I always thought a soap bubble is a soap bubbleand a balloon is a balloon - any child can tell!
Yes, it's not a flower!A flower, sometimes known as a bloom or blossom, is the reproductive structure found in flowering plants (wikipedia).
I very much like this challenge, great theme!And there have been lots of very nice examples submitted here!But way can't people just stick to the rules??? - hey this is fun, not real life, you don't need to cheat!
But still most of you did not "provide EXIF data"! That was a rule ...
Way can't people read and/or follow the rules???... photo depicting two (or more) contradicting elements in a single photo ...***** Must say what are the contradictions **** English is understood as an easy language and even if "contradiction" is not quit the right word for this challenge, it was mostly understood right.But about 50% of participants fail in counting to two "contrasting" elements and naming them!
Will focus stacking be all right with your rules?
Need to plan on some holiday because I can't wait to see the exhibition in 2017(!!!) in Mannheim ...
Well, this seems to be more experimental than expected!May be, you should - give us some 7 days more time- raise the maximum number of entries per user up to 3,- insert a rule that the used technique (number of frames(!), software etc.) must be describedThat'll make it more like a workshop than a challenge, but could be more fun and instructive.
Yes, it's a SCSI platter an d reader
Entry 89 / 247Es ist vernebelt ja für wahr!
This fore sure is a foggy idea.
Chelicerata and Arachnida, but not spider though.But yes, bizarre!
Love them. But neither insect nor spider!
Sure it's bizarre the Scorpion Flyhttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mecoptera
F.....g bizarre, yes, but as titled: fungus not insect/spider Great picture though!
Johnny Nash - I Can See Clearly Now http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NkwJ-g0iJ6w
Nice cooper cooking utensils
Yes, indeed, "THings that are brass, in color" look different to me ;-)
Example of thing that has not the color of brass but cooper?
I don't want to stress the issue too much, but ... ;-)at first I had to think about "FOG", what actually is it?Look up: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/FogSo fog is a type of stratus cloud - things getting complicated!And then there are haze (dry particles!) and mist http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hazehttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/MistNow we know, it's fog if the visibility is one kilometer or less!So lots of the pictures here show scenes in the mist. I withdraw mine and need to find a foggy one.