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It's been said that hands reveal as much about a person as the face. Have both hands and faces togther in a photograph and what results can be a unqiue and evocative portrait. For this challenge, both the face and one or both hands of a SINGLE SUBJECT must be visible in the frame. The hand(s) can partically obscure the face as seen in the example, but not completey cover the face.
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Sunday, 13th June, 2010 (GMT)
Sunday, 20th June, 2010 – Saturday, 26th June, 2010 (GMT)
Sunday, 27th June, 2010 – Saturday, 3rd July, 2010 (GMT)
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