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Winner: Bald Eagle
Eagle Nest, NM Challenge finished on Sunday, 24 Nov 2013 The Eagle Nest, NM area.
Winner: Shy Millipede
Centipedes, Scorpions, Millipedes & Other Unusual Arthropods Challenge finished on Saturday, 23 Nov 2013 Here's your chance to showcase those unusual little Arthropod critters which don't fit into the world of spiders or insects. These include scorpions, centipedes, millipedes, slaters, (woodlice or pill bugs), mites, ticks, small crustaceans; (no lobsters or large crabs, please.....) Macro and close-up shots welcome. Where possible, the subjects should be outside in their natural environment. Check Wikipedia or http://bugguide.net/node/view/15740 for further information. MAXIMUM SIZE 1,600px.
Winner: Reminicenses of a medieval church, Øland, Sweden
My own Imaginary world Challenge finished on Saturday, 23 Nov 2013 Compose your own fantasy world by using any photo editor of your choice.
Balloons Challenge finished on Saturday, 23 Nov 2013 Very simple: just submit your best picture of baloon(s). No hot air baloons. Please refer to the sample photo and please read the rules carefuly
My best picture this week Challenge finished on Saturday, 23 Nov 2013 Great new shot? No suitable Challenge available? No patience to wait for the right one to come by? For those unlucky members I have created this opportunity
Winner: La tour de l`horloge.
Clock Towers Challenge finished on Friday, 22 Nov 2013 Photoes of Clock Towers are welcomed. In many ways Clock towers are esteemed as some type of historical, Cultural land marks of certain places. Although clock towers are today mostly admired for their aesthetics, they once served an important purpose. Before the middle of the twentieth century, most people did not have watches, and prior to the 18th century even home clocks were rare. The first clocks didn't have faces, but were solely striking clocks, which sounded bells to call the surrounding community to work or to prayer. They were therefore placed in towers so the bells would be audible for a long distance. Clock towers were placed near the centres of towns and were often the tallest structures there. As clock towers became more common, the designers realized that a dial on the outside of the tower would allow the towns people to read the time whenever they wanted. (--Wickipedia ) Please add a brief description about what you have photographed.
Winner: Countdown T-minus 14
Space Museums Challenge finished on Friday, 22 Nov 2013 Picture of a space museum
Inside a Spaceship Challenge finished on Friday, 22 Nov 2013 Impossible - Photographs inside a spaceship
Winner: Grand Canyon Sunset
Grand Canyon Challenge finished on Friday, 22 Nov 2013 Lets see your best Grand Canyon shots
HAMSTERS "THE PET" Challenge finished on Thursday, 21 Nov 2013 Hamsters are one of the most popular animals to be petted by people. Maybe due to their adorable appearance and cute actions and movements, they are endearing pets that can give joy and fun to their pet owners. Just by watching these delightful hamsters can take our stress and anxiety out of our door for awhile. TRY TO CAPTURE BEST PIC OF DEM...
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