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Ode To Spot : Please read ALL the rules before entering Challenge finished on Sunday, 15 Apr 2012 For this challenge : Domestic cat/s outside on a grass surface :) The rules below regarding post processing and additional rules are there to be read also.
Winner: Forest Canopy
The leafy sky Challenge finished on Sunday, 15 Apr 2012 There should be sky and the sky should be partly covered by leaves... that's it !
Winner: Half Egg
E-Foods Challenge finished on Sunday, 15 Apr 2012 All foods starting with the letter E ie: Eclairs, Eggs, Enchiladas, Eagle, Eel, Endangered Species, Embryos, Eggplant, Escargot,
Winner: I love New York
New York City Challenge finished on Sunday, 15 Apr 2012 Senic views of New York City, but... not the same old views we already know; ie: Empire State Building, Chrysler building, Times Square, Grand Central Station, etc. Show us the city we don't know.
Winner: Floris troost Nora
Compassion Challenge finished on Saturday, 14 Apr 2012 Compassion means: Sympathetic awareness of others' distress together with a desire to alleviate it. Try to depict the virtue: “Compassion".
Winner: Road closed
NO PERMIT Challenge finished on Saturday, 14 Apr 2012 The image must fit with the theme, "NO PERMIT," however you interpret that statement.
Winner: Fire and Ice
Fire and Ice (size rule) Please read all... Challenge finished on Saturday, 14 Apr 2012 Combine these two elements in any way you see fit.
Bright Lights, Big City 2 (from any elevation!) Challenge finished on Saturday, 14 Apr 2012 Show us an image of a big city after dark, from any elevation, anywhere in the world.
Winner: Near Sossusvlei
Sand Dunes Challenge finished on Friday, 13 Apr 2012 Show us your best image of sand dunes. State where the sand dunes are located in the title. From http://waynesword.palomar.edu: The accumulation of windblown sand marks the beginning of one of nature's most interesting and beautiful phenomena. Sand dunes occur throughout the world, from coastal and lakeshore plains to arid desert regions. In addition to the remarkable structure and patterns of sand dunes, they also provide habitats for a variety of life which is marvelously adapted to this unique environment. Picturesque dunes against a sky of blue or a full moon, with perfectly contoured shadows of ripples and undulating crests, have always been a favorite subject of photographers. Dunes have also been the subject of many desert movies, and have historically been a formidable barrier to vehicular and rail travel. Depending upon one's particular situation, they can be one of the most incredibly beautiful, thrilling, eerie, treacherous or just plain inhospitable places on earth.
Creative Filters: Polariser Challenge finished on Friday, 13 Apr 2012 Achieving creative effects using polarising filters. These devices filter out light that is polarized in a specific direction. They are used to reduce reflections from surfaces and to darken the sky. They can be used to photograph objects through glass and water. Please read all of the additional rules carefully - during the first challenge I disqualified nearly half of the entries because they did not include details of the type of filter used to achieve the shot. In some photographs, the use of a polariser may not be readily apparent. For the purposes of this challenge, it should be clear to an informed observer that your photograph was enhanced by the use of the polariser.
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