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Winner: Santa Maria del Popolo, Roma
Religion Challenge finished on Monday, 06 Sep 2010 Show what you interpret as being "religion"
Winner: The Plunge
The Swimming Pool Challenge finished on Monday, 06 Sep 2010 Show off your views of a swimming pool.
Winner: Rail journey
-PACKED... like Sardines in a Can- ( Full Colour Only) Challenge finished on Monday, 06 Sep 2010 Submit a photograph of people in an enclosed overcrowded environment, i.e, where there basically isn't much space left inside.
Winner: Fight against Poverty
> a simple question: "What keeps a human alive?" Challenge finished on Monday, 06 Sep 2010 I was spending some time reading a book and found a simple but 'deep' question: "What keeps a human alive?" (Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn - "Cancer Ward") It is a simple question and most of us (if not all of us) had it at least once in his/her lifetime and, most likely, he/she also tried to find an answer (It is not necessary to reach this question by reading it in a book - and also not necessary to find the answer in a book). Take a dare...!?
Winner: sunset clipper
Tall Ships Challenge finished on Monday, 06 Sep 2010 The next mighty feat of engineering to photograph: ships. Not puny boats, but tall, large, and mighty ships. The focus of your image must be the ship as a piece of engineering:
Dog Agility In Colour Challenge finished on Sunday, 05 Sep 2010 Dogs participating in the hobby/sport of Dog Agility
Looooong Exposures Challenge finished on Sunday, 05 Sep 2010 This challenge is the opposite of the previous 1/1000 of a second challenge. Exposure must be longer than 1 second. Break out your tripods and remote releases! Remember there is a capture date restriction on this challenge as well.
Winner: Dhulikel's future
Mark van Dijk
Mark van Dijk
Images from Nepal Challenge finished on Sunday, 05 Sep 2010 Arguably, Nepal is one of the most photogenic of countries. Show your best images taken in Nepal. Nature, Culture, People, architecture are all OK but no macro or close-up shots that does not explicitly show that the image was taken in Nepal. For example, a close-up shot of a distinct architecture of Nepalese window is OK but a close-up of a rose is not.
Redux: Golden Hour Portrait Challenge finished on Saturday, 04 Sep 2010 The first and final hour(s) of the day, when the sun is just above the horizon, provides unusual natural lighting opportunities. The low angle of the sun creates long shadows and simultaneously diffuses and warms the light. This "golden hour" allows for quite dramatic portraiture. Show off your best golden hour portrait image. (Note additional rules.)
The Beetles Challenge finished on Saturday, 04 Sep 2010 This challenge theme is based on the four wheeled variety of bug, NOT ones with legs, no insect pictures. What we are looking for are creative, interesting, pictures with the theme of the Volkswagen Beetle in various states of repair or pristine glory. One of the worlds most popular cars, if you don't have an image in your archives going out and finding one to shoot should be no problem. Your image should contain an easily recognizable and easily visible part of the the 'people's car' at a minimum.
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