Contest Results: Selective Colour

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Ended 12/16/13 8:15 AM GMT
Winner: LynEve (See the full results)

1st place
Sunshine on my table by LynEve

Dunstickin: Boy, this is a good one!...simple but brilliant!

Good luck...I think this theme is gonna produced some crackers!

picardroe: Very well done.

koca: Nice title and wonderful, sharp close up.

scorpie: Ab Fab!!

luckyshot: Lyn - Superb work! The simplicity of composition, notably background, allows the rye to focus on the selective color lemons in the bowl. Bravo! Thad

LynEve received a 2 month membership in the Caedes Cadre.

2nd place
Odd Ball by FlimBB

0930_23: Congrats on your 2nd place win. It was a very good entry.

mirto56: Fabulous work on this and an excellent contender in the contest! Bravo!

mesmerized: Aren't you clever, combining my suggestion of Odd Balls for a contest theme with the current one of Selective Color...a very cool and well done creation...I wish you best of luck with it.

FlimBB received a 1 month membership in the Caedes Cadre.

3rd place
Hank by bfrank

mesmerized: Congratulations Frank and Hank...great both of you.

GIGIBL: Excellent shot of this lovely cat well done

corngrowth: ---I guess he is an old grandpa in cat years--

but I think to see by his vivid eyes that's he still 'alive and kicking', Frank.

Very fine example of selective colouring.

Regards, Cornelius.

4th place
Spotlight in Blue by Nikoneer

FlimBB: Congratulations. This was an excellent idea, and perfect for the season AND the contest. I really like how you used the red hats to help pull the eye to the other kids as well as keeping the main focus of the little girl. Well done!

5th place
Pink by mesmerized

0930_23: Congrats on your 5th place win in the contest.
Merry Christmas.

corngrowth: Precious image, Pat. Very good use of the selective color principle. This, in the snow walking girl, has stolen my heart, because I see much resemblance too with my daughter when she had about the same age (about 35 years ago!). Really wonderful!

Regards, Cornelius.