Bits & Pieces?
Happy Tuesday. Here’s a fresh new batch of photography to be judged. I know you can do this before you run to your 10AM meetings, so lets try to get that traffic flowing. This week’s theme is Decay. Here are the entries:
C. Peeling Steel
D. Terracotta Warriors
Photo Showdown 24! Hope you’re ready for it. This week’s contestants are Nick Pipitone, Ben Halpin, Michael Prince, and yours truly. Our theme is Trees. Here are our shots:
A. A Little Color Left
B. As far as the eye can see
D. Look Both Ways
This week I’m more excited than usual to announce the winner of last weeks Photo Showdown XXIII. That would be because this person has not won in the last 21 showdowns, and I have to hear about it every time he hasn’t won, and listen to him complain about how he thinks his photos suck, and how he shouldn’t submit anymore, and I know this is a run-on sentence. So without further exploiting his sensitivity, I’d like to proudly congratulate Mr. Nick Pipitone on his second showdown victory. Photo below.
Next week Nick will defend his win in PSXXIV: Trees. See you then.
In case you aren’t good with roman numerals—yes—this is our 23rd showdown. And just like the rest, it features awesome photos by the gracious contributors of our blog. Last time around Danielle defeated the group and she is going to try do it again with this weeks theme, Texture. Here are our entries:
A. Berry Bumps
B. Each One Unique
D. Last Dandelions
Vote. Share. Repeat. (except the vote part, I guess you can only do that once, but please continue to share)
We have been so busy I almost forgot to announce our winner of the last photo showdown. It shouldn’t be a surprise to anyone since she wins 50% of the time when she is involved (rough estimate). Danielle Fritz takes the crown for PSXII: Old. Congrats!
The final results look like this:
1. Once A Dog – Danielle Fritz, 33.33%
2. Portland – Michael Prince, 31.11%
3. A Journal From Sea – Ben Halpin, 22.22%
4. The Force – Trevor Eiler, 13.33%
Our next competition will be posted next Monday with the theme Texture. See you then.
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