I voted on all 30 images entered by others. I was a bit disappointed that only 7 people rated my image but am pleased with the T5 ranking. A great challenge in my view -- very interesting presentations. Thanks to all who participated.
Thumbnail seems quite dark. Larger view is brighter.
This is a very nice image.
Looks like a book cover. Superb use of lens.
Excellent photograph. Thanks for posting.
One of several birdhouses in the yard, mostly occupied by sparrow families during spring. In the summer, they generally spend the nights in the trees.
Our friend Mary took this photo earlier today, using a lens on her sunglasses in front of the camera lens. Tomorrow, June 5, is the last day the transit will be visible.
Wow, only one person clicked on this photo's thumbnail. Perhaps they should be called thumbnail challenges.
Phenomenal focus and textures, color superb.
Only 2 people clicked on my image to view it in its larger size.
Utterly fantastic. One of the finest captures I've seen. May I copy and use this image, cropped some, as a sometimes desktop/screen saver on my personal computer? I am old and retired, but sold a lot of photos, for ads and yachting portraits. Wish I could get a copy with your signature to share with others. It is GREAT. It is SO DYNAMIC, VERY POWERFUL. The secret is in the animal, which you've captured so well. Your composition is grand but I can see a cropped version, too, which I recognized when I viewed the cat in your larger size. Thanks for sharing this image. - Larry Moran, Chicago IL U.S.A
Super. I like the action, perspective, color and context.
Terrific image. Thanks for sharing.
This was the nicest image in the challenge for my money. Nice work, with a beautiful subject.
This is very nice.
54x70mm scanned this morning. A problem with the negative left a large spot in sky, now cloned away. First use of image. A friend, Royce Foley, shown at the helm while racing here, was the owner. R.I.P.
Photo taken July 20, 1982 at 1330 hours.
Technically, these headsails are gennakers, a sail used by sprit boats.