Contest Results: Emptiness

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Ended 07/19/15 1:15 AM GMT
Winner: bfrank (See the full results)

1st place
In The Emptiness by bfrank

koca: Great work, Frank, good luck.

susanlynn: Gorgeous shot of the moon, Frank.

tigger3: Excellent manipulation my friend, it has an over powering feel to it.

biffobear: Well done on the contest....R.

icedancer: Oh my goodness, outstanding post, gorgeous mood with the low lying fog and that huge moon beyond, breath taking. Spectacular b/w and right into my favs, love it

bfrank received a 2 month membership in the Caedes Cadre.

2nd place
Forever Empty by LynEve

jerseygurl: Congratulations, Lyn on taking 2nd place in the contest - well deserved - great image!!!!!!!!

Ramad: I remember the chairs - nicely presented here Lyn. Good luck in the contest.

FlimBB: Grats on your second place win with this thought provoking piece. Well done, and a great tribute to those lives disrupted by the earthquake.

LynEve received a 1 month membership in the Caedes Cadre.

3rd place
"Beneath the Detroit Airport Runways" by icedancer

LynEve: Well done on your contest placement with this unique and arresting image Pat :)

FlimBB: Grats on your third place win in the contest. This is really a great piece. Certainly not something one sees everyday.

Constance52347: Congratulations on 3rd place! Well done!

4th place
Empty Seats by Jimbobedsel

jerseygurl: Congratulations, Jimbob on placing 4th in the contest - a very moving image!!!!!!!!!!!

Dunstickin: The emptiness speaks volumes for that moment!...

Ramad: Congrats on winning 3rd place Jimbob.

flanno2610: Very emotive!

Ramad: That sky looks very beautiful and the empty benches gives one a sense of loneliness. Fine image and a very good entry for the contest Jimbob.

5th place
Forgotten Home Life by heidlerr

bfrank: I'm not super old but I remember my childhood in such houses like this. Ours was a two story house. That was back in the day of B&W pictures. Neighbors lived farther apart then. Had The party line phones and everyone knew everyone's business. It looks well to be so old. Good one Russ.