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Average User: D5000 Owner Challenge finished on Sunday, 09 Jan 2011 This challenge is open exclusively to those of you who own a D5000 and feel that it still holds it's own against the upstart D3100 and D7000. Submit here the best photo you've taken with your D5000 - and let the best pic win.
Winner: Slush Tracks
Muddy/puddly city-snow Challenge finished on Sunday, 09 Jan 2011 Oh snow. So white, so clean for the first 10 hours after it falls in the city. After that, it becomes a muddy mess, creating countless puddles for you to soak your feet... That's the objective of this challenge, show us muddy, puddly snow in your city!! It will be a good way to vent the frustration for all those times you get your feet wet in squishy snow!!
Street Light Challenge finished on Sunday, 09 Jan 2011 Christmas in your city? Party in your city? Blinding lights? Any street or road with a lot of lights.. MINIMUM ONE PERSON IN THE PICTURE. It is entirely up to you how you interpret the challenge, just remember that your photo should tell a story that makes the viewer blush, laugh, smile, cry, scream, etc.
Winner: Sushi for lunch...
Waterbirds - Nature seen through the human eye 1/7 Challenge finished on Sunday, 09 Jan 2011 Between water, air and earth, waterbirds are fascinating creatures. They represent an essential part of our eco-system and are a fragile link in it. Capture their beauty and show us their splendor.
Clash of the Titans Challenge finished on Sunday, 09 Jan 2011 Best shots of nature and industry "encroaching" on each other's turf. A representation of the battle between man and mother nature OR photos where nature and industry coexist and compliment each other.
Winner: Street Cellphone Technician
Social photography (another term for Street photography). Street humor, Only black/white Challenge finished on Saturday, 08 Jan 2011 This challenge is meant to bring the social live of different people in their sweet home. Well, given that street photography can be seen as 'people in their habitat', it's certainly of interest for us to take an interest in how people live, how people organise their lives in buildings, cities and other shared environments. So where some architectural photographers want shots devoid of people, we want them in the shots. Combining an eye for architecture with how people act and use architecture can give very rewarding results. Please be aware that this challenge has nothing to do with (Streets). Photos with empty streets will be disqualified. It is meant to bring social live, emotions, smiles, sights, poverty, richness in pictures. However, humor and crazy stuff are most welcome. All the best.
Winner: E5_operation freeze
Impossible Mission Challenge finished on Saturday, 08 Jan 2011 Sometimes we set the bar a little too high and accept very difficult challenges...Will you or have you ever photographed an impossible mission?
Winner: Left Alone
Get Inspired by Cindy Sherman's work.... Challenge finished on Saturday, 08 Jan 2011 Get Inspired by Cindy Sherman's work....
Razor or barbed wire Challenge finished on Friday, 07 Jan 2011 Barbed wire is all over the place! Take a look aorund. Looking for that hard industrial look!
Winner: Bucharest Christmas lights
Christmas in Romania Challenge finished on Thursday, 06 Jan 2011 Christmas is popularly known as 'Craciun' in Romania.Christmas in Romania falls on December 25 and is generally considered one of the most important religious holiday. A very important Christmas custom practiced in Romanian villages is 'Ignatius', the sacrifice of a pig in every house in the honor of Saint Ignatius. A pig is specially chosen for this purpose and fed to make it grow fat, often around 300 pounds. But the real celebrations begin with the decoration of the Christmas tree on "Ajunul Craciunului" (Christmas Eve). Fir trees happen to be the main Christmas trees here. Gift exchanges take place in Romania in the evening of Christmas Eve, contrary to the American way of opening gifts on Christmas morning. Romanian children believe that 'Mos Craciun' (the Romanian equivalent of Santa Claus) is the one who delivers them their presents. From: http://www.theholidayspot.com/christmas/worldxmas/romania.htm
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