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Sunday's snapshot challenge 24th Feb

Thanks again for choosing my photo Sheila.

OK folks. Snap away and I look forward to seeing your shots.


All welcome using any camera or phone with the proviso that pictures are taken in jpeg format
If you want your photo to be judged, put ‘Mine’s in’ before or after the photo.
Photos must be taken within the last 7 days and entered by 8.30pm UK time.
No manipulation of your photos is allowed except for cropping/straightening/de-saturating.
Photos can be changed within 10 minutes of posting (allows for errors).
The results are to be announced by about 21:00. The person placed 1st will set the following day's competition as soon as possible and judge it. If not available pass to 2nd place by 10.00am at the latest.


  • mines in

    a very unusual "HEN"

    taken on Friday in Edinburgh!   His name is Jamie, that's all I know!
  • Mine's in: This bunny decided to ignore the sign to ring the Samaritans and turned round and headed in the dangerous area at the top of the cliffs, I hope he didn't jump.

  • edited February 23
    Hey Mags, we have set the standard for tomorrow, humour all the way?
  • Mine's in....              Taken today.          Oops!

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  • Mine's in. This was taken on the 22nd and it was standing in the middle of a shopping centre - for what purpose I don't know.

  • Mine's in....just finished planting up some spring pots
  • @mastro88
    Jackie, is that one of the magic perpetual motion machines that appears to be filling the bucket continuously, without the bucket ever filling up?  It looks like there's a transparent pipe into the bucket that it sucks water up through, and then runs the water down into the bucket around the outside of the pipe, creating the impression that the pump is always running.
  • edited February 24
    I really don't know Alan. There was nothing there to say why it was on show.
  • Mine`s in...

  • I nearly forgot. I wondered why judging was taking so long.  :D

    What a good set of entries today.

    1st Valerie - a well taken portrait which made me smile. I like the fact that there are 'normal' people in the background completely ignoring the bride-to-be.

    2nd Kathy - a well timed shot. The lady in red seem to be anticipation a bit of a splash.

    Well done everyone else
  • Well done Valerie and Kathy
  • thanks Dipper, and well done Kathy.
  • Well done Valerie and Kathy. Thanks for judging Jonathan.
  • Well done Valerie, funny photo. :D  Thanks for 2nd place and for judging Jonathan.
  • Well done Valerie & Kathy... good shots
    Thanks for judging Jonathan
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