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Contest Results: The Four Elements

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Ended 04/24/15 1:15 AM GMT
Winner: stylo (See the full results)


1st place
The 4 Elements by stylo

GunnerMan: After viewing the orig. photo I was taken back at how seamlessly and perfectly you got that additional wave in there. Great work overall and a lot of fun to look at. Congrats.

mirto56: Congrats on your second consecutive win, Sty! Your work is out of this world and highly deserves all the recognition! Bravo!!

stylo received a 2 month membership in the Caedes Cadre.


2nd place
Sandy Day by GunnerMan

mesmerized: Wow, an amazing place and an amazing shot...and yes, I would encourage you to enter this in our current contest.

purmusic: Nice.

Really like how you composed your piece here.

The line of the top of the dunes.. and how it demarcates the shadowed area below and within frame

And..


But, of course.. thanks for sharing your creativity with us.

Really nice work.


(p.s. For your consideration.. current contest running now; The Four Elements.. once your image is approved (as it now has been) should appear in the drop-down menu ("Enter the contest") for submission as an entry to the contest. Best of luck, should you decide to enter.)

GunnerMan received a 1 month membership in the Caedes Cadre.


3rd place
Fantastic Four Elements by bfrank

mesmerized: Congratulations on placing, Frank...you got my vote with this super entry.

GIGIBL: Excellent collage Frank good luck in the contest.

nanadoo: A great big CONGRATS on the contest!!!! Great entry!

tigger3: Very nice representation of the four elements, and works perfectly for the contest. tigs=^..^=


4th place
Hareshaw Rainbow by biffobear

Marzena: Now this is one razor sharp rainbow... I did not mean anything indecent or illegal, no means, dear R. LOL
Thanks for sharing this stunning beauty.
SAM & SAAB

0930_23: Super exposure and rainbow, Count.

TicK


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5th place
~ The Wind ~ by mesmerized

GunnerMan: Nice work, really loving how the sky is folding away in the corner. Just as I take in the subject and start to 'metabolize' it I see the folds making me wonder what is going on behind there. Reminds me of what they think it would look like to see a black hole up close.