Contest Results: Point of View

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Ended 07/30/17 6:15 AM GMT
Winner: tigger3 (See the full results)

1st place
Tunnel Vision by tigger3

bfrank: Nice image for the contest Sandi. I was just that that Stylo at the end of the tunnel? I remember you saying You and him went to that park once. Tell him I said HI!

trixxie17: I too think this is a great entry for the contest Sandi! I like that it really gives the viewer a claustrophobic feeling.

tigger3 received a 2 month membership in the Caedes Cadre.

2nd place
Getting An Eiffel Looking Up by gr8fulted

gr8fulted: Yes, I've been there many, many times. Not sure about the dirigible docking, but it was suppose to come down after 20 years. However, it worked so well for radio signals they left it up. Now, no one can image the city without it.

gr8fulted received a 1 month membership in the Caedes Cadre.

3rd place
"Crossing the Arno River" by icedancer

Dunstickin: I agree that it is a great contest entry!...a wonderful viewpoint for this..
You can tell there is a lot of history in those buildings too!

questjester: Congratulations, Skates!

Ramad: Great details along the banks and a good depth in this well taken shot.

4th place
Artist At Work by bfrank

Lightpainter: Interesting idea. The stinger of the bee hints that we should "get the point."

questjester: Wonderful and accurate presentation of an artist's point of view, Frank. I love the bee!

Good luck in the contest!!

icedancer: Amazing creation and work, makes me feel like I'm right there working on the artwork

5th place
Take A Look by jerseygurl

Starglow: Must be a pleasant walk to this deck from the looks of this beautiful shot.

questjester: Congratulations, Laura!

biffobear: That looks War of the Worlds stuff....Or Robbie off the forbidden planet..Good one..R.

Nikoneer: Definitely looks like a great place for a shutter bug to hang out. Marshes and swamps are a haven for a mess of species and subspecies, so are we going to be treated to submissions of birds, bugs and flora native to this area?