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Motorcycles in Motion Challenge finished on Friday, 07 Sep 2012 Pictures of motorcycles...but they must be in motion when the shot is taken
Winner: Blue-and-Yellow Macaw
Parrot Challenge finished on Friday, 07 Sep 2012 The title says it all. Good luck
Loneliness Challenge finished on Thursday, 06 Sep 2012 Portrait of a single person. Lonely. Sad. Thinking. Preferably serious and has no movement. See example.
Winner: The Glass Tower At Sunset
- The Glass Tower at Sunset/Sunrise in Full Colours- (Provide a Border, Title and Date) Challenge finished on Thursday, 06 Sep 2012 Put your focus on one tall modern building not the whole street) with glass facade. The building doesn't have to be shot whole, but at least it should look like a tall buidling (i.e > 90m high). Put a Border and Title on the photograph. Please also watermark the capture date (correct to the month) somewhere on the photo. Hope you guys have fun.
Winner: There Is My Bus!
The journey home after work Challenge finished on Thursday, 06 Sep 2012 The afternoon/evening ride home.
Winner: jellyfish - national aquarium (1 of 1)
Naturally Translucent Challenge finished on Thursday, 06 Sep 2012 Natural things the light shines trough! These do not have to be transparent (those which let you see through), but have to be translucent (those which allow the light to pass). Your objects have to be natural in origin, organic or inorganic - but NOT water in any state, and NOT man-made! The rules in this one are fairly standard and simple. Ignoring those gets you disqualified, so do it right the first time - and have fun!
Winner: "Wisteria" is also the name of a small shop in St. Remy - France
Wisteria Challenge finished on Thursday, 06 Sep 2012 Very simple: just submit your best picture of the flowering plant called wisteria. Please read the rules carefuly.
Winner: Laundry Day blues
clothes hanging Challenge finished on Thursday, 06 Sep 2012 Shows a picture with clothes hanging to dry, anywhere, with or without humans
Symmetry in nature Challenge finished on Wednesday, 05 Sep 2012 Symmetry is one of the very aesthetically pleasing elements in nature. Demonstrate how symmetric the world can be with your photo. To help judge whether it is symmetric, an invisible line of symmetry can be drawn upon the main subject. Please note the challenge is only restricted to nature, so strictly no artificial things like buildings and structures, etc.
Winner: he is looking
Magazine editorial: School days Challenge finished on Wednesday, 05 Sep 2012 A national magazine, specialized in in-depth analysis, requires an image for an article on education. They need a suitable image. The working title is "School Days." We're not sure what angle the article takes but the magazine rarely publishes "feel good" stories. Submit a photo of something school-related that can serve multiple purposes. This might include a child's hand gripping a pencil, a row of school lockers, teens with their heads buried in books, etc. What the definitely don't want are images of kids smiling into the camera.
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