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Contest Results: Seen better days

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Ended 07/10/13 5:15 PM GMT
Winner: palral (See the full results)


1st place
History in Rubbles #3 by palral

danika: I vote for this one as I like your slightly upward perspective which to me puts more emphasis on the structure. The golden grasses add a nice contrast as well as the sky. Excellent work, Roger.

trixxie17: This is the winner Roger - looks natural with good balance of color throughout.

palral received a 2 month membership in the Caedes Cadre.


2nd place
Seen Better Days by Dunstickin

Marzena: Sounds almost as good as in our good old days when we used to banter one another and had a good laugh, too...
I mean the comments here. I had a good laugh.
And the image is very fine, of course, nevertheless the comments made by our Skitzo are great !
If I could upload any image now, it would have been my portrait. Seen better days would fit it like anything LOL
Myself having spent last 10 years here on Caedes...
SAM & SAAB

Dunstickin received a 1 month membership in the Caedes Cadre.


3rd place
..where old cars go to sleep - part 2 by Zeniac

100k_xle: Great Shot of this Old Clunker. The Rust on this beauty would have made a Killer HDR.

captaindrewi: Something about the rotting car that is so very aesthetically pleasing.
Super.

danika: Excellent contest entry. Love the rusty textures.


4th place
An Old Classic by LakeMichigan

picardroe: WELL CAPTURED.

gonedigital: I like the simplistic design of the old tricycle Marsha, and your photo editing technique is appealing. (o:

rvdb: All good Marsha.

Rob

icedancer: I had one like that, lol. Wonderful find and capture

bfrank: A nice interesting shot and I like your treatment on it. The signs are funny for your trike image such as first gear. I didn't have a tricycle like this but mine was much larger and I had to fight all the other kids off of it because it would go so fast. Wow...that was a while ago back. Nice shooting Marsha.


5th place
From Gold to Dust by LynEve

gonedigital: Certainly looks battered Lyn but a treasured relic indeed, apparently pianos that have been constantly played for a long time wear out, & there's little that can be done to restore them.

icedancer: Super info on this old piano and posting