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Winner: Big dandelion
Desktop Wallpaper Challenge finished on Monday, 08 Aug 2016 Let's see something that would look good for your background on the computer, phone or tablet. Panoramas are welcome because a lot of us have dual monitors. Remember this is a background that Icons will have to be seen on, so, not to busy, is the recommendation.
Winner: Mee and my book hero
Candle Light Challenge finished on Sunday, 07 Aug 2016 Please submit your best photo that uses ONLY candle light for lighting. A single candle or as many as you like are acceptable. Please remember to vote to ensure a meaningful result.
- I saw Lucifer in the woods - (Outdoors dayshot + white Border) Challenge finished on Sunday, 07 Aug 2016 As per above
Winner: Steer Wrestler
Equestrian/rodeo Challenge finished on Sunday, 07 Aug 2016 Enter your favorite equestrian/rodeo image. BE CREATIVE, HAVE FUN.
So, NASA is launching this new space probe… Challenge finished on Sunday, 07 Aug 2016 A new deep space probe with a new propulsion system is being launched by NASA. The idea is it will travel faster & farther than anything before, in the hopes that it will be found by an intelligent species elsewhere. As part of the project, they are asking for people to submit a picture they would want these other beings to see in a continuous slide show on a display on the probe, which represent something about our home planet. What do you think these E.T.’s should know about Earth?
Winner: New Zealand Velvet
Nature's Carpets Challenge finished on Saturday, 06 Aug 2016 In this challenge, show us interesting and beautiful ways that nature carpets the ground, perhaps with wildflowers, fallen leaves or petals, mosses, or snow or frost in winter. Show us the interesting details that can be found there, their textures, and their colours. Minimal evidence of humans, pets, or the results of human activity in cultivated fields, garden beds or grassy lawns. Think of soft and natural elements covering the ground. Macro and close-ups welcome. SIZE: 1,600px MAXIMUM ON LONGER SIDE.
Landscape: How a winner looked Challenge finished on Friday, 05 Aug 2016 The goal of this challenge is to demonstrate post processing applied on a winning picture. If a landscape submission of yours has won a spot in the top 3 positions in a previous challenge, resubmit it in this challenge along with the raw picture (out of the camera without any post processing in software.) put the raw and the post-processed picture next to, or on top of, each other.
Winner: Racing against sunset
Pentax DSLR Challenge finished on Friday, 05 Aug 2016 Pictures taken with a Pentax DSLR camera.
Winner: Up and Away
Warped Reality Challenge finished on Thursday, 04 Aug 2016 Submit a picture you took that demonstrates 'Warped Reality.' I'd like the submissions to have an 'optical puzzle' quality. In the sample below, Photoshop's Warp feature was used. You could use the same, or similar feature in your favorite PP software. Please remain close to the spirit of the challenge. If you're in doubt, post a question below. May the simple and elegant submission win.
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