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Contest Results: What is it?

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Ended 08/25/17 7:15 AM GMT
Winner: Lightpainter (See the full results)


1st place
Mystery Machine by Lightpainter

Flmngseabass: A big round and squaty congratulations Ted on placing 1ST!!!! A great mystery has now been unveiled:):)

questjester: Facinating! I had no idea that the Vatican owned a telescope. And an unusual telescope at that!

Very cool and interesting, Ted! Excellent entry for the contest!!

Lightpainter received a 2 month membership in the Caedes Cadre.


2nd place
What Is It? by corngrowth

0930_23: Congrats on your win in the contest SEA. Much deserved.

rozem061: Congratulations on your 2e place in the contest Cornelius
It is well deserved !
John

LynEve: Congratulations Cornelius for your placement in the contest with this unique entry :)

corngrowth received a 1 month membership in the Caedes Cadre.


3rd place
Gosh, I Bet This Is... by braces

GomekFlorida: Great entry. I think it is framework of some sort.

LynEve: Congrats on your placement Steve - it was a mystery for sure

tigger3: Good job, and congrats Mr. B.

icedancer: Way to go on the 3rd place in the contest

LynEve: Could be Paris or Blackpool ??
Does not look symmetrical enough though.


4th place
What is this? by Ramad

tigger3: I have to agree about being a controller of some kind, good one for the contest Raj. tigs=^..^=

gonedigital: What is this?

Sorry Raj can't help you the photographs field of focus is very shallow and blurred in places so I can't discern precise details. Or perhaps you deliberately blurred sections yourself.
Guessing I'd say it's either a computer mouse, game control or some sort of mariners navigation unit.
You produce some fine work Raj (o: and hope you aren't offended by my valid critique.

This is Phlossys sixth comment folks and please don't stone me for being honest, thank you.


5th place
What Could It Be by jerseygurl

Samatar: Part of a lighthouse??

questjester: Hmm ...

Well, I was all ready to jump on the "it's a stack of cd discs" bandwagon, until purmusic pointed out that he believes it to be pitting instead of moisture. So unless you chew on your discs the way that some people chew on pens ... now I'm not sure?

Maybe a spool of wire?