grayowl: Would you increase? The challenge has been filled up as stated in the additional rule.
duh... I mean entries that did not have slow enough shutter speeds.
I will add 10 more slots tomorrow and at the same time I will DQ those entries that have slower shutter speeds than required.
For those reviewing the entries, There are a couple with no shutter speed, and a couple that are less than the 1/4 minimum. I've given these entrants time to re-enter and I am checking the actual shutter speeds where missing.
Since the challenge is full I didn't want to DQ without giving them each a chance at a re-entry.
gfa5775: Hi Barb, Can you clarify the minimum time, is it 25 seconds or .25 seconds as in 1/4 second? It is hard to tell if the decimal point is for the min abbreviation or meant as a fraction.Thanks
Sorry, I see what you mean. The minimum is 1/4 second for this challenge.
This says, old , forgotten and not thrown away. Nicely composed photo here. congratulations on the runner up spot. I think the top 3 were all contenders.
Classic, and well executed. Congratulations on a win here!
I found this to be most interesting. Thanks for entering something unique like this.
Great challenge… I spend last summer in that area, and can't wait to see all the entries here because the area was breathtaking, plus I took a wrong turn and missed Bryce.
Pretty impressive photo Stevie Boy!
merops: The following are not rodents (members of the Order Rodentia):- otters, weasels (family Mustelidae, Order Carnivora)- meerkats, mongooses (family Herpestidae, Order Carnivora)- possums (marsupials, Order Driprodontia)- rabbits, hares (Order Lagomorpha)
I withdrew my Bronx Zoo Beaver picture since it's an otter. thanks for setting me straight. :)
Just gorgeous, I love the detail in this shot when looking at it in full size. I find so much beauty in this and you captured it completely.
This is definitely a winner. What cuteness! Congratulations.
This one keeps making me smile every time I look at it. It's a very strong entry. Congratulations on such high ranks from the voters. It is my favorite.
Wow, the starburst adds to the photo,, I would never have guessed it had to do with a screen. Fabulous!! Congratulatuons.
The Mick: Congratulations, Barb! Excellent take on the subject. Well done!Mick
christian jacob: I think you should add "man made" or organic or similar to your rules. Every pebble or sand corn is far older than a hundred years.
Hmmm…. too late to append the rules but I agree. It's not a nature challenge. Thanks for the suggestion.
Thank you for the fun compliments! I did this a while ago playing with perspective and couldn't resist this challenge.
CalBoy87: My apology to all who commented on my previous post: Apathy. As I agreed with most opinions regarding soft eyes, it is not something I could improve, so I came up with different shot. Thank you all for your effort and sorry for changing the shot.
I think changing the shot is the right thing to do if there's flaws you can't work around.
I feel like this is what inspired cave paintings. Love he framing - you caught the essence of it all with this small view of the herd. Great entry !
edit: I didn't read the 1st comment - but looks like I am not the only one getting that feeling from this image.
I like it with the mom in the background and I think the hair-do goes well with the expression.