Wandering Recursions

Challenge series hosted by Kidsune. Challenges start on Wednesdays.
Fleeting thoughts gone by like a dream you can't remember, yet you swear it's déjà-vu... Ok, I'm not sure whether that made sense or not... but what I'm trying to say is this series will most likely change subject here and there, but will on occasion continue from something it's done before.
Finished (31 challenges)
Entries: 100
Winners announced: 8th June, 2011 GMT
Winner: red fox
Animals with a bright backlight, giving them a strong halo/glow around their fur!
Entries: 67
Winners announced: 1st June, 2011 GMT
Winner: Competing For Nectar
The only rule is that you describe your image! That is all!
Entries: 15
Winners announced: 18th May, 2011 GMT
Winner: smile & body
Pictures of DJs doing what they do best!
Entries: 35
Winners announced: 11th May, 2011 GMT
Winner: Laser light show Hong Kong Harbour
Show me a picture involving laser or laser light!
Entries: 27
Winners announced: 4th May, 2011 GMT
Winner: Ahhhhhhhh, now that is what I call "Hot Picks"
Whether it's a look of flavorful delight, or squinting your eyes together as your tongue burns; anywhere in between or closely extrapolated, show the rations people have to spicy foods
Entries: 99
Winners announced: 27th April, 2011 GMT
Winner: Antiquated God
Show me something you believe to be decrepit, and tell me WHY
25. ISO 100
Entries: 100
Winners announced: 20th April, 2011 GMT
Winner: multiple winners
Show me your best shot when using ISO 100 (or less, if you want) setting or film
Entries: 10
Winners announced: 13th April, 2011 GMT
Winner: In the Sky, on the Ground
Battle of the photographers! In this challenge, you submit either two pictures or a composite picture, where you have one photographer taking a picture of the other. Try to be creative!
Entries: 61
Winners announced: 6th April, 2011 GMT
Winner: Danbo spending hours in dpreview
You're at your computer. You look down, and see something on your desk that always makes you smile. Show me what that thing is.
Entries: 85
Winners announced: 30th March, 2011 GMT
Winner: Converge
Show us a picture that has converging lines towards a central point
Entries: 117
Winners announced: 23rd March, 2011 GMT
Winner: broken glass
Show me a picture that you thing describes 'damage' and tell my WHY. ////Please see additional rules\\\\
Entries: 60
Winners announced: 16th March, 2011 GMT
Winner: Powder day
Show me your best shot with the market's best entry-level camera, the Canon EOS 550D. READ ADDITIONAL RULES OR YOU WILL BE DISQUALIFIED. I will not tolerate any sort of ignorance.
Entries: 93
Winners announced: 9th March, 2011 GMT
Winner: Gowan
Show me a photo that has particularly high constrast, WITHOUT post-processing. Direct from camera only, please
Entries: 47
Winners announced: 2nd March, 2011 GMT
Winner: Silvery Moon
Like the title says. A picture where the lens cause noticeably vignetting in a positive way, without post-processing. This includes colour correction
Entries: 68
Winners announced: 23rd February, 2011 GMT
Winner: Disharmony
Show me your best shot taken with a 50mm F1.8 (any maufacturer) taken either in the dark, or at night.
Entries: 48
Winners announced: 16th February, 2011 GMT
Winner: [infinity]
Show me your interpretation of the term 'Limitless'. And please read additional rules, failure to do so will most likely result in a DQ.
15. Speakers
Entries: 54
Winners announced: 9th February, 2011 GMT
Winner: The warmth of Dave Brubeck's sound
Speakers, of the mechanical kind. Y'know, the ones with magnets and cones and thumping music. Not the motivational ones.
Entries: 44
Winners announced: 2nd February, 2011 GMT
Winner: food
Your best picture of food! Any and all food is acceptable, as long as it's edible and it looks tasty!
Entries: 46
Winners announced: 26th January, 2011 GMT
Winner: Wonder of my world
There are many magnificent wonders in this world of ours, from every corner of our wonderful planet. But the real wonders are the ones nearby. Show me your local wonder of your world.
Entries: 100
Winners announced: 19th January, 2011 GMT
Winner: IMG_1724_1 copy
Show me your most creative use of real lens flare!
Entries: 99
Winners announced: 12th January, 2011 GMT
Winner: Indian girl at sunset
Show me your BEST photo of a subject taken in a widescreen landscape format (16:9 or wider)
Entries: 150
Winners announced: 5th January, 2011 GMT
Winner: Wood that falls into streams
Show me your BEST outdoor/landscape/scenery photograph taken in portrait/vertical format. No buildings, please, make this as natural as possible
Entries: 50
Winners announced: 29th December, 2010 GMT
Winner: focus
Show me what you interpret as 'Duality'. Also, please read additional rules to avoid disqualification
Entries: 50
Winners announced: 22nd December, 2010 GMT
Winner: Surfer
In this challange, take a picture that has been set up in such a way that rotating it 90° makes it look normal... until you look closer. Therefore, a picture must be taken on either landscape or portrait, and then rotated to portrait or landscape respectively. Example: http://img257.imageshack.us/img257/4315/realphotosbutverycrazy3u.jpg
Entries: 17
Winners announced: 15th December, 2010 GMT
Winner: The gift goes on
Let's try this one again! Custom Bokeh time, like the one i did a while ago. But this time, PAY ATTENTION AND READ THE RULES. Call me harsh, but if you don't I will disqualify you and call you out. Now go read the additional rules
Entries: 43
Winners announced: 8th December, 2010 GMT
Winner: Slocum Hall Romanesque Arcade and Stained-glass Skylight
Any panorama of 3 or more images where the camera was indoors. Please provide a description of location, how many photos, and any other techniques or equipment you would like to tell us you used
Entries: 48
Winners announced: 24th November, 2010 GMT
Winner: Harmony
Show me your interpretation of the term 'Equality', whether it's social, physical, mental, or anything you think would suit it. Be creative.
Entries: 49
Winners announced: 17th November, 2010 GMT
Winner: Gateway Arch
As it says. Show me what you see when you think of the term 'Knife's Edge'. IT can be anything, as long as it isn't gruesome or explicit.
Entries: 50
Winners announced: 10th November, 2010 GMT
Winner: Arc Of Color
Show me your best picture of any sort of rainbow caused by refracted light. In the sky, on a disc, from a prism... No other subjects in the photos, please (humans/animals, etc)
Entries: 13
Winners announced: 3rd November, 2010 GMT
Winner: The Leaves of Fall
For this challenge, submit your try at creating custom bokeh (the blurred part of an image) by means of making an irregularly-shaped aperture - usually done with a piece of black paper with a shape cut out, held in front of a large-aperture lens. For more information, visit http://www.diyphotography.net/diy_create_your_own_bokeh and for some examples:...
Entries: 60
Winners announced: 27th October, 2010 GMT
Winner: The Domino Effect
Greetings! This is a challenge for those who's photographic knowledge is still blooming. Amateurs, fledglings, novices alike. You have learned much, but have much to learn. There are more tomorrows than yesterdays. Yadda-yadda-yadda. You get the idea. For those of you who've been following this website for more than a year (as of the announcement date of this challenge), this is not for...