No, Aggie is not one of last week’s winners! She is subject of this week’s post and the header picture, which I will explain later. First, I’m excited to announce last week’s winners of the Special Challenge from the post, Story Photo: Walled Garden.
I randomly drew two names from the participants. I thank both of them for participating and encourage you to check out what they wrote. Without further adieu, here they are:
Linda, From Roses to Rainbows
Tina Lane, (Florida) Girl with a New Life.
Linda is a wonderful writer. I always enjoy her “take” on the Story Photo Challenges. Tina is new to my site. I hope you will welcome her and tell her how much work fun it is to visit my site:~)
Okay, it’s Aggie Time! This is your last chance to help me find the photos for the photography contest I’m entering. You may remember in Story Photo: You Be the Judge I told you about this contest featuring cat photographs.
At that time, I had you “judge” some of my photos of Aggie. The three most popular pictures, in priority order, from that post were Pictures 4, 2 and 3. Today’s header features the picture that received the most votes.
If I win a spot, my photograph will be part of an exhibit displayed in May. The contest is open to all photographers, amateur and professional and there can only be three submissions by each photographer.
So, I turn to you again, my blogging friends, to ask you to help pick three more photos. I want to choose my final three from the ones you’ve help me select.
Today, I’m giving you a selection of five new photos to judge (to enlarge the photo, click on it). Your challenge is to pick out your top three photographs and put them in order, with your favorite first. Consider the following questions when selecting your top three photographs:
- Which photographs pop out at you and grab your attention?
- Are the photographs interesting, not too busy and balanced in the frame?
- Are the photographs clear, the colors good and the lighting not too light or too dark?
You can explain your top choices, but it’s not necessary. If you don’t like any of the photos, just put NONE in the comment box. I promise not be offended, but I will sob and tear my hair out in frustration. Fortunately, as I have no video at my site, you will not have to witness this:~)
I appreciate your help with this, as does Aggie. I must admit she’s grown annoyed at being my photography subject. I didn’t know how annoyed she was until I took this picture of her paws recently and noticed something odd about her middle toe.
NO! Aggie wouldn’t do that! Would she? Than again, you never know with cats:~)