Saturday, October 23, 2010

WINNERS OF SILHOUETTES

The hardest part of this particular theme was spelling it. We had 47 members attending with 28 pictures posted and 128 votes cast even with Facebook being an all time major brat this week. Thanks to all participants for enduring the glitches.

FIRST PLACE

Angus Eating Thistle by Scott Michael Anna

SECOND PLACE

Sunrise Seaoats by Monica Griffey

THIRD PLACE

Sunset at Croatian National Forest by Andy Laighleis

HONORABLE MENTION

Bonfire by John Pupparo

BEST OF THEME

Best of theme is generally picked by the winning photographer that chose the theme.
Fran Bareikis Pulli, winner of Happiness, chose "Sunset at Croatan National Forest" by Andy Laighleis. "Andy's photo is unique in color simplicity and bountiful in silhouettes. I was immediately drawn into the theme and I could almost feel the warmth around the silhouettes. This photo has life." 

Sunset at Croatian National Forest by Andy Laighleis

1 comment:

  1. GAMMABLIXT


    SLEEPLESS IN SEATTLE

    There's much in the world that you can't explain.
    It's revealed for you to remember
    by the whispering voice of a distant train
    or a midnight rain in november.

    Horizon within! You can always find
    the keys to Enigma. Let's mention
    one basic Truth: of spirited Mind
    is Nature naught but extension.

    Internal expanses! In dreams, ridden
    by fear and longing you roam
    that deep Southeast in your soul hidden
    ...on your random journey back home.

    ---

    As a native Swede, I am particularly proud of my love poetry suite Sonnets for Katie.

    My Poems

    *

    La présence; un coup de vie morte? non, ce n'est qu'être. Et puis pour l'errante fenêtre: étant vue la nuit, dans tous le coins des rues de la veille la même étoile.

    *

    Poétudes

    *

    Schwarzez birne!
    Aufforderung zur Erotik.

    Fremde Gedichte

    *

    En el archipielágo del mundo
    los recursos son concentrados,

    algunos barcos azulos
    partieron para la isla más azula.

    Uno grito bajo la mesa
    vuelca uno cantaro;

    visitantes paran
    en preguntas silenciosas –

    el anacrusa de una tromba
    remolinea en la biblioteca.

    My Spanish Poetry

    *

    My Laptop Wallpaper Art

    CHALLENGE again. I say: generally, e=mc(n-1) for the n-dimensional room. I say this is close to self-evident.You think not? Then prove the contrary!

    Windor Mirrow


    And: reciprocity: for mutual benefit, you will do me a favor promoting your own blog on mine!

    The best way to do it is lining up as a Follower, since then your icon will advertise you indefinitely, and I will follow you in return. Let's forge a mighty alliance of synergy and common interest.

    Yours,

    - Peter Ingestad, Sweden

    ReplyDelete