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Steve Troletti (Stefano)
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MEMBERS REQUESTED A NEW MORE TECHNICAL CHALLENGE. THIS IS THE NEW CHALLENGE. THE CECIL THE LION CHALLENGE IS STILL IN EFFECT. READ THE BLOG FOR DETAILS. THANKS
I believe that by now we've all heard the story of Cecil the Lion. It's raised a great deal of debate over Trophy Hunting and Wild Life Preservation.
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Week 30 - Numbers: Sequence 
This has not been my best week for this challenge. This is also not one of my better photos, but I love my living room clock and it did the job this week. Always room for improvement, right?! Right  #Photochallenge2015  
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Bear Smith

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WEEK 29:  OUTDOOR PHOTOGRAPHY, LITTER IN NATURE.
I tore down an old barn on my property, there is still a bit of rubble obstructing my view
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Larry Nelson

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2015 CHALLENGE, WEEK 30 – NUMBERS: SEQUENCE
Numbers Sequence Monthly Calendar 1908
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Jeff Edwards

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WEEK 29:  OUTDOOR PHOTOGRAPHY, LITTER IN NATURE.

"What the L?"

Driving along some of the less-traveled roads, I unfortunately come along large items that have simply been abandoned.  To me, this is one of the most egregious forms of litter.  Sometimes it is old appliances like washing machines or refrigerators.  This time, it is a portable sign that looks like it has been in this spot for years.  

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Week 29 Outdoor Photography - Litter in Nature
So I have to tell you, I took a ton of photos for this challenge. I took the typical plastic bottle shots, containers floating in a lake,  wrappers along the road, BUT when I saw THIS in a local park I couldn't resist. This shot tells a tale (gee what could THAT story be) and has a serious message about things that litter can be. No, your eyes are not playing tricks on you. No, this was not a posed shot. Yes, these were just sitting there right near the picnic shelter and parking area. And finally,Yes, that is a pair of ladies/girls panties sitting on top of a wooden post.
This too is, in my opinion, litter in nature. I don't know if panties decompose or if they are harmful to animals but it certainly does nothing for the beauty of our natural environment. Gives a whole new meaning to getting your panties in a bunch, huh?#photochallenge2015
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Paul Skudlarek

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Week 28: Architecture - LIGHT SOURCE

“Behind That Door” — At any age, the wonder of what’s behind that door can be awe-inspiring. A slightly-cracked-open doorway paints a beam of light across the floor.

Canon Rebel T3i (600D), 24mm lens, ISO 100, f/5.6 for 8 sec.

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“Behind That Door” — At any age, the wonder of what’s behind that door can be awe-inspiring. A slightly-cracked-open doorway paints a beam of light across the floor.
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Steve Troletti (Stefano)
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For this challenge try and apply all the techniques we’ve practiced over the year to come up with more than a snapshot, create a striking PHOTOGRAPH that sends a message. Although we usually only ask for a photo, I’d like to see a small paragraph that describes the impact and emotion of your photograph, further adding to the editorial value of this assignment.
As much as some countries may look like a dump when it comes to litter in nature, countries like Switzerland make it hard to find litter at all.
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Larry Nelson

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2015 CHALLENGE, WEEK 28 ARCHITECTURE – LIGHT SOURCE
Sunlight Through The Cracks - Looking From Below.
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2015 CHALLENGE, WEEK 27: OUTDOOR PHOTOGRAPHY – SYMBOLS OF NATIONAL PRIDE

These stairs, built by O'Gorman, are the reason Rivera never heard Frida's arrival and lead to the disastrous scene where Frida caught Diego cheating her with her sister. The blue house is Frida Kahlo's house studio, to the right you can see a glimpse of Diego Rivera's house and both houses communicate by a small bridge in the rooftop. Next to these houses a third house built by O'Gorman stands. The set is a Mexican National Pride. 

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Paul Skudlarek

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PhotoChallenge.org 2015 week 30: Numbers - SEQUENCE

“PC Guardian” — A PC Guardian combination cable lock, connected to my MacBook Pro.

Canon Rebel T3i (600D), 24mm lens, ISO 100, f/10 for 3.2 sec.

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“PC Guardian” — A PC Guardian combination cable lock, connected to my MacBook Pro.
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Bear Smith

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2015 CHALLENGE, WEEK 30 – NUMBERS: SEQUENCE
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Jeff Edwards

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WEEK 30 – NUMBERS: SEQUENCE

Take your pick -- kPa or psi....

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Bear Smith

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Week 28: Architecture - LIGHT SOURCE 
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Steve Troletti (Stefano)
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2015 CHALLENGE, WEEK 30 – NUMBERS: SEQUENCE

Post one original photograph (Your Image) shot each week per theme posted on this blog to Google+, Facebook, or Flickr (or all three). Tag the photo #photochallenge.org or #photochallenge2015.

The shot should be a new shot you took for the current weekly theme, not something from your back catalog or someone else’s image.

The posted image should be a photograph, not a video.

Don’t leave home without your camera. Participating in the 2015 Photo Challenge is fun and easy.
This week for the Numbers theme your challenge is to shoot a sequence of numbers. Try to find at least three numbers in a sequence.  A sequence is numbers that follow each other in order, not just a group of numbers together. The sequence can be any ordered list of numbers. The example above shows a sequence …
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Larry Nelson

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2015 CHALLENGE, WEEK 29 OUTDOOR PHOTOGRAPHY – LITTER IN NATURE
Litter In Trash Bags.
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Why do people litter? Because they have no sense of ownership or they think “someone else will pick it up for me.”
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Paul Skudlarek

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PhotoChallenge.org 2015 week 29: Outdoor Photography - LITTER IN NATURE

“Expended Snack” — I tried walking North Ponds Park in Webster looking for litter for this week’s challenge. I haven’t spent much time here, so I don’t know if it was due to this weekend’s upcoming Waterfront Arts Festival, or if the park is normally very well kept, but there was surprisingly very little litter to be found on the grounds. I did find a little here and there, however, like this candy wrapper.

Canon Rebel T3i (600D), 30mm lens, ISO 100, f/4.0 for 1/25 sec.

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“Expended Snack” — I tried walking North Ponds Park in Webster looking for litter for this week’s challenge. I haven’t spent much time here, so I don’t know if it was due to this weekend’s upcoming Waterfront Arts Festival, or if the park is normally very well kept, but there was surprisingly very little litter to be found on the grounds. I did find a little here and there, however, like this candy wrapper.
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Quincey Deters

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Week 28: Architecture - Light Source
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Week 28: Architecture - Light Source #photochallenge2015
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Week 28: Architecture - Light Source
This one was tough for me, but I captured this architectural beauty this morning as the sunlight peeked through my blinds. There was another shot I liked as well; see it on FB #photochallenge2015  
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Jeff Edwards

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WEEK 28 ARCHITECTURE – LIGHT SOURCE

The stairs in our house.

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