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-Leadership : Great Man Theory- (in Full Colours Only) Challenge finished on Monday, 28 Dec 2015 Take a dayshot of one M.A.L.E human adult who fits the title above. There can be other people in the shot who is clearly not the main subject. Face of the main subject must be evident. Photo can be taken with any camera. Sunset/sunrise shots are acceptable provided they are not those silhouette type of shots.
Winner: Inchrye Steadings
Urban decay Challenge finished on Monday, 28 Dec 2015 Man-made stuff slowly being taken over again by nature.
Winner: The Sleeping Rock
Black & White Photo of the Week #9 Challenge finished on Sunday, 27 Dec 2015 Submit a Black & White photo taken after the announcement date. Please remember that this is a family-friendly site, and enter photos appropriate for everyone to view
Winner: Waiting and Watching
Bear(s) Challenge finished on Sunday, 27 Dec 2015 submit a photo of a bear(s). BE CREATIVE, HAVE FUN.
Winner: Fourteen jointed limbs
Nature's Macro Marvels Challenge finished on Saturday, 26 Dec 2015 In years gone by, it was difficult for most of us to see the minuscule wonders in nature just with the naked eye. Digital cameras and their macro lenses allow us to appreciate these microscopic marvels of nature. In this challenge, show us examples of nature in its most minuscule forms, such as insects, spiders, fungi, plants and flowers, or inanimate natural objects. You may use either cameras with special macro lenses, or simpler P&S cameras which can capture images very close. Here, 'Macro' means the subject is shown in far greater, exquisite detail than can be viewed by the naked eye. Size of entry: 1,600pixels on its longer side.
Winner: C17 AT WORK
December Flying Challenge finished on Friday, 25 Dec 2015 Flying in December pictures. Any picture related to aviation and human flight, taken between 1st and 31st of December, based on the EXIF file information. The year doesn't matter.
Tools for planning and building - measurement Challenge finished on Friday, 25 Dec 2015 Before a single line is drawn, a nail driven, or a shovel of earth turned, builders must measure first. From knowing where the building site is to be on earth to the pitch of the roof over our heads, we must measure. From the simple to the complicated, we need to know how long, deep, wide, and high things need to be in order to yield a structure that is functional, attractive and meaningful for us. This challenge is to illustrate in a photograph the tools we use to measure at every stage in building a structure: survey tools from a theodolite to a rod, chain and plumb bob; they also include tape measures, squares, rulers, measuring wheels, ad infinitum. Your images may include the objects alone or in use by a person. Please do not limit your vision to current technology and methods. We have been measuring and surveying for buildings, bridges, and roadways for millennia - somewhere in the world someone is still using many of these tools today. They should be remembered.
Winner: a glass vase
Vase Challenge finished on Thursday, 24 Dec 2015 Illustrate this word with your entry: Vase
Winner: The Cascade Volcanoes
Pick your challenge IV Challenge finished on Thursday, 24 Dec 2015 Submit your photo of a challenge you'd like to see hosted in the things we love series. Subject matter is open ended. Please keep it PG.
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