July 2018 Results

Submitted by bsvee on Sun, 08/12/2018 - 10:41
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Voting now open in both July contest albums

Submitted by bsvee on Thu, 08/02/2018 - 22:15
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Voting is now open for the July contest albums through August 10Pease review the Voting Guidelines if you have not done so already OR if you have not done so for some time.

Cast exactly three votes in each category (one 5-star, one 4-star, and one 3-star vote. Use 1-star to cancel a vote)

- View every photo at full size and never judge by thumbnail alone 

You may not vote for your own photos

September topic: City Wide Shots

Submitted by BarrySvee on Tue, 07/31/2018 - 23:22
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August topic

Submitted by bbristow on Tue, 07/31/2018 - 22:45
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Lets go for “Patterns in close up”. If you get close enough, everything has a pattern but a simple piece of timber, a path of gravel or a pet’s fur coat should do the trick.

June 2018 Results

Submitted by bsvee on Tue, 07/10/2018 - 20:13
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Voting now open in both June contest albums

Submitted by bsvee on Mon, 07/02/2018 - 19:41
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Voting is now open for the June contest albums through July 9Pease review the Voting Guidelines if you have not done so already OR if you have not done so for some time.

Cast exactly three votes in each category (one 5-star, one 4-star, and one 3-star vote. Use 1-star to cancel a vote)

- View every photo at full size and never judge by thumbnail alone 

You may not vote for your own photos

July topic, “Mystery”

Submitted by wbristow on Sun, 07/01/2018 - 02:29

“Mystery“, ” ambiguity”, “ uncertainty”. 

 Uncertainty is typically not desirable  in everyday experiences, but uncertainty in the form of ambiguity may be a defining  feature of aesthetic experiences of modern art.

 A painting example is, “Nighthawks“ by Edward Hopper.  

There is also ambiguity in scale for example in aerial photography. 

Another classic example of mystery is the famous painting “Mona Lisa” by Leonardo da Vinci.

 So find a photo that is perhaps confusing or ambiguous and something that you cannot exactly figure out what it is and that may well be an answer to this months topic of “mystery“. 

May 2018 Results

Submitted by bsvee on Tue, 06/12/2018 - 17:24
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Voting now open in both May contest albums

Submitted by bsvee on Sun, 06/03/2018 - 21:22
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Voting is now open for the May contest albums through June 9Pease review the Voting Guidelines if you have not done so already OR if you have not done so for some time.

Cast exactly three votes in each category (one 5-star, one 4-star, and one 3-star vote. Use 1-star to cancel a vote)

- View every photo at full size and never judge by thumbnail alone 

You may not vote for your own photos

June Topic: Looking Up

Submitted by BarrySvee on Sun, 05/20/2018 - 21:44
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Sometimes a photo looking up at a cathedral or tree tops can be quite dramatic but also ordinary subjects can be seen in a new way from the bottom up. Capture a photo looking up at a subject.

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