Challenge series hosted by Ytterboe. Challenges start on Sundays.
This series revolves around the sacred and the profane, the unexplained, the holy, the religious, the spiritual, the unexpected, the longed for and the prophetic. Photos in this series should have a sense of mystery or otherworldliness to them.
Finished (2 challenges)
Winners announced: 5th May, 2013 GMT
Winner: Patriarch Kirill of Moscow and All Russia
Photos of clergy or other religious or spiritual people: performing rites, practicing their beliefs or doing their everyday business as members of the clergy.
Winners announced: 28th April, 2013 GMT
Winner: no winner
Photos should reflect aspects of life which reflect something sacred and profane in a very broad sense. No religious symbols, buildings or clergy should be included. Photos must include something sacred and something profane in the photo - but both must be distinct. No photos making sacred something profane, and vice versa. Any disrespect of a sacred object will be...
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