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Old Apr 28, 2008, 3:09 AM   #61
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Rock found just outside a marble quarry in southern Nevada.
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Old Apr 28, 2008, 9:58 AM   #62
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Old Apr 29, 2008, 11:07 AM   #63
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Well.. My favorites within this topic are a portrait of an old woman by Glenn, then the Penolta's plant texture shot and the door by Kjell.. since the door subject is one of my faves too..

And I could go on with this list actually.. All the images are rich in texture.. lovely collection indeed!

Looking forward to see the conclusion.. should be a hard job..

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Old May 1, 2008, 10:17 PM   #64
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Shall we vote?

This was difficult. So many entries screamed texture. I had to narrow my choice from 12 to 5 and finally to 3 and then pick my favorite. My three favorites were: Trojansoc's bus window, Glenn's older women and Dennis's Tea Rose. I finally settled on the Tea Rose by Dennis as my choice.

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Old May 1, 2008, 11:27 PM   #65
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Whether a baby's skin or weathered wood, this month's challenge should be of images that are almost palpable!
Lots of good ones, from hairy bugs to weathered faces, dewy roses to sculptured rocks, but for me, it is Ed's fuzzy mushroom, hands down.Unique. Can't youjust feel it?






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I'm with Penolta here, loads of good pictures here but Ed's mushroom stands out even in this high level lot. So my vote is for Ed's mushroom.

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Difficult choices amongst the entries. I like Trojansoc's window and Glenn's portrait particularly.

Likely Glenn has cropped that image further. That works and the image stands out. My votes goes to Glenn

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Old May 2, 2008, 5:20 AM   #68
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There are a lot of excellent shots to choose from, but being a wood worker, I really like the patterns of Patty's cross cut stump.

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There are a lot of excellent shots to choose from, but being a wood worker, I really like the patterns of Patty's cross cut stump.

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My vote goes to Patty's Stump Also

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My vote goes to Lyrics51 (Glenn's) face. It's not just the texture that did it for me, it's that combined with the lighting, color, composition.

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