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Winner: Jump brother! Jump!
Brother Challenge finished on Tuesday, 12 Jun 2012 Interpret the title in any way you want. The voters will judge you...
Winner: Red hope
from the New World Challenge finished on Tuesday, 12 Jun 2012 chocolate , tomatoes , potatoes , vanilla , maize , chili peppers ... or anything else you can think of that is originally from South America. Products which are less processed (tomatoes instead of ketchup) should be rated higher.
World City Tour: Tokyo Challenge finished on Tuesday, 12 Jun 2012 Urban challenge on tour! 3rd Stop: Tokyo - Post your best shots taken in Tokyo. Must indicate in your photo description where in Tokyo have you taken the shot (approximate location is fine). Failure to demonstrate that the shot was taken in Tokyo will be disqualified. NO RECOGNIZABLE FACES must be in your submissions.
Winner: John Deer
Remembering the Past: Farm Equipment No Longer in Use Challenge finished on Tuesday, 12 Jun 2012 This equipment can be tractors, trucks, or large implements that are no longer used. They can be abandoned and rusty or used as decoration. They should not be toys or copies of old equipment but should have been used in agriculture at one time. Equipment for this challenge does not include hand held implements or buildings such as grain elevators or barns. Old equipment in museums is allowed. THERE MUST BE A TITLE. Location must be at least a country, if not the specific location found. Old equipment in museums is allowed.
Natural Patterns Challenge finished on Tuesday, 12 Jun 2012 Nature has provided us with interesting and beautiful patterns. Photograph an object or objects, found in nature, that have repetitive patterns. No man-made objects. No humans. No animals.
Picture taken during the act of playing a musical instrument Challenge finished on Monday, 11 Jun 2012 Submit a color picture of an artist doing the act of playing a musical instrument. The artist (or portion of him/her) should be part of the picture. Any kind of instrument in any place. Do not forget the rule of 1600 pixels.
Infra Red World Challenge finished on Monday, 11 Jun 2012 Try using an infra-red filter, blocking out most visible wavelenths. They are relatively inexpensive. Photographs to be judged on ability to demostrate the difference in appearance of the world in infra red. Some find an eerie ghostly appearance, but other differences are apparent. This website might give some inspiration: http://dpfwiw.com/ir.htm
Winner: Stairs in Santrini
Greece Challenge finished on Monday, 11 Jun 2012 Show off the country of Greece
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