This is the place to submit and vote on photos for the week of 7 November to be featured on the main site. This contest should showcase your best quality work, demonstrating at least moderate skill with a camera and a general understanding of the artistic aspects of photography. Remember, the selected photo will be displayed on our main site header for a week. Submit something that you and the members of our site will want to look at and admire for seven days! This contest is for the community to choose what they LIKE (not what they dislike), with the most liked being displayed on the main site header for a week.

.: Voting Closes on Nov 6th at 11:59pm EDT (UTC-4) :.

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    Interesting. What is it? (You have the most abstract work! :D)
    – jrista
    Nov 2, 2011 at 3:20
  • @jrista It's the hood of a vintage Chevy truck. :)
    – jaxxon
    Nov 2, 2011 at 3:45

Endless Wait

Endless wait

Villages in India have custom to take shoes off before entering home. I found a lonely pair of shoes outside a shut door waiting for its owner.

Large on Flickr

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    I like the mood.
    – jrista
    Nov 2, 2011 at 3:21

Crown of Thorns


Sainte-Chapelle - Paris France

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  • HDR or just a straight long exposure? Nov 1, 2011 at 9:04
  • HDR I believe!! Nov 1, 2011 at 12:14
  • It was three images taken at 10mm, handheld, at 1/4, 1/15, 1/60th. The most impressive interior of a church I have or likely will ever see. It blows your mind to see it in person.
    – dpollitt
    Nov 1, 2011 at 14:53
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    It is indeed quite impressive. Damn good HDR job too...not an artifact to be seen, and tonality is great!
    – jrista
    Nov 2, 2011 at 3:22
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    Please submit this again sometime - I'd love to see it on the front page.
    – Martha
    Nov 8, 2011 at 18:40

Jewellery Box

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Taken with a reversed 50mm Ricoh (manual) lens. Larger version here.


Scales of a building

Scales of a building

This is a photo of the facade of a new building which is an extent of the Lisbon's Oceanarium at Park of the Nations. It resembles the scales of a fish.

Just to make it clear, this is a real photo and not a computer generated image. Check this other two photos where you can see the entire building. overview | inside view ;)


Shot after sunset

Spooky monotones

Shot after sunset with visitors leaving the place. Thought of including the lady in this long exposure shot to create spooky effect. The rocks and the sea contrasted each other well and hence the monotones.

Place : Bandstand, Bandra, Mumbai, India

Full resolution on Flickr

Exposure settings :

Exposure 10 seconds

Aperture f/6.3

Focal Length 18 mm

ISO Speed 100


Fallen Corn

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Those shoes sure shine

Those shoes sure shine

I went to visit a friend and couldn't look past those shoes on a shelf. Turns out that's exactly how she had bought them.

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