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Contest Results: Religious

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Ended 04/16/18 11:15 PM GMT
Winner: WTFlack (See the full results)


1st place
Buddhist Prayer Wheels by WTFlack

icedancer: Excellent entry to the current contest, such detail and a very interesting items - thanks for the knowledge. Good Luck

tigger3: I think this is a terrific contest entry. tigs=^..^=

0930_23: Unusual WT. It will do well in the contest.

TicK


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WTFlack received a 2 month membership in the Caedes Cadre.


2nd place
St. John Cantius Church by Mizteeq

mesmerized: Congratulations, Solly!...I'm really pleased to see your entry place well in the contest.

0930_23: Congrats on your 2nd place finish.

Nikoneer: Whoah... whenever I'm presented with a scene like this I try to get the absolutely perfect centering, measuring it out on the floor if there aren't tiles or boards to help, activating the grid in my viewfinder back screen, checking back and forth from one side to the other so much I look like I'm watching a tennis match... but am lucky to get 95 per cent of exactly where I want it (eventually fixing it in Photoshop). I think you got about 97 per cent, and that you'd have to be the deity worshipped here to gt 100 per cent. A great job of setting up your shot and one heckuva place to get it. This is such beautiful architecture and rich appointments it looks more like a painting. Best of luck in the contest.

-Nik

Mizteeq received a 1 month membership in the Caedes Cadre.


3rd place
Festival of Light by JaiJoli

JaiJoli: Thank you everyone.

LynEve: Congratulations on your contest placement ! An excellent photo

0930_23: Congrats on your 3rd place finish in the contest.

TicK


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Flmngseabass: I told you so!!! Way to go Jai!!! A hardy congrats is in order for taking third place!!! Well deserved for sure:))


4th place
The Last Station by Dunstickin

Flmngseabass: Congrat's Bob!!! Well done!

Nikoneer: The letters "INRI" are initials for the Latin title that Pontius Pilate had written over the head of Jesus Christ on the cross (John 19:19). Latin was the official language of the Roman Empire. The words were "Iesvs Nazarenvs Rex Ivdaeorvm." Latin uses "I" instead of the English "J", and "V" instead of "U" (i.e., Jesus Nazarenus Rex Judaeorum). The English translation is "Jesus of Nazareth, the King of the Jews."

-Nik


5th place
Lanterns by Lin_O

icedancer: Congratulations on 5th place, way to go - reminds me of a scene in the Disney Movie Tangled

jerseygurl: Congrats on taking 5th place in the contest!!!!!!!!!

Nikoneer: A little soft but good light control, Lin. Something very different in these entries; the implementation of religious belief instead of the expected architectural church views. Good luck.

-Nik