Remembering the Past
Challenge series hosted by libertylady. Challenges start on Tuesdays.
I love to photograph things from the past, things that bring back those memories of long ago. Hopefully the themes will be interesting to many and easy to achieve. Enjoy.
Finished (12 challenges)
Winners announced: 12th March, 2013 GMT
Winner: Elevators Under Moonlight, - Mossleigh Alberta
This challenge would encompass grain bins or silos on individual farms or more commercial graineries in CoOps or other places. If it is constructed to hold grain on a large scale (NOT kitchen types of containers) then it would fit the challenge. Please put both an apropriate title and location of the photo. Without these two things, it is apt to be disqualified.
Winners announced: 23rd October, 2012 GMT
Winner: Remembering the Past: Bar with Stools
Enter a bar with stools in a commercial establishment, current or from the past. Do not use a bar and stools in a home but in a restaurant, soda shop, or bar. Please include a title and location.
Winners announced: 9th October, 2012 GMT
Winner: Which route?
I have just returned from a long absence and took a long drive down Rte 66 in AZ, NM, and TX. There are a lot of memorabalia along that rte from when the "Mother Road" was alive and well (before I40). It could be a building, sign, or anything that depicts the essence of these memories. Without this, the entry will be disqualified. Have fun.
Winners announced: 26th June, 2012 GMT
Winner: Natures Reclaim
I have always loved those large front porches with wooden railings. I am not looking for new houses here but porches on more historic type buildings. It can be an empty porch or have furniture and decoration. It can be an occupied home or abandoned and run down. Voters will decide which they prefer. Please title and give a location in either the title or description. I don't want any file...
Winners announced: 12th June, 2012 GMT
Winner: John Deer
This equipment can be tractors, trucks, or large implements that are no longer used. They can be abandoned and rusty or used as decoration. They should not be toys or copies of old equipment but should have been used in agriculture at one time. Equipment for this challenge does not include hand held implements or buildings such as grain elevators or barns. Old equipment in museums is...
Winners announced: 29th May, 2012 GMT
Winner: Abbey Primary School
There are many interesting weathervanes on houses, barns, historic buildings. courthouses, mansions, etc. The weathervane must be attached to a building. They may be beautiful, unique, crude, practical. They do not have to be antique (though those are nice to see), but they must be attached to a building of some kind instead of just laying around or for sale in an antique shop somewhere....
Winners announced: 22nd May, 2012 GMT
Winner: Tetons Outhouse
Do you remember when indoor plumbing was not common? Neither do I but I have found many outhouses still exist (though not really utilized). I am looking for historic examples of these and not the metal type used at festivals and other public places. Enjoy.
Winners announced: 15th May, 2012 GMT
Winner: ist 009
The farmhouses can be still functioning as a home or abandoned, but they must not be new houses. Remember the past! Enjoy
Winners announced: 8th May, 2012 GMT
Winner: The Roman Bridge of Cangas de Onís Asturia Spain
There are many really interesting bridges in the world. In this challenge, I am not looking for covered bridges as that would be a challenge to itself. They can be beautiful or broken down but should exhibit some character. Please tell where the bridge is located and the age if you know it. You can do that in the title or description.
Winners announced: 1st May, 2012 GMT
Winner: MV view thru Gouldings Fence Rails
In this challenge, look for character and artistic views of fences. They can be beautiful or rustic. Perhaps a fence around a mansion or a beaten down barbed wire fence. Unusual fences would work also. They should not be brand new fences but have some history. Fences in old cemeteries would work also. Have fun.
Winners announced: 24th April, 2012 GMT
Easy enough as there are so many beautiful old barns everywhere. Please do not post brand new or modern barns. The older the better. Character counts. Enjoy.
Winners announced: 17th April, 2012 GMT
Winner: Chasing the Bear
Any photo related to old gasoline stations like pumps or parts of those pumps, nostalgic signs (not reproduced), old stations. If you are new to challenges, welcome. Jump right in!
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