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Winner: New year's coming
Ringing in the new year Challenge finished on Friday, 21 Jan 2011 Photos of people celebrating the New Year
memories of her Challenge finished on Friday, 21 Jan 2011 memories that she left for you !!
Winner: One Cornetto
Holiday Abstracts Challenge finished on Thursday, 20 Jan 2011 Whichever holiday you observe during this time of year enter an abstract image of decorations or events or important elements of your preferred holiday.
Full Frame, Full Weather Challenge finished on Thursday, 20 Jan 2011 Must be shot with a camera whose lens format matches the sensor format (full frame relationship). Interchangeable lens cameras only. E.g. a DX-format lens on a DX-format camera. An EF-format or FX-format lens on a 135-format sensor. A Four Thirds lens on a Four Thirds camera. Etc. Caveat: lens and body must be weatherproof. Lens must support auto-focus, but shot may be taken in MF mode. Shot must be taken in full weather conditions, i.e. heavy downpour, blizzard, hurricane, etc.
Winner: Australian Merchant Navy Flag
National flag Challenge finished on Thursday, 20 Jan 2011 Color pictures showing your national flag
Square Challenge finished on Thursday, 20 Jan 2011 Show us one or several square things in a square format color or B/W picture
Winner: Dinner for Two
'Table for Two' (Full Rich Saturated Colours + No Living Animals/Human) Challenge finished on Thursday, 20 Jan 2011 Basically that. This is not a landscape theme, so don't submit landscape shots. If it's not to theme or doesn't look good, don't submit it, otherwise I might DQ.
Lizards Challenge finished on Wednesday, 19 Jan 2011 Pictures of lizards, on any kind! Please check here before posting: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lizard. Also, please see additional rules.
Magazine ad: Patience Challenge finished on Wednesday, 19 Jan 2011 The client seeks an image that conveys the concept of patience ... and does so in a positive light (the virtue of patience). The image will be used in magazines in either a vertical or horizontal orientation. Depending on the image, the text will be superimposed over, or separated from, the picture. All that we know about the client's needs is that the ad campaign is for a service, not a product.