Contest Results: Tools of the Trade

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Ended 04/02/16 1:15 AM GMT
Winner: Ramad (See the full results)

1st place
Navigation by Ramad

0930_23: Well though out and well displayed Raj.
Looks like it is on course to the winners circle.


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tigger3: Very, very clever, and very well done. tigs=^..^=

Ramad received a 2 month membership in the Caedes Cadre.

2nd place
"Tools of the Trade" by icedancer

corngrowth: Congratulations Pat, for your 2nd place in the 'Tools of the Trade' contest!!!

Nikoneer: That is one great action shot, Pat. I have a vague recollection of a time when I was that limber (certainly not now at 62), but she definitely knows what she's capable of and is enjoying every minute. And folks, no worries, what appears to be a large ugly bruise on her extended leg is only the shadow of her left fist. I like the fact that you either got the capture with nothing in the frame but her and the ice or you were wise enough to crop all else out. It works very well and is a good entry because, like Doug's (mirto56), it shows the tools as well as them being used. Good luck in the contest.


icedancer received a 1 month membership in the Caedes Cadre.

3rd place
Gondola Maker by mirto56

snapshooter87: Really something to draw ones attention. Simply excellent.

tigger3: You really out did yourself, this is superb! tigs=^..^=

corngrowth: Doug, it's not only a perfect entry for the 'Tools of the Trade' contest, but a excellent entry for the Wednesday B&W challenge as well.
Two chances for the price of one, my friend! LOL!!!
Good Luck with it!

4th place
My Tools by Dunstickin

J_E_F: Lucky boy.

Marzena: To follow the line of our Yogi comment: treasure trove would be my title. Most impressive variety of tools!
LOL at our SEAS comment too!
Good luck!

corngrowth: Congratulations Bob, for your 4th place in the 'Tools of the Trade' contest!!!

5th place
Sheave Wheel by DesertDenizen

J_E_F: These wheels are sure iconic of an industrial era.

gonedigital: I like the angle of this shot and I doubt you get much problems with metal corrosion in Arizona. (o:

Dunstickin: Good entry....

Industry always had it's own specialised tools to the jobs!..

Good luck!