Poll 1 **April Photography Contest** Voting has ended
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The Theme is Flowers and Foliage in Black and White.
Voting will last four days. The finals will be posted Friday. Hope you enjoy the entries.
Links to poll 2 & 3
poll 2 http://www.democraticunderground.com/10024851410
poll 3 http://www.democraticunderground.com/10024851402
1. Some things you have to see in black and white
2. Tres Rosas Rojas
3. Outside In
5. Dogwood Delight
7. Buds Are Back
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Disclaimer: This is an Internet poll
I live in Lexington Ky, and basketball is king. What the university wants, it gets.
Record the meeting, take notes of the meeting, Facebook the fact you are at the meeting, FB and twitter if they actually make news, and shoot manual? No, cannot do all that. I barely do the rest, and I thank the gods for that recorder... or I would only be able to take notes.
Funding and priorities have brought out the activist.
Serious, I am on a first name basis with the floor manager. He has two kids, we have two birds, we laugh.
Ok, when we had the Filner scandal we even had NATIONAL press from as far as New York show up in this culdesac, and get most of it wrong.
and community colleges up the ying yang and a few smaller private colleges. You'd think
activist base. They are here by choice, not birth.
Henry Faulkner, Sweet Evening Breeze, Bradley Picklesimer, and Henry Earl are some that have gain fame, fortune, and good paying jobs.
Henry Earl. He's Number 1!
Sweet Evening Breeze
Reputed to have been Tennessee Williams' lover.
Because they are the underdog in the plant world...and don't bloom all that often.
I'm not good with black & white. Not so good at photographing plants either for that matter, so I didn't submit an entry. Now that I see the competition, it's just as well.
Such talented photographers! I love this theme - it's hard to choose a winner from each group.