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Contest Results: Windows

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Ended 10/30/15 1:15 PM GMT
Winner: Dunstickin (See the full results)


1st place
Window Cleaner's by Dunstickin

J_E_F: Why-ya man!

PatAndre: Did anyone see those window cleaners? No job for me. A dazeling array of intersecting lines.

mirto56: Congrats Bob on 1st place!

icedancer: Wow Wow Wow - Breath taking shot and those colours fantastic - a winner in my books for the current contest - Good Luck

Dunstickin received a 2 month membership in the Caedes Cadre.


2nd place
The Window Cleaner's Nightmare by LynEve

photoeye68: Wowa!!! That is one wicked manipulation. Well done.

Dunstickin: They will need a good set of ladders for this eh!...lol

PatAndre: You could not pay me enough to clean this baby. Great capture.

J_E_F: How on earth....

jerseygurl: Congratulations on placing 2nd in the contest - Well deserved - a very cool manip Lyn!!!:-):-):-)!!!

LynEve received a 1 month membership in the Caedes Cadre.


3rd place
Windows by corngrowth

icedancer: Absolutely a gorgeous shot and just love those windows and the colour tones is perfect. Fantastic contest entry. Good Luck - I voted for you.

gizmo1: Very nice capture I just love the warm colours and there is lots for the eyes to feast upon to with very good detail and great compstion as well.


4th place
Broken Windows by tigger3

Eubeen: Congrats on the contest placing, Sandi. A nice grungy capture of the old building and windows.

GIGIBL: Nice one Sandi good luck in the challenge.

Tomeast: This is effective for sure,,makes one think and its very well executed.


5th place
Kitchen Window by CDHale

FlimBB: Lol, it looks like the chicken is rolling on tomatoe wheels.

mirto56: A very original still-life and a window I wouldn't mind looking out every day. Good luck in the contest, Christie!

Nikoneer: Christie, this is the sort of image I see turned into a puzzle, with lots of details and interest. The sunlight coming into the window and through some of the pieces, along with the inclusion of flowers and produce with the collectible objects leaves the viewer with a very homey and warm feeling. Diggin' it.

-Nik