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Contest Results: Images that evoke awe or wonder

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Ended 07/02/21 1:15 PM GMT
Winner: Flmngseabass (See the full results)


1st place
Always Lenticular by Flmngseabass

Nikoneer: The Mothership has arrived!!! My idiocy aside, this is a very cool shot, Bruce. Lenticulars form over high mountains and mountain ranges (like one I caught out in Glacier National Park, coming over the Continental Divide), and manifest in a variety of shapes. They are somewhat rare, though, so you are lucky to have been in the right place at the right time.

-nik

Flmngseabass received a 2 month membership in the Caedes Cadre.


2nd place
MILOS ... by Vickid

biffobear: Well done.....R.

corngrowth: Vicki, I agree with Paul, about the appearance of an iceberg, so as a former seaman I was frightened somewhat, because the main part of an iceberg is submerged. But your narrative made me at ease: an iceberg in the Greece surrounding waters would have been 'pretty' unique!
An intriguing capture however, taken very well!

Vickid received a 1 month membership in the Caedes Cadre.


3rd place
The Path by biffobear

corngrowth: I've no philosophizing thoughts about this image. I only enjoy it very much, Richie!

Vickid: Stunning, awesome details.

Flmngseabass: A well deserved 3rd place congrats is in order Richie!! Way to go:)

Pjsee16: Very warm and generous path...


4th place
Cathedral Spires Hike 10--Farewell to the Day by Nikoneer

trixxie17: Congrats Nik - only one of that beautiful series!

Flmngseabass: Marvelous landscape Nik:):) Good lighting for sure as stated by Jeff:)

jerseygurl: Congrats Nik on taking 4th place in the contest!!!!!!!!!!

Pistos: I like the lighting in this one.


5th place
Hands on the Wheel of the Turning World by Pjsee16

trixxie17: What a glorious shot - I love that time of day for photography!

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

bfrank: Congrats on 5th place, Paul!

corngrowth: Paul, was this very fine sunrise image taken at or near the Cabot Trail, almost on the most northern part of Cape Breton Island looking over the Cabot Street (the street between the St. Lawrence Bay and the Atlantic Ocean)?
A very scenic sight. By checking-out this link the water comes into my mouth, 😁 !