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Macro - Where did it go? Challenge finished on Wednesday, 14 Oct 2015 Submit a Macro photo showing that some small life-form had been there, but it is not there anymore. Examples I just thought up: It could be miniature footprints from an insect/spider/bug, but the organism has left the scene of the crime - LOL. Or maybe, a spider web where you just can't see or find a spider there anymore. And it doesn't have to be in the animal kingdom, it can be a macro photo of *any* type of life-form that was once there - be it plant, fungi, etc.... From the author of this challenges: I strive to bring challenges to the community that are not repeats of my previous challenges. I have strove, tried very hard, to offer challenges that are fresh, new, and unique to my past challenges. It has become more and more difficult to deliver new and fresh challenges that are not repeats of my past challenges, but I consider it a challenge to myself to offer new and fresh challenges to the community that aren't the simple repeats that other challenges often deliver.
Winner: the old gantry sunset
My Best Photo of the Week Challenge finished on Wednesday, 14 Oct 2015 Did you capture a wonderful photo this week, but there's no current and appropriate challenge to display it? Here is your opportunity to show it to us. Make sure your entry is 1,600px MAXIMUM on its longer side. Please remember that this is a family-friendly site, and enter photos appropriate for everyone to view
Winner: VIKING CHURCH
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TX Photo Doc
Places of worship in a non-urban setting Challenge finished on Wednesday, 14 Oct 2015 Submit your best photo of a church, chapel, synagogue, mosque, etc. in a non-urban setting. In other words, a place to worship that is not obviously in a city environment. Make sure it is identifiable as a church with a cross, star, sign, or other religious symbol. Give your photo a title, and identify the location!
Winner: Cecropia Moth (Hyalophora cecropia)
Moths Challenge finished on Tuesday, 13 Oct 2015 Now that we have looked at the broad types here we go into the more specific. This challenge is for moths ONLY (in any stage of life as long as there's no threat to the moths or the offspring). No butterflies or any other animal but MOTHS. All other entries will be disqualified. Please provide a general location of where your moth photo was taken. Blank descriptions will be disqualified! Moths must be in natural habitat, no human body parts (hands, faces, etc) are allowed. Lets so all of the amazing species! The idea for judging this challenge is to see what photo best helps ID the moth in question.
Winner: It's time to bloom
Natural occurrences: once a year Challenge finished on Monday, 12 Oct 2015 Submit a photo of a natural occurrence that happens at a particular time of the year. Please read the additional rules, they are important!
Winner: Bridge over Vintgar Canyon - Slovenia
Bridging the Gap (with Border and Title suiting a postcard) Challenge finished on Monday, 12 Oct 2015 Bridges...What a marvelous invention, and what fantastic design goes into constructing them. Take a photo of a bridge, any bridge and present it in the Picture Postcards series. The choices of bridges are endless. A small wooden bridge in a garden, or a huge bridge spanning a great waterway. How about a small covered bridge? Or maybe London Bridge. I expect to see one or two at least of San Francisco Bridge too...Add a border and a title befitting the image and resize it to a maximum of 1800px on its longest side. Lets cross the gap together!
kids - posed Challenge finished on Sunday, 11 Oct 2015 enter photos of children under 18 in posed shots. there will be an adults posed challenge coming up. BE CREATIVE, HAVE FUN.
Winner: Self portrait
Selfie Challenge finished on Sunday, 11 Oct 2015 When there is no model around. We tend to shoot our selves. So choose your best one and lets see, if you did a good job in being on the other end of the camera.
Winner: NIGHT PORTRAITURE
Praying Mantids #2 Challenge finished on Saturday, 10 Oct 2015 This is a repeat of a challenge from 2013, to showcase the interesting insects, Praying Mantids (or Mantis); order Mantodea. These insects can remain very, very still, then catch their prey at lightning speed. Show us praying mantids outside in their natural environment, not under artificial conditions. Google Praying Mantids for more information on these exceptional creatures. Macro and close-up shots welcome. Size: MAXIMUM 1,600px on LONGER SIDE.
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