The Image Within
Challenge series hosted by
Challenges start on Sundays.
Slightly different ways of seeing things in everyday life.
Finished (7 challenges)
Winners announced: 31st March, 2013 GMT
Winner: Low-down Dandy Lions
Ever seen a face, animal or other within a cloud, rock, flower or other natural formation. Take a photo of such a vision that with some imagination can convey images into the mind of the viewer.
Try to keep the subject natural.
Winners announced: 3rd March, 2013 GMT
Winner: Stevie Ray Vaughan
Photo of deceased rock stars graves and/or memorials.
Winners announced: 10th February, 2013 GMT
Winner: Wish You Were Here
Take a photo of a subject that portrays a Pink Floyd song.
Winners announced: 27th January, 2013 GMT
Winner: "Ah brown sugar how come you taste so good"
Take a photograph that portrays a song composed by English rock band The Rolling Stones. The title of the song should be identifiable by the composition of the photo.
Do not title the photo by the name of the song however use lyrics from the song as the title.
Winners announced: 23rd December, 2012 GMT
Winner: and we live beneath the waves, in a yelow submarine
Every minute of every day somewhere in the world a Beatles song is playing. Every minute of every day a photo is ready to be taken.
Take a photo that can be thought provoking and recognized as a Beatles song or lyrics within the song, that is, even without a title, somebody could look at the photo and guess what Beatles song is being portrayed.
Do not title the photo by the name of the song...
Winners announced: 25th November, 2012 GMT
Winner: Reflections on a Flooding Trail
Capture the subject indirectly through the reflection of a natural puddle. Not pools, ponds, lakes or man made fountains etc. a simple small puddle. Partial borders of puddle required, that is to distinguish size.
The reflection must be a natural reflection.
Winners announced: 26th August, 2012 GMT
Abandoned and disused factory and workshop equipment from days gone by. gathering rust, dust, cobwebs etc.
Manufacturers names and dates preferred.