Energy and its effects
Challenge series hosted by Jever68. Challenges start on Saturdays.
The main topic of my series is energy in its different manifestations and with its effects.
Finished (4 challenges)
Winners announced: 8th August, 2009 GMT
Show us your pictures with animals full of energy! Any sleeping dog or still sitting cat will be disqualified
Winners announced: 30th May, 2009 GMT
Winner: First Strike
Show us your pictures where the subject is pure energy! The main subject has to show the effect OF MORE THAN 1,000 VOLTS!
Winners announced: 9th May, 2009 GMT
Winner: A Flat Calm
Even if the word "renewable" is not correct, this kind of energy will play a significant role in the future. Show us your images where the main subject is related to the generation of energy, coming from renewable sources.
1. Ray of Light
Winners announced: 25th April, 2009 GMT
Winner: Slot Beam
Show us your pictures, where the Ray of Light is the main subject and not its reflection or impact on an object.
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