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Winner: Quad-Cross Country
Dirty Challenge finished on Monday, 18 Oct 2010 Show what you interpret as being "dirty"
Winner: Heavenly sunrise
The US States: California Challenge finished on Monday, 18 Oct 2010 Show your unique view of the State of California.
Ultra Tele Challenge finished on Monday, 18 Oct 2010 The world is a big place, so you need a tele FOV to get close to the action! Post photos taken with ultra-tele focal lengths
Winner: Some old books
Books Challenge finished on Monday, 18 Oct 2010 I love reading, I love books, I love bookstores and love sniffing books. Please show us pictures of books, people reading books. libreries, bookstores and whatever comes to your mind in association with books.
After Cubism Challenge finished on Monday, 18 Oct 2010 Any shhot after cubism, futurism. Experiment with space decomposition.
-People are People- (Black and White Photomontage/Scrapbook only) Challenge finished on Monday, 18 Oct 2010 So... who can produce the best people BW Digital Scrapbook/Montage?
> 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.
Winner: Flying Low
Birds Of Prey Part One : Owls [ Please read all the rules to avoid DQ ] Challenge finished on Sunday, 17 Oct 2010 Owls in flight or at rest
Winner: steady lightning...
Best Of The Worst: Blur & Shake Challenge finished on Sunday, 17 Oct 2010 Sometimes, even the best stabilization system can't help you steady a shot - and sometimes you forget to turn the system on... or may not even have that option at all. Regardless of the reason, this challenge is for those photos that you thought were good until you got to your computer and experienced the horror of a blurred image that you'll never get a chance at again (due to shaky hands or unintended camera movement).
Winner: _MG_29981 bis
Karma Challenge finished on Saturday, 16 Oct 2010 We get so used to living that usually we wake up and get to our day, clueless about our one-in-a-gazillion chance of being alive. Sometimes, though, by the time one day is over, our regard for the world, and ourselves, has somehow changed. We store that day has being a tragic part of our history or a rather overwhelming prospect of our future. Whatever happened, people commonly say was triggered by karma, others call it coincidence, and some actually let it through unnoticed. Can you depict or document this event of chance, change and existence?