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tmpchaos
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Bi-Weekly Contest, weeks 14/15

Since the poll is running in favor of deciding the contest as a poll, we'll keep it that way...for now.

I want to expand it to two weeks, though, to get more entries, and allow more voting time. I'm going to try to get the voting set up Friday morning, and have it run through Sunday aftermoon.

Last week's winner was fredus See Profile, with his buddy the soccer player.

This weeks contest? Hell, let's go for Macros again...always an interesting one.

The rules:

Limit one entry per person, per contest.

Discussion is discouraged. (though that doesn't stop the creation of a 'companion' thread, for that purpose).

Remember that the picture will be reduced to 200 wide x140 high.



--
the large print giveth, and the small print taketh away

***ATMFAQ**DIFAQ***

[text was edited by author 2003-06-08 17:07:35]



wingspar
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join:2002-11-09
Oregon

said by tmpchaos:
I want to expand it to two weeks, though, to get more entries, and allow more voting time.

The rules:

Limit one entry per person, per week.



Does this mean we can enter two photos? Just not both in the same week?
--
Gary
Will Fly for Food


sillzez
Sunkissed Shelly
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Schwenksville, PA

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macro of my hedgehog's quills


tmpchaos
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reply to wingspar

said by wingspar:
The rules:

Limit one entry per person, per week.



Does this mean we can enter two photos? Just not both in the same week?

No, and it's been corrected. It's these late night postings...
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the large print giveth, and the small print taketh away
***ATMFAQ**DIFAQ***


mikeky
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join:2001-12-07
Kentucky

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Semi-macro.


AlgoAsi
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2 recommendations

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Mexican Evening Primrose


Sc0tt
Kneedragger
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Stockholm, NJ

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OLYMPUS E-20,E-20N,E-20P
36mm 1/125th F2.4 ISO80

this little guy couldn't have been even 1/4". it was rough trying to get the little guy to sit still long enough for me to snap a shot LOL.


tiggerstales
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join:2000-08-25
B'ham, Al.
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My boy.


MacGyver
Don't Waste Your Energy
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Took this shot on a breakwater in the Ottawa river. There must have been thousands of spiders living in between the rocks. This one managed to stay still long enough for me to take its picture.

EDIT: This has been identified as a wolf spider. There are thousands of species of wolf spiders in North America. See discussion here: »Bi-Weekly Contest, weeks 14/15 Companion Thread
[text was edited by author 2003-06-10 07:04:18]


GM85
Click, Click

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London, ON
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Canon EOS 10D
85mm 1/10th F4.5 ISO100

From my Canon EOS-10D... Got it as my Grad Present.

It is of a fake rose my teacher has on his desk.


Fr0zen

join:2002-10-22
Chicago, IL
reply to tmpchaos

Mcgyver that thing looks dangerous IMO what kinda spider was it ?



overhill
Judd
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Miami, FL

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Catch of the day...Ladybug on a gently sloping corn leaf...:)


tmpchaos
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NIKON E995
20mm 1/126th F4 ISO100

Couldn't push things too far, as I didn't have my linen tester with me. This is reduced to 33%, and I decided to rotate it.
[text was edited by author 2003-06-10 09:28:56]


Paula
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This seems to be the week for bugs.:D


Valdi

join:2002-12-02
UK

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Procrastination....
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Have a nICE day! ©


climbers
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A wasp sitting on a water lilly pad, drinking from a pond. I only had one chance at this shot before the wasp flew away. I wish I'd gotten a little more of its reflection in the water, and a not so much of its shadow.

Details: Olympus C-2100UZ with a +1 diopter close-up lens.

--
To make a long story short...don't tell it!





[text was edited by author 2003-06-10 15:35:06]


timcuth
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NIKON E4500
21mm 1/243th F5.1 ISO100

A flower at the zoo


dbarber

join:2000-07-25
West Chester, PA
reply to Valdi

said by Valdi:
Procrastination....

Uh..., do you mean proCREATION?
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DSLDUDE6
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EASTMAN KODAK LS443 ZOOM DIGITAL CAMERA
21mm 1/250th F4.7

Macro with my LS443 Kodak digital. This had to have been the most tolerant dragonfly ever. We shot about 40-50 shot of him/her...
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shaner
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Calgary, AB

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EASTMAN KODAK DX4330 DIGITAL CAMERA
8mm 1/500th F4.8

"The bunny,
the bunny,
whoa, I caught the bunny."


Valdi

join:2002-12-02
UK
reply to dbarber

said by dbarber:
said by Valdi:
Procrastination....

Uh..., do you mean proCREATION?

Ok, then we'll call it procreation....
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Have a nICE day! ©


Hayward
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Key West, FL
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FUJIFILM FinePix S602 ZOOM
7.8mm 1/80th F2.8 ISO200


FUJIFILM FinePix S602 ZOOM
7.8mm 1/90th F2.8 ISO200

  
Each red flower is about 1/8" or less
Shot with Fuji S602 in super macro mode.
0.3 ft - 2.6 ft (Macro)
0.4" - 7.9" (Super Macro)

Second image is just for scale. As would be seen squatting looking at the plant.

--
»haywardm.com (Hayward's Key West)

[text was edited by author 2003-06-12 05:37:47]


emmpeethree
Twizzling Flagella
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Richmond, BC

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Canon PowerShot G2
7mm 1/320th F2

Before my G2 fell off the room of the truck when making a turn...

WrathOfTux

join:2003-04-10
Reno, NV

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fauzt0
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New London, CT
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SONY CYBERSHOT
8mm 1/286th F5.6 ISO100

Stick o ram...


NJChris
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Pompton Lakes, NJ
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SONY CYBERSHOT
7mm 1/30th F2 ISO100

Here's my first pic to this forum. (also put it on the gallery).
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I know you're talking, but all I hear is Blah Blah Blah...


Sober
Just Say No
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Crack House
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Canon PowerShot A40
5.4mm 1/400th F2.8

Pond Macro.


mwallace0
What?

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Hicksville, NY

8 recommendations

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OLYMPUS C4100Z,C4000Z
9.1mm 1/100th F2.8 ISO100

Tree Frog


35375105
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127.0.0.1
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Canon PowerShot A70
5.4mm 1/4th F2.8

A closeup shot of the LCD cover on my camera.


HeyDriver
No.2 Fuel Oil Rules
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Telford, PA
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FUJIFILM FinePix 3800
6mm 1/60th F8.2 ISO100

Here's my entry for this week. I titled it "whatthe" as I don't know what type of flower it is. I took this with my brand new Fuji Finepix 3800.
Walt.
--
Behind every bouncing ball is a running child.