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"Water is amazing. Its tiniest droplet can contain the Sun"... This motto brings us to the smallest noticeable water quantities. In this Challenge, let's explore those ubiquitous water globules trough the best optical range you can set your camera to register: from macrophoto of a single drop trough the fog-adorned gossamer web to the seaspray riding the waves, or a simple rain... PLEASE READ THE RULES – I hate having to disqualify an entry just because of some overlooked detail!
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Tuesday, 29th November, 2011 (GMT)
Tuesday, 6th December, 2011 – Monday, 12th December, 2011 (GMT)
Tuesday, 13th December, 2011 – Monday, 19th December, 2011 (GMT)
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