Nouns and Verbs

Challenge series hosted by Bob Yanal. Challenges start on Mondays.
Photographic illustrations of these abstract concepts.
Finished (8 challenges)
Entries: 72
Winners announced: 2nd August, 2010 GMT
Winner: Through The Wire
Photos illustrating the verb "interfere" or noun "interference". (Might not be a difference in practice.) Photos needing explanation should not be submitted.
Entries: 78
Winners announced: 8th March, 2010 GMT
Winner: Santé!
Any shot of any subject taken with an Apple iPhone. If Chase Jarvis does it, why not us? (The Best Camera Is The One That's With You: iPhone Photography by Chase Jarvis)
Entries: 81
Winners announced: 28th December, 2009 GMT
Winner: Dreaming of a white Christmas
Photos of Christmas decorations in public places: the streets of towns and cities, store windows, public parks. Exterior shots only.
Entries: 190
Winners announced: 28th September, 2009 GMT
Winner: txikito bar, lisbon
Interiors of restaurants, lounges, bars, taverns, pubs - you may include employees or patrons.
Entries: 90
Winners announced: 17th August, 2009 GMT
Winner: Eagle with a D40
The 6-megapixel Nikon D40, sometimes maligned on Dpreview forums but reviewed quite well elsewhere, is a very popular DSLR. On Flickr alone, the D40 is, among all Nikons, the second most popular camera: Flickr counts 30 million items (only the D80 bests it at 43 million). And Nikon.com still lists it. Submit your best D40 shot. No restrictions on subject matter (or lens). But: EXIF must...
Entries: 215
Winners announced: 27th July, 2009 GMT
Winner: Tonight's Movie...
Photographs of decrepit, ruinous, crumbling, or otherwise decaying buildings, interiors or exteriors. But only buildings built no earlier than 1900. (The Roman Colosseum and Tintern Abbey, for example, do not count as decaying buildings for purposes of this challenge.)
Entries: 199
Winners announced: 6th July, 2009 GMT
Winner: The Wave, Arizona
Landscapes in B&W. "Landscape photography is the supreme test of the photographer - and often the supreme disappointment." - Ansel Adams, Photographing Nature
Entries: 200
Winners announced: 15th June, 2009 GMT
Winner: Lust!
Macro shots, but NO insects, flowers, or plants!