Bits & Pieces?
The winning shot below belongs to Mr. Ben Halpin. He reeled in nearly 50% of the votes last week, stopping Danielle from earning her third win in a row. The record stands at at two—for now. Congrats, Ben.
Official Results of PS XVIII:
1. A New Discovery, Ben Halpin – 47.06%
2. Wild Plumage, Jen Kuhn – 27.94%
3. Rawr!, Sue Spaight – 16.18%
4. Giddy Frolicking, Danielle Fritz – 8.82%
Next week’s competition will be on the theme Shadows. See you Monday.
I’m back from vacation, so I apologize for not reporting to you last week that Danielle has done it again. She overcame the competition and won her 2nd Photo Showdown in a row with her photo, Joyful Fountain. She could be the first contestant in history to win three in a row if she can do it again this week. She faces off against Ben, Jen, and Sue in this week’s theme–Wild. Here are their photos:
This weeks competing photography enthusiasts are Danielle Fritz, Sue Spaight, Jen Kuhn, and Benjamin Halpin (who is defending his latest victory). The theme is Humanity, and it’s up to you to decide who has captured it best.
Always Greener is the winner. This beautiful shot below was taken by Ben Halpin, who moves on to defend his title next week with the theme “Humanity”.
1. Always Greener, Ben Halpin – 34.55%
2. CHARCHAR, Micheal Prince – 30.91%
3. This Is My Serious Face, Trevor Eiler – 20%
4. Jon Lester, Yankee Stadium, Nick Pipitone – 14.55%
See you next week.
It’s finally is starting to feel like summer again, and that’s why we chose the theme “Green” for this weeks contest. Also, this week it just so happens to be a battle between our male photographers; Michael Prince, Nick Pipitone, Ben Halpin, and myself. Only one of us will make to defend our win against the ladies next week, and here are our photos.
Please share, and thanks for voting!
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