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Winner: Brittany France
Beginner's Challenge. Open to those who think they are. Challenge finished on Tuesday, 25 Jan 2011 An afternoon landscape with buildings.
Winner: Uingan Kids
Siblings Challenge finished on Monday, 24 Jan 2011 As the title suggests......
Winner: a little break
People and stairs (Adults + High contrast rich saturated full colours + No animals/humans) Challenge finished on Monday, 24 Jan 2011 Capture/Compose a shot with adult human(s) on stairs. I don't want plenty of sky/setting sun etc... this is NOT a landscape challenge. This is a people and stairs challenge. Make sure it's on theme and it looks good, otherwise, I might DQ it.
Winner: Raw Delicacy
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Chunsum J Choi
Fine Dining Challenge finished on Monday, 24 Jan 2011 Show what you interpret as "Fine Dining"
The Construction Site Challenge finished on Monday, 24 Jan 2011 Show off views of an construction site.
Winner: Locked On Target
Hot Pursuit Challenge finished on Sunday, 23 Jan 2011 Shots of "The Chase"... I'm leaving this wide open for interpretation. Man chasing time, money, youth... Some of us are in pursuit of happiness, peace, etc... Show it!
Winner: rhodesian ridgeback
Dog Portraits [ please read ALL the rules below the title ]. Challenge finished on Sunday, 23 Jan 2011 Head portraits of dogs.
Winner: Climbing Mt Rainier
Mountains - Nature seen through the human eye 2/7 Challenge finished on Sunday, 23 Jan 2011 This is the second challenge in the "Nature seen through the human eye" series. Mountains have always fascinated humans since the dawn of time. Majestic and impenetrable they keep deep secrets and are the witnesses of the passing ages. They also hold a fragile eco-system and are vulnerable to human exploitation. Show us your view on these mighty creations by mother nature.
Winner: Pretty Ball
Xmas tree - DETAILS / MACRO Challenge finished on Sunday, 23 Jan 2011 Xmas is practically over by now and I'm sure many of you have a good number of shots of your xmas trees. So show us pictures NOT of full trees, but of smaller details, even macros if you will, of interesting parts of your xmas trees. Also, just an idea to share - my xmas cards are always printouts of previous years' xmas trees (cheaper, more personal and thus way cooler than a Hallmark card :D)
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