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Winner: the loneliness in God´s hands
Black & White Photo of the Week #15 Challenge finished on Sunday, 07 Feb 2016 Submit a Black & White photo taken after the announcement date. Please remember that this is a family-friendly site, and enter photos appropriate for everyone to view
Winner: Symmetry in port
Symmetry Challenge finished on Sunday, 07 Feb 2016 Showcase a photo using symmetry (The correspondence in size, form, and arrangement of parts on opposite sides of a plane, line, or point.) BE CREATIVE, HAVE FUN.
Winner: Eye Bigger Than My Stomach?
Wildlife - A Big Mouthful Challenge finished on Saturday, 06 Feb 2016 Post your best image of a wild insect, bird or animal with its mouth full, or just about to get something in its mouth. It doesn't necessarily have to be food in its mouth but the subject should be a wild animal - no domestic pets please.
Sensory Overload in Nature Challenge finished on Saturday, 06 Feb 2016 Sometimes nature can overload our senses, so we lose the ability to appreciate the beauty or magnificence of what we are looking at. Nature's natural colours can be very flamboyant, or perhaps a landscape is so huge and magnificent, such as the Grand Canyon, or Niagara Falls, deserts can be too vast, oceans too deep, that we lose our sense of perspective. Very vivid flowers, or brilliant autumn leaves would be examples of this sensory overload. In your entry, let NATURE take centre-stage, so don't saturate your image in post-processing. Vivid sunrises and sunsets should appear natural. Humans, and man-made structures should be minimal, no domestic pets. Macro and close-ups welcome. Size of entry, 1,600px on its longer side.
My Guitar Challenge finished on Friday, 05 Feb 2016 Upload the picture of a guitar.
High Peaks at Dawn or Dusk Challenge finished on Thursday, 04 Feb 2016 Mountain Peaks are the subject in this challenge. Compose an image that has mountain peaks at either dawn or dusk...Any that are shot outside of the dawn/dusk phase will be disqualified.
Landscape Photo with Strong Leadling Lines Challenge finished on Thursday, 04 Feb 2016 Strong leading lines can be important in a Landscape a Photo by directing the viewers eye towards the important elements of the composition. Can you create a Landscape Photo with strong leading lines? Please vote on which photo is most technically accomplished, most aesthetically pleasing, and has the strongest leading lines. If you are a member of Flickr you may also wish to post your photo to the group "Landscape Challenge", newly created for this challenge series: https://www.flickr.com/groups/2918843@N21/
Winner: Fog over Sydney Hargour
Fog Challenge finished on Thursday, 04 Feb 2016 In your view, illustrate this word with your entry: Fog
Post Processing Salvation - #1 Challenge finished on Thursday, 04 Feb 2016 Pick an image you took that turned out very disappointing. Apply your post processing skills to salvage it. Submit both the original and post-processed, on top of or next to each other (see sample) as one, final image. Voting criteria should reflect the transformational effect of PP. With the submission, add a note explaining the major PP steps you took.
Fire - What an Amazing Thing Challenge finished on Wednesday, 03 Feb 2016 In this challenge, submit your best photo of fire. Fire MUST be the focal point of the photo. Entries will be disqualified if fire is not shown. Macro and close-ups are welcome. Photos need to be in color, no black and white photos. Be creative!
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