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Winner: Behold The Power Of The Peanut
Nuts Challenge finished on Thursday, 22 Jul 2010 Only color or B/W pictures of nuts
Winner: Storm approaching over net-covered orange trees.
Overly saturated, but it works! Challenge finished on Wednesday, 21 Jul 2010 Submit an image that is overly saturated, but is better now that it is. When submitting your image, please be sure to include the original for comparison
Winner: Old Blue Eyes
Growing Old Challenge finished on Wednesday, 21 Jul 2010 Growing Old. Use your Imagination !
Winner: Turtle Sunrise
Turtles Challenge finished on Wednesday, 21 Jul 2010 Pictures of turtles, of any kind. Please see additional rules.
Self Standing Garages Challenge finished on Wednesday, 21 Jul 2010 Before people had connected car garages, they had separate buildings to hold the family car. Submit an image of a car garage that is a separate structure. It's OK if it is no longer used as a car garage.
Winner: Sunrise in Nærøydalen (Norway)
SIGMA DP series. Blow me away. Challenge finished on Wednesday, 21 Jul 2010 Make artwork with an artwork. This challenge is for SIGMA DP cameras only. Color images.
Winner: Gondola maneuvers
Gondoliers of Venice Challenge finished on Tuesday, 20 Jul 2010 Photos of gondolier(s) at work/rest in Venice, Italy.
Winner: Southern China
Everyday Life: Hats Challenge finished on Tuesday, 20 Jul 2010 Elegant or sportive. At work or at leisure. For style or for protection. No matter where and why we use hats in our everyday lives. Show us images of people wearing hats or the hats alone. Try it to be a well composed image. See rules.
Winner: Passing Lane
Rocket Man Challenge finished on Monday, 19 Jul 2010 Humans have been looking up to the heavens since the beginning of time and making it part of their dreams. This challenge will show the many ways people have attempted, real of fantasy, to reach that final frontier.
Compact Power: Insect Close-up/Macro Challenge finished on Monday, 19 Jul 2010 Compact cameras are often capable of very good Macro performance. Often significantly better than many DSLR kit and non-Macro lenses. I'm sure many compact camera owners here have one-two insect macros? Show us the best one you took with your trustworthy (small sensor) compact camera!