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Winner: Chip on my shoulder
A Chip On Your Shoulder Challenge finished on Monday, 03 Jan 2011 Show what you interpret as "A Chip On Your Shoulder"
Winner: Tracks into space
Railroad Tracks Challenge finished on Monday, 03 Jan 2011 Show off photos that show railroad tracks.
Winner: Eiffel Tower duet
Camera Street Avenue Challenge finished on Sunday, 02 Jan 2011 Take a picture of a photographer taking a picture. No pictures of photographers in studios. Only street photography. It is entirely up to you how you interpret the challenge, just remember that your photo should tell a story that makes the viewer blush, laugh, smile, cry, scream, etc. MINIMUM ONE PERSON IN THE PICTURE. -MORE IS PREFERRED.
Zippers!! Challenge finished on Sunday, 02 Jan 2011 Absolute freedom on how you shoot the pic, just make it about zippers!!
Genus Robin [ Please read ALL the rules to avoid DQ ! ] Challenge finished on Sunday, 02 Jan 2011 One or more of any variety of [ avian ] Robin.
Winner: Grillin' In The Rain
Red, Brown, Green, Black: Grills & Barbecues Challenge finished on Saturday, 01 Jan 2011 Even though a lot of us are heading into the cold and ice of winter, it's time to look back at those days where we spent lazy afternoons and evenings gathered around our grills and BBQs - breathing in the aromas of meat and vegetables cooking to perfection. This challenge is for those of you mindful enough to take pics of the process!
#4 imperfection Challenge finished on Saturday, 01 Jan 2011 Capture an imperfection, either on something thats otherwise perfect or an imperfection that makes something more beautiful
Ceilings Challenge finished on Saturday, 01 Jan 2011 My first challenge in this series looks at....the ceiling. So whether this is the place where you live, work or have travelled to, it does not matter. Ceilings through history have been splendid examples of decoration and inspiration. Show us what you found and share it.
Winner: She's out..
The unatural Challenge finished on Saturday, 01 Jan 2011 Your interpretation of "the unnatural"