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Winner: On the mountain top
Small Planet Challenge finished on Thursday, 20 Mar 2014 Submit an image that employs the small planet technique. All subjects are welcome. Refer to sample image for example. The goal is to experiment with the technique from a photographic point of view with only the minimum photoshop or equivalent work needed to generate the planet, and, to have a reasonable panorama to work with. A 360 degree panorama is preferred. Panoramas of less than that are acceptable provided the full-circle continuity of the planet is smooth. I will removed submissions that are clearly not following the minimum effort needed. Before you enter this challenge, please open your profile and note your challenge statistics, then read Additional rules.
Secret Silhouettes Challenge finished on Thursday, 20 Mar 2014 I always feel silhouettes have a secret to hide. What are they looking at? What are they thinking? Are they smiling? Crying? Frowning? Happy? Sad? Who the heck really knows? I think that's part of the power of silhouettes... they introduce mystery into the frame. Let's see your shots with no-name faces... shhhhh... go get some secret silhouettes.
Winner: Sunflower 2
Sunflowers Challenge finished on Thursday, 20 Mar 2014 Very simple: just submit your best picture of sunflower(s). Please read the rules carefuly and please refer to the sample photo
Numbers Challenge finished on Thursday, 20 Mar 2014 A Photograph with numbers as a main point of interest.
Winner: Prague Horses
Horse in HDR Challenge finished on Thursday, 20 Mar 2014 Any pictures with horses are invited. Only in HDR, please.
Winner: Grytviken, South Georgia
A Church Challenge finished on Thursday, 20 Mar 2014 Your BEST photograph of a Church. Inside, outside, part of etc.,
Winner: A Stitch in Time
Visual Puns Challenge finished on Thursday, 20 Mar 2014 A photographic expression of a play on words. Viewer should be able to deduce the phrase that the photographer wishes to convey.
Canadian Provinces and Territories: Let's start this series with British Columbia. Challenge finished on Thursday, 20 Mar 2014 Your images spotlighting the natural beauty of British Columbia. People can be visible in your image as long as they are not the main subject of your image and don't detract from the main theme. Other provinces and territories to follow. Yukon will be next followed by the Northwest Territories/Nunavut and so on until we reach the final of the series with Newfoundland and Labrador. So get your images ready. The theme mentioned above applies to all of the provinces and territories of Canada.
Winner: Alligator with Blue Crab
Reptiles in My World Challenge finished on Thursday, 20 Mar 2014 Snakes, lizards, alligators, turtles...this is your time to shine! Reptiles play key roles in Nature's ecology, and they are a lot of fun to pursue and photograph. Show us what you've found sunning, slinking, or slithering around in your neck of the woods.
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