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Winner: Kao Lug, China
Countries and their stereotypical food Challenge finished on Monday, 29 Aug 2011 Italians are known for their pasta, Scotland for their Haggis. Show us a dish from a country that is stereotypically known as being from that country. Include in your descripion what the food is called and what country it is from.
Children's Museum Challenge finished on Monday, 29 Aug 2011 Show off your unique view of a children's museum.
Winner: I Love Snow
Cool Challenge finished on Monday, 29 Aug 2011 Show what you interpret as being "cool".
Winner: Red dot Galia
Melons ! Challenge finished on Monday, 29 Aug 2011 Melons, all kinds... fat one, skinny one, juicy one, sweet one.. alone or in company of vegetables, but it's got to be meatless !
5th in this series... This week's verb is "Holding" Challenge finished on Monday, 29 Aug 2011 Please show me and the viewers 'holding'. As long as the photo shows a dictionary definition, it qualifies for the challenge.
- Life in the Village -(Full Colours Only with Face(s)) Challenge finished on Monday, 29 Aug 2011 Depict life in a real village.
Computer fans Challenge finished on Sunday, 28 Aug 2011 They can be amazing , just play with the exposure , lights , and shutter speed ;) !
Winner: A leaf?
Deception Challenge finished on Sunday, 28 Aug 2011 Enter photos which protray deception of some sort. Camouflage, masks, or simply something that looks different from what it actually is.
Winner: Zoo Granby_059
Animal [ MAMMAL ] Colours : Tricolour + ! [ eligibility and rules below, dont make me DQ you for the sake of a few moments to read the rules ] Challenge finished on Sunday, 28 Aug 2011 Lets see your best shots of any species of animal MAMMAL whose natural colouring is three or more distinct colours/shades. This can include spots or stripes or patches, of any THREE OR MORE colours * visible within shot*. Its not about which animal has the most vibrant colouring, it's about the skill of the photographer capturing the colours and textures no matter how subtle or vibrant they may be. If unsure of any of the rules please do ask.