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

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

mirto56: Congrats on winning the contest with this beautiful image, Frank.

mirto56: Excellent manip, Frank. Such creativity and perfect for the contest. Fantastico!

bfrank received a 2 month membership in the Caedes Cadre.

2nd place
Forever Empty by LynEve

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.

nanadoo: No words......thank you for sharing. Fav'd

carlosf_m: This is really, really great, I love it, and an excellent entry

LynEve received a 1 month membership in the Caedes Cadre.

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

picardroe: A beautiful shot Pat.

Constance52347: My favorite airport...I've been through there a number of times

I tried to get a shot of these musical colors once, but it was a fail. There's a gorgeous fountain in the upper level I tried to get, also. If you managed to catch an image of that I would really love to see it.

I once asked a flight attendant friend what her favorite U.S. airport was and she said Detroit, siting the ease of getting planes in and out and safety factors. She didn't mention the beauty of the airport! lol But, good to know.

Thanks so much for posting this! It made me smile from the memory, and also you did a terrific job of capturing it!

4th place
Empty Seats by Jimbobedsel

heidlerr: Congrats on placing 4th in the contest. Great job.

susanlynn: This site still leaves me with chills and it is a great entry for the contest and as a remembrance of those who died there. Good Luck in the contest, JimBob.

5th place
Forgotten Home Life by heidlerr

WmC: What a wonderful treatment you've given this photo. totally cool!! A new fav. Extremely well done. Thanx for posting

susanlynn: I love seeing these old houses, Russ. It always amazes me that there are a few stones at each corner holding the entire thing up. Great photo.