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Winner: Las Vegas
Deserted U.S City Streets-No vehicles or living creatures present-B&W, duo-tone, or Sepia only Challenge finished on Wednesday, 15 Dec 2010 Submit an image of any paved city street in the U.S. No highways, freeways, dirt roads, driveways or alleys allowed, can be shot at any time, day or night. Only one caveat: vehicles of any kind, people of any age, or animals of any species must NOT be in the frame. Be sure an automobile can navigate the street - stairs usually get in the way. Nothing from outside U.S. please, be sure to mention location.
[b&w] joy Challenge finished on Wednesday, 15 Dec 2010 Simply joy... (mind the rules below)
Winner: Barrier Island Hit
Energy Challenge finished on Tuesday, 14 Dec 2010 Anything you think resembles energy.
Japanese cars Challenge finished on Tuesday, 14 Dec 2010 post any shots for Japanese cars .. subaru , honda , toyota .. etc ..
Winner: STREETS IN BANGKOK 2
Everyday Life: One day in the streets (2) Challenge finished on Tuesday, 14 Dec 2010 This is the second challenge of a short series which started 2 weeks ago. So once again...pick up your camera and go out in the streets. Shoot shoot shoot but this time submit your (2) most interesting pictures. Both of them should be taken within 12 hours. You can't submit one image. You need to submit (2). See rules.
Winner: Sarangani Province, Philippines
My hometown in November , any year . Name of your hometown in the title. Entries taken in December 2010 also qualify. Challenge finished on Tuesday, 14 Dec 2010 Pictures of your hometown.
Winner: Foggy evening in Chicago
skyscrapers Challenge finished on Monday, 13 Dec 2010 any shot for skyscrapers ( exterior only )
> view from a car Challenge finished on Monday, 13 Dec 2010 The shot must be taken from the inside of a car. Your shot must include some interior parts of the car - fail to do so will trigger disqualification.
He ain't heavy..... Challenge finished on Monday, 13 Dec 2010 Doesn't matter what culture you look at, young children have to be carried. Show us a photo of a child being carried, whether in a person's arms or in a child carrier of some sort.