Contest Results: Backlighting

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Ended 12/07/17 3:15 PM GMT
Winner: 0930_23 (See the full results)

1st place
On Golden Swan by 0930_23

Lightpainter: Excellent. It certainly fits the theme.

rvdb: As I said above a beautiful capture Tick Congrats on your win.


LynEve: I think it is perfect for the contest and a delight to view

Starglow: Gorgeous capture of the water and fine silhouette of the swans.

0930_23 received a 2 month membership in the Caedes Cadre.

2nd place
Woodland dawn by Lin_O

rvdb: Catching up a real backlog on comments ....great picture love the colors.


tigger3: Congrats on the second place.

questjester: Congratulations! :)

bfrank: Congratulations!!! I really liked this one.

Flmngseabass: This is SPECTACULAR!!!! Superb coloring,shading,contrast and lighting!! Wow oh Wow!!! A picture postcard quality for sure. Saved and Faved:):)

Lin_O received a 1 month membership in the Caedes Cadre.

3rd place
Early Morning by Starglow

0930_23: "Bring on the cold fingers and we'll get this day started."
You called up a beauty here Carol.


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Flmngseabass: I have to chuckle at this image Carol!!!:):):) Simple but oh so well suited for the subject!! Perfect for the contest.

4th place
Sundown by WTFlack

mesmerized: Great lines and perspective...very nice subtlety of lighting on the of luck in the contest.

corngrowth: William, a wonderful early sunset shot. The just peeking trough the clouds peeking sun has created a somewhat dramatic atmosphere.
I've enlarged this image for more than 400%, and therefore I conclude that the net contains festive small (led) lights.
Must be a wonderful sight at night. Did you an attempt to capture this situation? Would be rather difficult, but I would give it a try, but it's up to you of course!

5th place
Lakeside Perspective by corngrowth

0930_23: The silhouettes and the railing really pulls us into the photo SEA.


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Nikoneer: As some of the others have said, I like how the rail on the right pulls me down that walk with the couple and their dog(?). Then again, I'm always a sucker for a good vanishing point perspective and repetitive lines. This equally as much architectural as it is people.