...So What did ya Call It?
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Sometimes it can be fun to apply a title which conveys and certifies the intended message of the photograph's creator directly to the viewer...or least has them thinking in the same direction. The title can be a catchy phrase, a play on words, a popular song lyric, or whatever. This is the time to be creative. Anything goes, as long as the title and the photograph are in harmony. This is actually a "Double Challenge". Both writing AND photography skills will be tested, so those voting should be carefully considering how perfectly the title fits the photo.
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Friday, 28th March, 2014 (GMT)
Friday, 4th April, 2014 – Thursday, 10th April, 2014 (GMT)
Friday, 11th April, 2014 – Thursday, 17th April, 2014 (GMT)
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|Two Rocks, Kissing by upuaut|
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