For Voters: Main Colors... Blue and Green
Challenge #1 in the Photos depicting One Word (No rule restrictions in this series) series. Hosted by barb_s.
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Entry to this challenge is limited to those who are active voters. I'm hoping to encourage more voting. Look at your profile. It lists your votes per challenge average in parens, under your vote count. 25 or greater qualifies for entry. If we all vote on a few challenge topics that interest us, we might have a better outcome overall. So, if you want to enter here, and you haven't voted much, please take some time, and do some voting on some of the open challenges. Then submit a photo with Blue and Green as primary colors in your picture. And, yes, other color, black, white may exist. It's wide open, as long as Blue and Green dominate color-wise.
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Thursday, 1st September, 2011 (GMT)
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Thursday, 15th September, 2011 – Wednesday, 21st September, 2011 (GMT)
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