Challenge #50:"Sweet Sweet Holidays!"- Winners Chosen

A photo challenge starting January 5th 2009. One image only, normal size restrictions apply (1000 pixel maximum width or height recommended - if vertical we suggest 700 pixels maximum width). No followup images (comparisons) except by those who have not already posted their one image. Discussion welcome - please only repeat images in discussion posts if absolutely essential. Aster has been appointed moderator of this forum in recognition of her commitment to making it great fun. This does not prevent others from setting challenges!

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One image only, normal size restrictions apply (1000 pixel maximum width or height recommended - if vertical we suggest 700 pixels maximum width). No followup images (comparisons) except by those who have not already posted their one image. Discussion welcome - please only repeat images in discussion posts if absolutely essential. Participants should provide basic camera data (body, lens, ISO, mode, exposure over-ride or WB settings), and details of raw processing and subsequent PP.
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Re: Challenge #50:"Sweet Sweet Holidays!" ends 14 January 20

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mvanrheenen wrote:Wow, you've put a lot of work into the Christmas decorations Ken. Don't all the different lights bother you?
Problem is they discontinue and have to get different to get the display bigger every year.
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Heading to 2013
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New Year by Dr. Harout, on Flickr

Wonderland Lights
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Yerevan Downtown by Dr. Harout, on Flickr
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Hi everyone, :)

The winners of Challenge #50 are decided by your votes:

Mark with his photo "Hot Chocolate In Pink!" and Dr. Harout with his photo "Yerevan Downtown/Wonderland lights" are the winners of this challenge.

Congratulations to te both of you and thank you fo rparticipating. :)

Yildiz

Mark's "Hot Chocolate In Pink!"
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Dr. Harout's "Yerevan Downtown/Wonderland Lights"
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Never thought someone would vote for mine! Thanks!

And sweet image from you too Doc! Congratulations!

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I expect from our members to be more active next time.
Congratulations to you to Mark.
And a big thank you to Yildiz.
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How could I forget: thank you Yildiz for yet another creative challenge!

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Dr. Harout wrote:I expect from our members to be more active next time.
Congratulations to you to Mark.
And a big thank you to Yildiz.
mvanrheenen wrote:How could I forget: thank you Yildiz for yet another creative challenge!

Mark
Congratulations, guys! :D

You two have the priority to start a challenge with a brand new idea now....


Thanks,

Yildiz
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Congratulations Mark and Dr Harout! Worthy winners indeed :D And a big thank you to the Challenge host.

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aster wrote:
You two have the priority to start a challenge with a brand new idea now....
Your call Doc!
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Wow, nothing comes to mind. Go ahead Mark.
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Dr. Harout wrote:Wow, nothing comes to mind. Go ahead Mark.
You're not coming of thát easy Doc! :lol:
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Hi guys, :)


My humble suggestion would be to go by a classic topic: Valentine's day.

Who knows, it may prove prolific. :)

Mark? Dr. Harout? See any potential in there?

Yildiz
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Let me think about that. It's surely a classic topic!

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I got all 0's! But glad I was in the running!!!
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