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

Joanie: Is this for real?? Beautiful Frank and so well done!!!

koca: Great work, Frank, good luck.

heidlerr: An interesting images creation that inspired my White Devil Rising image. The moon appears to be bleeding through the foreground just a little. Try using the burn tool with low opacity and blurred brush to darken the mid tones in that area. Overall a great image that I love.

bfrank received a 2 month membership in the Caedes Cadre.

2nd place
Forever Empty by LynEve

Dunstickin: A wonderful high key piece!.......

heidlerr: Congrats on placing 2nd in the contest. Great job.

Jimbobedsel: This is outstanding and a top notch entry for the contest, Lyn. Applause Applause for this work!

trixxie17: An excellent entry and a wonderful and touching memorial to lives lost. They've done something similar before at the site of the Murragh federal building bombing in Oklahoma City.

LynEve received a 1 month membership in the Caedes Cadre.

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

jerseygurl: The tunnel looks like an interesting and very entertaining space - the dancing lights really gives your image good depth and color and the vastness provides a feeling of emptiness - Great capture Pat!!!:-):-):-)!!!

4th place
Empty Seats by Jimbobedsel

picardroe: A nice shot Jimbob.

Ramad: Congrats on winning 3rd place Jimbob.

carlosf_m: A very touching capture, I can only imagine what one feels standing there

mirto56: This image turns my thoughts back to that ever so horrible day. Your photo speaks to all who remember...and will never forget. A powerful image, so very well suited for the "Emptiness" contest, Jimbob.

5th place
Forgotten Home Life by heidlerr

tigger3: For me everything about this image is perfect, and a fave for me. Your editing really iced the cake for this wonderful image.

PatAndre: Preach it, brother. can't tell you how many times I have wondered the same thing.