+martlakes Posted November 1, 2010 Share Posted November 1, 2010 Thanks to Keehotee for judging last month's competition ... and picking my pic! Please get your photos posted to this thread on or before the 30th November. The rules are similar to those used in previous months..... 1) The photo must be cache related and to do with a specific UK cache, caching series or caching trip - please include a link to the cache or the GC.... code so we can see where the picture relates to. 2) Two photos per caching team or cacher. (Maybe 3 if you really have an extra pic that's great!) 3) A new thread is started each month, with the OP stating these rules. 4) The winner each month is decided by the winner from the previous month - the new winner starting the thread for the subsequent month. They may set a theme if they wish. *** 5) Photos should be recent. Higher credit will be given to photos taken in the current month. 6) The competition runs from the 1st of the month, until a date specified in the OP by the previous months winner. This should give sufficient time for the winner (or other person if necessary) to start the new thread. If you haven't already uploaded a photo, a good tip might be to upload to one of your log entries (it can just be 'post a note'). Then, display the photo and copy the URL to provide a link to the post. If it's not actually relevant to the cache you've used, delete the note and the photo - the URL will still work. On this forum, add a reply and click the small green tree icon above the text box and paste in your URL. *** Just to be different, I thought we might have a theme this month. Despite the clocks changing it's still dark until quite late, so the theme for this month is sunrises and early morning light. I've noticed some really good ones recently with a great mix of clouds and sunlight streaming through. So, a good excuse to get out just a bit early and see if you can capture the moment on the way to your first cache of the day. Maybe dramatic clouds, or a quiet misty scene, or even an inversion with a valley full of fog. The first rays of light catching beads of dew on a spider web, or glinting off some water, or a fiery orb just cutting the horizon of black factory roofs. Yes, you can still enter any other good caching pics but ones meeting the theme will have more weight in the judging. Have fun! Quote Link to comment
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