject.