Contest Results: Shadows

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Ended 03/03/15 2:23 AM GMT
Winner: FlimBB (See the full results)

1st place
Shadow Perspectives by FlimBB

Jimbobedsel: Gadzooks! Looks like a winner to me!

0930_23: Congrats on your win in the contest, Mike.

twinkel: Oh my..this is gorgeus, like the color and composition!

Favs for me.

FlimBB: Thank you all. I am stunned! First, congratulations to everyone in the contest. There was some awesome work and, to be honest, I would not have picked mine as first place... but thank you all very much. ;-)

FlimBB received a 2 month membership in the Caedes Cadre.

2nd place
Misty moments by Mannie3

0930_23: Congrats on your second place win in the contest.


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LynEve: Congratulations on your contest placement.
This is a most beautiful image.

FlimBB: Congratulations on your 2nd place win in the contest. This really is a fabulous shot. Well timed and very moody.

Mannie3 received a 1 month membership in the Caedes Cadre.

3rd place
Sun Lines! by Dunstickin

Eubeen: Congrats on the contest, Bob.
A beautiful and eerie looking scene with great colours, lighting and shadows. Very nicely captured.

bfrank: Congrats on your third place Bob.

0930_23: Congrats on your third place win in the contest Owd Timer.
It was a great entry.

4th place
Passing Hours by LynEve

bfrank: Congrats on placing 4th in the contest Lyn. Very artistic.

Ramad: Give me a Rolex any day :) Nice capture of the sundial and shadow. It will make a fine entry in the contest Lyn.

corngrowth: ---Tempus fugit velut umbra. (Time flees like a shadow)---

Lyn, I would reply: Omnia mutantur, nos et mutamur in illis. (All things are changed, and we are changed with them). lol.

Very apt capture for the 'Shadows' contest.
If this will be your entry: Good Luck with it.

5th place
In days of old by biffobear

icedancer: In full you can see the wonderful lines and detail of that antique furniture, my grandma had beautiful old furniture. Fantastic shot and lighting

Lightpainter: Beautiful work. I'm curious how you did it, short of hiring some kind of movie set designer.