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How would you represent something that is not visible? I invite you to try to photograph the wind. How it shapes things it hits, how it blows through the trees, how it manifests its lightness, its power and its force... Be your fantasy and sensibility your guide. PS: only pictures taken while the wind was actually blowing will be considered as valid for the challenge. It must be clear and visible that the wind was there!
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Monday, 5th July, 2010 (GMT)
Monday, 12th July, 2010 – Sunday, 18th July, 2010 (GMT)
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