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Apia, Samoa (3 pictures mandatory) Challenge finished on Saturday, 03 Dec 2011 Typical Apia, Samoa
Winner: castlerigg sunrise rld small
Scenery: archeologicsite Challenge finished on Saturday, 03 Dec 2011 An archaeological site is a place (or group of physical sites) in which evidence of past activity is preserved. Show us an archeologic site. Please explain in a comment what we see.
Winner: Foggy woods
My best new picture this week Challenge finished on Saturday, 03 Dec 2011 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.
Wide apperature in the city (READ THE RULES) Challenge finished on Saturday, 03 Dec 2011 Let's see a shallow depth of field photo of something in the city. This means the background MUST be blurred but keep in mind that it should still be apparent that the photo is taken in a city or urban context. Have fun with this little balance.
Winner: Outback clouds
White clouds in blue sky. Challenge finished on Saturday, 03 Dec 2011 A bright blue sky interspersed with white clouds is always a sight to behold. Let us see some examples from different latitudes and longitudes.
Winner: Portrait in HDR
Portrait shot using HDR Challenge finished on Friday, 02 Dec 2011 As the title suggests. Subject has to be human.
A bad shot is better than no shot at all Challenge finished on Friday, 02 Dec 2011 quick! something exciting is happening and you attempt to capture it...BUT alas, not quite what you were hoping for...but you say to yourself...well...that's better than nothing!
Winner: landskab med heste
William Faulkner's "Spotted Horses" Challenge finished on Thursday, 01 Dec 2011 Very simple: just submit your picture that best expresses your personal interpretation of William Faulkner's short story "Spotted Horses"
Winner: Hot Chocolate!
"The Eye's have it". Enter, and then vote on any challenge please Challenge finished on Thursday, 01 Dec 2011 Have your subject look at us, the viewers. Show me a piercing stare, or an "invite me in" look, or the "I hate you and your camera" expression. Maybe a teasing look, an "I want you" look. Capture emotion in the eyes. Other people and animals in the photo are OK, but the main subject should be looking into the camera and should be human, of any age or gender. Try not to present an ordinary posed portrait. This is about the expression of the eyes. I'm looking for interesting expressions.