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Winner: mount kanchendzonga
Quad split Challenge finished on Thursday, 10 Feb 2011 Show us a serie of 4 color or B/W pictures in a quad split
Paint Challenge finished on Thursday, 10 Feb 2011 Color pictures about this topic
Om Challenge finished on Thursday, 10 Feb 2011 Enter an image which evokes the concept of Transcendental Meditation
Winner: Frozen Lake Lighhouse
- Below Zero -(Dayshots of with no Living Animal/Human+ Full Colours Only) Challenge finished on Thursday, 10 Feb 2011 There's something magical and tranquil about a frozen/half frozen lake/river etc. Capture that beautiful scenery of nature's hand at work. You can include boats/ trees/ houses etc as props for your photos, but the frozen lake/river must be there as the eyecatching item.
Winner: Cormorant and Fish
Sinh Nhut Nguyen
Sinh Nhut Nguyen
Your best wild bird photo Challenge finished on Thursday, 10 Feb 2011 high quality images of wild birds. No captive or domestic birds. No humans in the image. Must be in a wild or natural setting (back yards ok so long as no man made items are included and the birds are free wild birds).
[b&w] hope Challenge finished on Wednesday, 09 Feb 2011 worthless description. simply "hope".
Winner: The warmth of Dave Brubeck's sound
Speakers Challenge finished on Wednesday, 09 Feb 2011 Speakers, of the mechanical kind. Y'know, the ones with magnets and cones and thumping music. Not the motivational ones.
Winner: Portrait of a Snake
Top Class of 2010! Consistency Award Challenge finished on Wednesday, 09 Feb 2011 2010 is over and we've been invited to vote on the top 100 most-voted pictures, which makes for an interesting crop. GREAT! But I think it's also time to celebrate the most consistent photographers within the DPReview community. Let's give us an opportunity to review the best shots (i.e. 1st places) submitted and voted during 2010, originating exclusively from the DPReview Members with an average placement equal or superior to 65% and a minimum of 50 entries (at the time of submission of this challenge) . Because behind most award-winning photographs lies a complete portfolio as well as a photographer's consistent quest for creativity and sharing of a personal vision. See full rules to avoid DQ. Good luck!