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Winner: 100-year-old pocket watch
They just don't make things like that anymore Challenge finished on Friday, 19 Nov 2010 In this world of mass-produced products, every once in a while something a little older catches your eye and you say to yourself "they just don't make things like that anymore." Examples: Ornate furniture, fancy stair rails, intricate glass etchings, bronze or iron work, etc.
Winner: Black Rhino
Statue Challenge finished on Thursday, 18 Nov 2010 One statue of one animal in B/W or color
Pennywise is IT! Challenge finished on Thursday, 18 Nov 2010 In Stephen King's novel "It" a malevalent being manifests as an evil clown. For halloween, enter shots of scary, disturbing, unnerving, TERRIFYING CLOWNS!
Joggie van Staden
Joggie van Staden
'White but not Blown' (White Flowers in Full Colours Only + No Flash + No Insects/Human/Animals + Daytime Shots Only) Challenge finished on Thursday, 18 Nov 2010 Show us good White Flower(s) shots. Petals must be white. Percentage of white petal in the shot must occupy ~ 15% to 100% of the photo area. Shots with blown highlights might be disqualified (although chances of that happening will be very low). Voters - Please vote based on the flowers, other foreground/background items should be secondary.
Winner: Cerianthus membranaceus & Ivana
DIVING!!! Challenge finished on Thursday, 18 Nov 2010 Underwater photos of divers and scuba teams!
Winner: Green Scarf
Side-Lit Portrait Challenge finished on Thursday, 18 Nov 2010 Use a portrait taken with a studio light illuminating only half of the face
Electricity Challenge finished on Thursday, 18 Nov 2010 Show us pictures to illustrate this topic
[b&w] perfection / accuracy Challenge finished on Wednesday, 17 Nov 2010 From a perfect diamond cut to a perfect human body, from Swiss clocks to a sniper shot... Think out of the box, be creative and keep close to the challenge title.
Winner: Gateway Arch
Interpretation: Knife's Edge Challenge finished on Wednesday, 17 Nov 2010 As it says. Show me what you see when you think of the term 'Knife's Edge'. IT can be anything, as long as it isn't gruesome or explicit.