Contest Results: "What is it?"

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Ended 02/09/12 2:15 AM GMT
Winner: nanadoo (See the full results)

1st place
Fire and Ice by nanadoo

slushie: Great shot

trixxie17: I say WOW also - this is great and beautiful.

luckyshot: Rita - A very cool capture - kudos! Thad

ROPnam: WOW, just WOW :D.

Thanks for sharing!

0930_23: Congrats on your win in the What Is It contest, Rita. A good image obviously.


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nanadoo received a 2 month membership in the Caedes Cadre.

2nd place
Hmmm - What is it? by luckyshot

ro_and: brilliant idea......did not get it....Ro

Jimbobedsel: An ink spill? LOL.

cynlee: Congrats, Thad!

endlessSky: oils.

J_E_F: Excellent depth of field - lovely entry.

LynEve: Nice one -- makes a great desktop and I think I know what it is but still look forward to hearing the answer.
Best of luck in the contest :)

luckyshot received a 1 month membership in the Caedes Cadre.

3rd place
Oh, What IS It? by cynlee

gbo911: Meerkat?

luckyshot: Cindy - Whatever it might be, it is entertaining, bringing joy, and not frightful. An excellent candid capture. Thad

trixxie17: Don't know but I'm guessing something water!

Marzena: I think they are watching something not really nice ... Slight disgust on their faces ... Some small, rather ugly reptile that cannot jump very high, would be my guess. How about a turtle, perhaps ...
After all, we, secret agents, should know these things. LOL
Yours SAM

4th place
In&Out by zunazet

Eubeen: I think you might have voided the warranty to get this shot. Good focus work in the photo and nice lines. Best of luck in the contest.

coram9: Nice one. I won't say what it is. It also makes a good desktop. The diagonals and shallow DoF work well.

5th place
What is it? by krt

krt: Thanks one and all for voting on my image, and many congratulations to the other finalists and especially the overall winner!
Okay, my image is.... the inside of a giant walk-in model of a human cell. You can see the endoplasmic reticulum in blue and some organelles in other colours embedded in the cell wall. The model is on display in a museum in Hamburg, Germany (where, incidentally, photography was freely permitted).
So now you know! But I am impressed with the ingenuity of the other suggestions.