Contest Results: Vintage / Antique

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Ended 01/08/15 11:15 PM GMT
Winner: Jimbobedsel (See the full results)

1st place
Afternoon Drive by Jimbobedsel

jerseygurl: Another place - another time - looking back on a sentimental journey. The bridge - the car - the B&W effect - a great entry for the contest!!! Nice work JimBob:-):-):-)

corngrowth: Congrats Jimbob for winning the Vintage/Antique contest.

Jimbobedsel received a 2 month membership in the Caedes Cadre.

2nd place
Vintage Valentines by trixxie17

corngrowth: Congrats Kathy for your 2nd place in the the Vintage/Antique contest.

Jimbobedsel: Congrats on the 2nd place, Kathy. I really liked your entry.

Constance52347: Gorgeous cards! So much work used to go into Valentines that they were really works of art. I notice that forget-me-nots are prominent on each card carrying their own message.

I love the bright colors, the 3D look, the lace and flower arrangement as a background. This is a really lovely presentation.

trixxie17 received a 1 month membership in the Caedes Cadre.

3rd place
Fire Engine Red by jerseygurl

GIGIBL: Wow a lovely fire engine truck well captured.

Ramad: Well done and congrats Laura on securing 3rd place in the contest.

Jimbobedsel: That is an outstanding shot of that beautiful vintage Fire Truck. Bold colors and crystal clear. A great entry for the contest! Nice work, Laura.

4th place
Beer Wagon by 0930_23

stylo: great angle shot on this one Tick..gots that wrap around look as if they hired ya for advertizing..can we drink a couple while on the job? i'll buy!

GIGIBL: Excellent shot Tick well captured.

Nikoneer: My barely suppressed OCD causes me to count and arrive at a total of 189 cases carried by this beauty. That's a lotta hangovers! An excellent shot, Ron, but, if it had been mine I would have masked it out in Photoshop and placed int in a photo of my driveway where, honestly, it really belong... with full cases of course.


5th place
Vintage Beamish! by Dunstickin

Jhihmoac: I like the "olde tyme" colour/hue assignment you've given this 'un, mate....Faved....

gizmo1: I love the fitter effect you applied to this photo it give you the feeling it very old photography of the times and again nice detail and very interesting photography too.Plus the angle you took the photo from was superb too.