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Winner: Lower Lewis Falls, WA
Waterfalls Challenge finished on Thursday, 21 Oct 2010 Continuing on with our Rivers theme - we can now concentrate on one of the most dramatic aspects of rivers - waterfalls. Again, to avoid images that show only flowing water, images must include at least part of the river bank or left/right side of the waterfall. However, the top edge of the waterfall is not necessary. Please NO HUMAN ELEMENTS in this Art of Earth series!
Winner: Palace Hotel Garden Court
Architecture Challenge finished on Thursday, 21 Oct 2010 Show us a picture taken inside a nice restaurant dining room
Winner: FRACTURED ILLUSIONS
Confusing or Busy compositions Challenge finished on Wednesday, 20 Oct 2010 Post an image that at 1st you liked, but after a little bit of time, you realized it was too confusing or busy...
Winner: New Day's Promise
[b&w] Inception Challenge finished on Wednesday, 20 Oct 2010 Beginning with "a life was born" and ending with "a space shuttle was launched" try to find your own interpretation for 'inception'. Be creative and if your vision is too abstract please provide additional comments.
7 Deadly Sins: Invidia (b&w) Challenge finished on Tuesday, 19 Oct 2010 The 7 Deadly Sins, used since the advent of Christianity, are the most objectionable vices which beckon humans to sin (more info at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Seven_deadly_sins). This challenge explores "invidia" (also known as "envy"), its most basic definition being "the resentment caused by a person having something that the other does not have". There are numerous ways to interpret this with imagery and it is now up to your creativity and perhaps a little research to come up with something that portrays this "deadly sin".
Winner: Boating Reflections
Cloudy day Challenge finished on Tuesday, 19 Oct 2010 Your interpretation. It is up to participants to decide what the theme inspires them to illustrate.
Winner: Bob as Jasper Johns
Masterclass: Yousuf Karsh Challenge finished on Tuesday, 19 Oct 2010 One of the true masters of portrait photography is Yousuf Karsh. He has photographed about anyone that shaped the 20th century. This challenge is dedicated to him. Go to http://karsh.org/ click on "the work", then "portraits" and enjoy a sample of his work. In this challenge you'll recreate one of these works. In the title of your entry you must state which portrait you picked for your recreation. Images other than those will not be accepted.
> The most beautiful natural place on Earth Challenge finished on Monday, 18 Oct 2010 It must be a natural place, not man made. So, please: no cities, no villages, no agricultural fields, no artificial lakes, no artificial waterfalls, no artificial etc-etc.
Bridges in monochrome Challenge finished on Monday, 18 Oct 2010 ...not just in black and white but sepia, blue-tone, etc are acceptable. Be creative. Find a different viewpoint on your bridge which can be any kind of bridge, not just highway or road types. Footbridges can also be interesting. Also, bridges under construction or being demolished may also lend themselves to great shots. I have only 2 restrictions: NO SKYWALKS and NO AERIAL shots. the reason? Aerial shots are always "interesting" by definition and I think skywalks are, in general, an affront to my senses. Plus, it's my challenge. (I do realize that some shots will be taken from above but just make sure they are taken on the ground. I can usually tell.)