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Winner: Golden Forest
The Coloured Leaves of Autumn Challenge finished on Saturday, 14 May 2016 This is the third challenge about leaves in the four seasons. Show us in this challenge the wonderful colours of autumn (fall) leaves. With summer gone, the leaves are beginning to show signs of hard wear from the weather: heat, rain, winds, and are now displaying their beautiful colours. Macro and close-ups welcome. Insects or small creatures may be present on or near the leaves but should not dominate the picture. Make sure your entry is 1,600px MAXIMUM on its longer side. DPR does NOT resize your photos for you. You need to do this yourself BEFORE you enter a challenge. Entrants with oversize photos will not be invited to re-submit them. Ensure the correct size the first time!
Winner: Gateway to the Urban Jungle
Panorama...rama Challenge finished on Saturday, 14 May 2016 Quite simply let's see your best pano shot... The pano can be horizontal or vertical but, to be allowed as a pano, the long side must be at least 2.5 times as long as the short side.
Winner: The 'Dish' at Night - Parkes Radio Telescope, Australia
Telescope Challenge finished on Friday, 13 May 2016 Pictures of telescopes used for astronomy purposes. All kinds of telescopes are allowed, including large radiotelescopes or large observatory buildings that house the telescopes.
Winner: Nineteen Twenties - Sunshine before the Gathering Storm
Signify A Decade: 1920s Challenge finished on Friday, 13 May 2016 Submit a picture that signifies the 1920s.
Winner: Transport Frozen in Time
Film Transport Challenge finished on Friday, 13 May 2016 A film photo that involves transport in some way. Pretty liberal, but of course it MUST be taken with a film camera!
Winner: Eremo di San Colombano
Cliff Challenge finished on Thursday, 12 May 2016 In your view, illustrate this word with your entry: Cliff
Winner: Loch Leathan, Isle of Skye
Landscape Photo with an Inanimate Foreground Element. Challenge finished on Thursday, 12 May 2016 Foreground elements help provide depth to a Landscape Photo. Can you create a Landscape Photo with an inanimate foreground element? Please vote on which photo is most technically accomplished, most aesthetically pleasing, and that has a inanimate foreground element. 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: Wise Eyes
What Do You Not Like About This Picture - # 2 Challenge finished on Thursday, 12 May 2016 Before submitting your entry, ensure you have at least 500 'votes cast' in your profile. This is a challenge with a twist. The goal of it is to get critiques on entries. The expectation is that voters, or non-voters, will take the time to critique at least one entry with some meaningful, hence, useful, comment. I'd like to suggest to star the critique with "What I don't like is/are...." With that in mind... You took a picture. You post-processed it. The final result was something you're proud of. But maybe there is something about the picture that needed improvement, you think or suspect. Submit it here with the expectation of getting critiques. Pictures that do not get any meaningful critique prior to the end of voting will be disqualified. Subject is open. A critique is considered meaningful/useful if it gets at least 3 up-votes
Winner: Trinidad streets
#1 Street performers Challenge finished on Thursday, 12 May 2016 This is the first challenge from the series : Simple things that gives us joy. Have you ever come across a bunch of street performers, and stood in the crowd to watch their performance? If you have done that, then obviously, this gave you joy. In this series, post photographs related to this. If you want to post something metaphorical, explain your photograph with the title of the challenge. Any unexplained metaphorical images would be removed. Be creative, Have fun.
Winner: Ford Point Rider
Foreground elements. Challenge finished on Thursday, 12 May 2016 Sometimes elements in the foreground of an image can lead a viewer into the image. Take for example a leaf floating on a lake . The foreground element must be able to interest the viewer and lead the viewer into the rest of the image. Submit a landscape image that has a strong foreground element. Any image that I feel does not fill the brief will be disqualified and no further responce will be given.
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