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Winner: Sailing Sadhu
-Intangible Cultural Heritage- (Full Colours Only+ Border) Challenge finished on Monday, 09 Jun 2014 Take a dayshot or a well lit shot of the above with at least one human adult(s) as the main subject. Put a Border on the photograph. Photo can be taken with any camera, i.e DSLR, SLR, Mirrorless, Compact, Smartphone, etc... Sunset/sunrise shots are acceptable provided they are not those silhouette type of shots.
Pentax SLR Challenge Challenge finished on Monday, 09 Jun 2014 Photos taken with Pentax SLR cameras.
Winner: Eating dirt
Dirt Challenge finished on Sunday, 08 Jun 2014 go on get dirty. have a mud fight, take a picture of your car after a day on the back-roads, show off the dirty cowboy boots. it is time for some spring cleaning in the northern hemisphere but before you get clean show the dirt off. BE CREATIVE, HAVE FUN.
Winner: Tree in snow
2nd Place Challenge finished on Sunday, 08 Jun 2014 We all know that sometimes one of our favorite photos doesn't quite get the win, but we know its a good photo. You can post any photo that came in 2nd place in a previous challenge.
Winner: Dances with the Lights - Aurora Borealis
The Seven Natural Wonders of the World Challenge finished on Saturday, 07 Jun 2014 The 7 natural wonders are as follows: • Grand Canyon - Arizona, USA • Great Barrier Reef - Australia • Harbour of Rio de Janeiro - Brazil, South America • Mount Everest - Himalayan Mountains • Aurora Borealis - Arctic region • Parícutin Volcano - Mexican state of Michoacán • Victoria Falls - On the borders of Zambia and Zimbabwe, Africa. Submit your images of these natural wonders, and identify each natural wonder in your title.
Winner: Love Tea
Teapots Challenge finished on Saturday, 07 Jun 2014 Very simple: just submit your best picture of a teapot(s). Please read the rules carefuly and please refer to the sample photo
Winner: allium fields
Flowers From Below Challenge finished on Saturday, 07 Jun 2014 We tend to look at flowers from above, as they display their beauty to the sun, and be attractive to insects, birds etc. However, they can look quite different from below. Show us examples of upward-facing flowers backlit by the overhead sun. Get your camera down to ground-level, and see these flowers from a different aspect. White daisies are often shot this way, but they are just too easy for this challenge; too "Hallmark", and will probably be DQ'd. Please search out other flowers from below, and show us what you've found. The flowers should be outside, in their natural environment. Small insects or spiders may be present, but shouldn't be dominant in the picture. Flowers with their heads hanging down had their own ('Don't Be Shy') challenge recently, so they won't be accepted here. Macro and close-ups welcome. 1,600px MAXIMUM on the entry's longer side.
A To Z - Letter O Challenge finished on Friday, 06 Jun 2014 Any photograph - The subject/Item/object/Place begins with the letter O ... For example.... Ohio, Onion, Orange ...etc, etc, etc.... This series starts at the letter 'A'.... The next challenge will be the letter 'P'... etc
Winner: Observer in the window
Fenced Window - B/W Only Challenge finished on Friday, 06 Jun 2014 Submit an image of a fenced window in black and white. Refer to sample for example.
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