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Winner: On the river
Leaves Challenge finished on Monday, 06 Mar 2017 How creative can you get with leaves, or just a single leaf? Show us!
Winner: Coast In
Turboprop incoming. Challenge finished on Monday, 06 Mar 2017 Turboprop on approach for landing.
An A to Z of Subjects- Week 18, R Challenge finished on Monday, 06 Mar 2017 An A to Z of Subjects- Week 18, R. This week the main subject must start with the Letter R, So the subject could be anything from Radio to a Rhinoceros. Do you have a Rabbit? Maybe a Roller Coaster photo? How about a Road ? Remember as this is an open challenge your image must really stand out to win. The rules are simple but I require you to state the subject in either the description or the title. Please do not be too ambiguous, otherwise, it may be disqualified. Please, no proper names. Katie is either a child, a girl, lady or a woman etc.. To win this challenge there should be a strong sense of subject, and one that matches this weeks challenge.
action sequence photography Challenge finished on Sunday, 05 Mar 2017 create an image that show an action in sequence by shooting a series of images in where the subject is captured in successive motion. eg. as a snowboarder takes a jump capturing 5-6 images of him/her in different stages of the jump and combine into one image. see examples below. BE CREATIVE, HAVE FUN.
- Dark Skinned Beauty - (Full Coloured Portrait with face + A Border) Challenge finished on Sunday, 05 Mar 2017 Take a photo of a young adult woman with dark complexion which captures her youthful beauty. She must be knowingly posing for you and there must be no other human in the shot. Add an elegant border. My keyword suggestions - Natural, Feminine, Youthful, Beauty
Winner: Burrowing Owl
A Big Year - birds Challenge finished on Sunday, 05 Mar 2017 Capture and Display your best photographs of birds throughout the year 2017. please enter the species of bird, if known. if bird is unknown Will the community leave a comment in the comments section as to the type of bird so we will be able to keep track of the birds spotted. Happy Birding.
Winner: Arthur's Pass, New Zealand
Nature Photos from the Top Half of the Earth Challenge finished on Sunday, 05 Mar 2017 Please submit a nature photo taken in the SOUTHERN hemisphere, yes the top half of the earth as it is defined here in Uruguay. You MUST include the location or at least the country where it was taken. Bird photos are not allowed as there are currently wonderful existing bird challenges. Host is the sole arbitrator determining if submissions meet the intent of the challenge. No photos that have finished in the top three of any previous challenge are allowed. Please try and keep maximum dimensions to 1600 pixels and please vote.
Winner: Space and Time
Living Fossils Challenge finished on Saturday, 04 Mar 2017 What do horseshoe crabs, gingko trees, koalas, dragonflies, tree ferns, cycads, and crocodiles, (but not alligators) have in common? They are all Living Fossils. The fossilised remains of these and other interesting animals and plants have been found to be exact replicas of the animals or plants we see today. For more information and other examples, Google Living Fossils in Wikipedia, or http://webecoist.momtastic.com/2009/12/29/living-fossils-10-plants-animals-with-staying-power/ or http://www.mnn.com/earth-matters/animals/photos/15-animals-that-are-living-fossils/from-another-era Show us some of your interesting images of these ancient wonders. Size of your entry: 1,600 pixels on the longer side. Definitely NO pictures of mothers-in-law!
Winner: Stutz Speedometer
Speedometer Challenge finished on Friday, 03 Mar 2017 Any speed indicator gauge, analog or digital, from cars, trains, boats, airplanes and so on. Indicators from any other devices are allowed as for instance for cameras), or traffic radar. No traffic speed signs please.
Winner: Sailing ship at night off the coast of Croatia
Seafaring shots. Challenge finished on Thursday, 02 Mar 2017 Ships, boats, anchors...anything to do with seafaring. I am after thalassic shots of boats, ships, sailors etc. The subject must be the main part of the images. A photo of the ocean with a tiny spec of a boat will not cut it. So get them salty dogs out and get clicking
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