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Winner: Flaming Dr. Peppers
The Songs Of Life: Drinkin' In L.A. Challenge finished on Tuesday, 23 Aug 2011 READ THE RULES! This challenge is all about interpretation: I named it with the title of a popular song (by Bran Van 3000), and it will be up to the entrants to determine what the song means to them - and how they can express that with a photo.
Winner: Elderly Orissa Woman
You're Only Old Once! - Dr. Seuss Challenge finished on Tuesday, 23 Aug 2011 Continuing the tribute to Dr. Seuss let's see great images of those who are obsolete children. Some age gracefullly...others don't.
Winner: Nasu light house
The Bahamas Challenge finished on Monday, 22 Aug 2011 Show off your unique view of the Bahamas.
Winner: The big bad wolf...
Bad Challenge finished on Monday, 22 Aug 2011 Show what you interpret as being "bad".
Winner: evening glow
Countries and their stereotypical flowers Challenge finished on Monday, 22 Aug 2011 The Netherlands is known for their tulips, Australian is known for its Waratah. Show me a photo of a flower that is stereotypically from a country. Include in the description the name of the flower and what country it is known for.
Winner: Summer in the City
-Summer City Street Scene- (BW dayshot with face(s)) Challenge finished on Monday, 22 Aug 2011 Basically that. Make sure it's to theme and it looks good. Area of human > 10% of photo area.
Go ! Go ! Go ! Challenge finished on Monday, 22 Aug 2011 The theme is from the title of the Song "Go! Go! Go!" lyrics and music by Supreme Master Ching Hai. It is open to your artistic interpretation ! Anything within the rules and vegan will be accepted.
Winner: Peoples Temper
Creative use of wideangles lens (below 25mm) - NO open spaces, NO fisheye Challenge finished on Monday, 22 Aug 2011 Let's try to use wideangles lens for taking a "different" picture... NO open spaces (landscapes, cityscapes, panorama, and so on), while portraits, street photography, whatever else is allowed. This challenge aims to collect pictures which exacerbate the typical wideangle effect, so pls note that are allowed only pictures taken with a focal lenght below 25mm. According to this, it is mandatory to indicate which kind of lens you used. PLS NOTE: this is not a discussion about wideangle lens, only a challenge. We also speak about wideangles lens whose focal lenght is above 25mm, but this is not the intention of this challenge.
4th in this series... This week's verb is "Balancing" Challenge finished on Monday, 22 Aug 2011 Please show me and the viewers 'Balancing'. Kids, adults, pets on a fence, squirrels on a bird feeder, if you have the age old elephant on a ball , great! Use a scale, or use your imagination. As long as the photo shows a dictionary definition, it qualifies for the challenge.