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Winner: backpackers in Padjelanta NP
Hiking / backpacking Challenge finished on Friday, 02 Sep 2011 pics of your hikes and journies thru nature
Winner: War Memorial
Triangles Challenge finished on Friday, 02 Sep 2011 Show me a photo where a Triangle shape (or shapes) is a key element in the photo.
Winner: Ball in the frame
View from above Challenge finished on Thursday, 01 Sep 2011 Square black and white pictures taken from above
Pet Portraits Challenge finished on Thursday, 01 Sep 2011 Submit a photograph of a domestic or pet animal.
I'm Having An Old Friend For Dinner Challenge finished on Thursday, 01 Sep 2011 Part of the series "Famous Movie Quotes". Hannibal Lecter to Officer Clarice Starling (Jodie Foster) in the movie Silence Of The Lambs (1991). Use your imagination to match your photo with the title of this challenge.
Winner: I ain't no bum
Charles Bukowski's "Post Office" Challenge finished on Thursday, 01 Sep 2011 Very simple: just submit your picture that best expresses your personal interpretation of Charles Bukowski's chef d'oevre "Post Office"
Winner: Tokyo Rain
F2.8 or F2.0 Zooms, Stabilized by Lens or Camera body, Low Light, No Flash Challenge finished on Thursday, 01 Sep 2011 Warning: READ CAREFULLY, your entries WILL be disqualified if they do not fit these criteria. So don't take it personally! (Someone always does, but oh well.) Shots must taken with zoom lenses that are F2.8 or F2.0. Shot must be taken with lens aperture wide open (smallest F-number). Must be stabilized lens or stabilized body. (E.g. Nikon D3000 with 300mm F2.8 VR II or Canon Rebel XT with 200mm F2.0L IS or Olympus E-PL1 with Zuiko 300mm F2.8, etc.). Can be a professional body too, like Sony A900 with 24-70 F2.8 Zeiss. NOT ALLOWED: non-stabilized situations such as: Canon 24-70 F2.8L on a 5D Mk II, or lenses slower than 2.8. Camera must be interchangeable lens (mirrorless/translucent mirror/SLR acceptable) with sensor no smaller than 4/3" format. ALSO: LENS MUST BE F2.8 OR F2.0 THROUGH THE ENTIRE ZOOM RANGE. I.e. no Olympus 12-60 F2.8-4.0, etc. Must be posted at full resolution.
Everyday life - Search and Rescue Challenge finished on Thursday, 01 Sep 2011 Perhaps not everyones everyday life - but the rescue of people is everyday life. So let us see your impressions of "Search and Rescue". I want to see an SAR-emblem (like on the sample-pic) or the word "rescue" on the boat, helicopter, tank, uniform etc. (english, deutsch, francais, every language is welcome). And as you can see: it's not necessary to show the rescue of people; just the flying helicopter, the man or woman in uniform, ... is enough.
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