Symbols

Challenge series hosted by nDray. Challenges start on Saturdays.
We'll just start counting and see where it goes! =) (This was called "numbers" before, but now changed into "symbols"!)
Finished (19 challenges)
Entries: 129
Winners announced: 12th November, 2011 GMT
Winner: Nothing rusts like a deere
Post photos with the letter "d" somewhere on it. No subjective meanings, only the "d" letter! (upper case, lower case, manuscript, doesn't matter!)
Entries: 81
Winners announced: 8th October, 2011 GMT
Winner: no winner
Post photos with the letter "c" somewhere on it. No subjective meanings, only the "c" letter!
Entries: 97
Winners announced: 24th September, 2011 GMT
Winner: bb
Post photos with the letter "b" somewhere on it. No subjective meanings, only the "b" symbol!
Entries: 107
Winners announced: 10th September, 2011 GMT
Winner: A is for Austin
[This challenge marks the change of the series from "numbers" to "symbols"!] Post photos with the letter "a" somewhere on it. No subjective meanings, only the "a" symbol!
Entries: 102
Winners announced: 27th August, 2011 GMT
Winner: 48
Post photos of your favorite number. Anything that I may not regard as a number will be disqualified.
Entries: 133
Winners announced: 13th August, 2011 GMT
Winner: master Lock
Photos of number 0. The phrase "zero" or shape "0", or whatever that represents the number, must be visible in the photo, and not too open to subjectiveness. It's better if printed, painted or carved somewhere. Don't waste time (mine and yours) posting photos where you just "count 0 of something". Hehe.
Entries: 94
Winners announced: 6th August, 2011 GMT
Winner: un-angry bird
Post photos where the composition follows the "rule of thirds". You MUST overlay a grid on the picture, any color or transparency you like, just make it visible. About the rule: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rule_of_thirds
Entries: 48
Winners announced: 30th July, 2011 GMT
Winner: Seattle Pi
Photograph something where the "Pi" symbol, or any of it's implicit mathematical properties, is visible. (but, please, not "just" a circle) Also, in the technical details, put a little explanation if the photo is not of Pi itself.
Entries: 40
Winners announced: 23rd July, 2011 GMT
Winner: Fibonacci Forest
Learn about the golden ratio first: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Golden_ratio Then show us! If it's mathematical formulae with the golden ratio, great! But it is also present in nature, so go after it!
Entries: 19
Winners announced: 16th July, 2011 GMT
Winner: Melk Abbey on the Danube
Show us something where the euler's number is clearly meant, not just pictures of "e". This can be easily found in math books, but not only! Additionally, if you find something in nature, or day to day objects, where e's properties are implicit, please show, but explain.
Entries: 56
Winners announced: 9th July, 2011 GMT
Winner: n 9
Photos of number 9. The phrase "nine" or shape "9" or "IXI", or whatever that represents the number, must be visible in the photo, and not too open to subjectiveness. It's better if printed, painted or carved somewhere. Don't waste time (mine and yours) posting photos where you just "count 9 of something".
Entries: 85
Winners announced: 2nd July, 2011 GMT
Winner: 8
Photos of number 8. The phrase "eight" or shape "8" or "VIII", or whatever that represents the number, must be visible in the photo, and not too open to subjectiveness. It's better if printed, painted or carved somewhere. Don't waste time (mine and yours) posting photos where you just "count 8 of something".
Entries: 67
Winners announced: 25th June, 2011 GMT
Winner: Seven
Photos of number 7. The phrase "seven" or shape "7" or "VII" must be visible in the photo, and not too open to subjectiveness. It's better if printed, painted or carved somewhere. Don't waste time (mine and yours) posting photos where you just "count 7 of something".
Entries: 93
Winners announced: 18th June, 2011 GMT
Winner: The "6-curvature" of a snails home
Photos of number 6. The phrase "six" or shape "6" or "VI" must be visible in the photo, and not too open to subjectiveness. It's better if printed, painted or carved somewhere. Don't waste time (mine and yours) posting photos where you just "count 6 of something".
Entries: 76
Winners announced: 11th June, 2011 GMT
Winner: Lexo@DPreview24
Photos of number 5. The phrase "five" or shape "5" must be visible in the photo, and not too open to subjectiveness. It's better if printed, painted or carved somewhere. Don't waste time (mine and yours) posting photos where you just "count 5 of something".
Entries: 100
Winners announced: 4th June, 2011 GMT
Winner: numbered brick
Photos of number 4. The phrase "four" or shape "4" must be visible in the photo, and not too open to subjectiveness. It's better if printed, painted or carved somewhere. Don't waste time (mine and yours) posting photos where you just "count 4 of something".
Entries: 98
Winners announced: 28th May, 2011 GMT
Winner: The Three Flower
Photos of number 3. The phrase "three" or shape "3" must be visible in the photo, and not too open to subjectiveness. It's better if printed, painted or carved somewhere. Do not post photos where you "count 3 of something", they'll be disqualified.
2. Two
Entries: 34
Winners announced: 21st May, 2011 GMT
Winner: Match 2
Photos of number 2. The phrase "two" or shape "2" must be visible in the photo, and not too open to subjectiveness. It's better if printed, painted or carved somewhere. Do not post photos where you "count 2 of something", they'll be disqualified.
1. One
Entries: 125
Winners announced: 14th May, 2011 GMT
Winner: NO.1
Photos of number 1.