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Winner: A Wolf in Sheeps Clothing
Wolf in Sheep's clothing Challenge finished on Monday, 20 Jun 2011 Show what you interpret as "Wolf in Sheep's clothing".
Opposites attract Challenge finished on Monday, 20 Jun 2011 Show a young child (under 10 years old) in the company of a senior citizen
Winner: Landing Approach
Bees!! Challenge finished on Sunday, 19 Jun 2011 Submit your preferred shots about bees. Closeups of bees, their beehives... anything!!
Winner: Kleine Deutsche
Typically GERMAN, as seen by Overseas Visitors Challenge finished on Sunday, 19 Jun 2011 This challenge is not for the GERMAN people. You get your chance later... Show us your interpretation of what you think is “TYPICALLY GERMAN”. This is the seventh in a series of challenges, where we will be covering as many countries as we can. One country at a time. Let your imagination run wild… it can be the people and their food, their sport, their culture, as long as it is “TYPICALLY GERMAN”.
Winner: Great Blue Heron Building Nest
Animal colours : Grey predominant Birds [ rules below, dont make me DQ you for the sake of a few moments to read the rules ] Challenge finished on Sunday, 19 Jun 2011 Next in the animal colours set, lets see your best shots of any species of bird whose feathers are predominantly grey [ other colours/markings are fine but there must be clearly more grey than other colours *within shot*, ie a white/mostly grey face but dark body should result in a head portrait entry, if the balance is too far from grey predominant I will DQ ;) ]. If unsure please ask ;)
Winner: Starting Centre
MALE PORTRAIT "COLOR" Challenge finished on Sunday, 19 Jun 2011 Pictorial photography. Excellent pictures do not happen accidentally. The photographer must be able to consciously create his images.
extraordinary facial expressions Challenge finished on Sunday, 19 Jun 2011 Basically that... be awesome!
Winner: The "6-curvature" of a snails home
Six [read everything] Challenge finished on Saturday, 18 Jun 2011 Photos of number 6. The phrase "six" or shape "6" or "VI" must be visible in the photo, and not too open to subjectiveness. It's better if printed, painted or carved somewhere. Don't waste time (mine and yours) posting photos where you just "count 6 of something".