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...

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.

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.


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