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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

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

jerseygurl: Congrats on first place Raj - I knew that this one was a sure winner!!!!!!!

mirto56: A wonderful collection of nautical instruments. I believe the sextant is still used today. Good luck in the contest with this fine entry, Raj.

Ramad received a 2 month membership in the Caedes Cadre.


2nd place
"Tools of the Trade" by icedancer

mesmerized: Where would a figure skater be without skates...great entry, Pat...and good action shot too...good luck in the contest.

Dunstickin: 'Shut the Duck' .. .. I will have to remember that next time I slip and fall on ice!....

Good entry!...and well shot too!

icedancer received a 1 month membership in the Caedes Cadre.


3rd place
Gondola Maker by mirto56

jerseygurl: Congrats Doug on taking 3rd place in the contest!!!!!!!!

J_E_F: Holy - not sure you could fill the picture with any more tools. Smart decision going B&W. Wonder who the girl is?

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

Tomeast: One even looks like an old brownie that I have but never used , winner here.

icedancer: Whoa, now that's a lot of camera's Bob and super entry to the contest, Good Luck

Nikoneer: I have only 5 in my collection. Some of these really look unique and yes, you should make this your entry. I don't think anyone has ever submitted a "Tools" contest entry before that was as personal as this. I like it, and good luck, Owd Feller.

-Nik


5th place
Sheave Wheel by DesertDenizen

0930_23: Many ingenious people helped our country to move forward.
A good entry for the contest

TicK


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Dunstickin: Good entry....

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

Good luck!