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POTN G-series Speed Challenge 648 - Subject eerie,unusual,myth,urban tale or different

 
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Jul 24, 2017 14:26 |  #1

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I am going to award this weeks 1 st Place to Maureen because she has brought to life an event in history that we in the UK had to imagine .Here the ground ,terrain and headstones are real. 2nd place Jims, I laughed out loud at Jims colourful Easter Bunny eggs bet the children love seeing that 3rd place but not least Teekay the memory and recognition of bravery ,on this week of the 100 years of Passchendaele and just getting back from seeing the Dunkirk film ,so much bravery and sacrifice made there.




  
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Jul 26, 2017 11:06 |  #2

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Jul 28, 2017 11:17 |  #3

Hens Don't Lay Multi-Colored Eggs So the Easter Bunny Must Be Real!
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Jul 28, 2017 14:13 |  #4

What Really Happened at Little Big Horn?

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Jul 31, 2017 12:23 |  #5

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Jul 31, 2017 12:44 |  #6

I was hoping this subject would fire up some peoples imaginations and tales of things they seen ,places visited etc folklores.
I am going to award this weeks 1 st Place to Maureen because she has brought to life an event in history that we in the UK had to imagine .Here the ground ,terrain and headstones are real.
2nd place Jims, I laughed out loud at Jims colourful Easter Bunny eggs :) bet the children love seeing that :)
3rd place but not least Teekay the memory and recognition of bravery ,on this week of the 100 years of Passchendaele and just getting back from seeing the Dunkirk film ,so much bravery and sacrifice made there.

Well done and thanks , take it away Maureen :-)




  
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Jul 31, 2017 15:11 |  #7

Kudos to all. Nice shots. I regret I can't participate in these lately because my G7x is on loan and currently touring India.


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Jul 31, 2017 16:35 |  #8

Trumper, if you look in the background of my photo & see the cluster of green trees, they are growing along the Little Big Horn river where Chief Sitting Bull & Crazy Horse set up camp. The whole area is full of history, headstones, markers & since many soldiers wrote accounts of what happened there, you can listen to recordings of those events & battles on your phone as you travel around the site. It was fascinating.

I will have a new challenge up soon.


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Jul 31, 2017 18:23 |  #9

Congratulations, Maureen, on the perfect shot for this challenging challenge! Like all good photos, it made me think.

That plaque in my shot (which stands in front of a building named after the guy) always makes me feel sad for the family who lost him mere days before the Japanese surrender. The most interesting monument to him is at Onagawa Bay, where local Japanese began a campaign to create a memorial to Gray that was dedicated in 1989. It is believed to be the only memorial on Japanese soil that is dedicated to a foreign soldier.




  
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Jul 31, 2017 22:35 |  #10

New challenge is up. I hope to see a lot of entries this week.:lol:

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Aug 02, 2017 10:51 |  #11

Trumper wrote in post #18415544 (external link)
I was hoping this subject would fire up some peoples imaginations and tales of things they seen ,places visited etc folklores.
I am going to award this weeks 1 st Place to Maureen because she has brought to life an event in history that we in the UK had to imagine .Here the ground ,terrain and headstones are real.
2nd place Jims, I laughed out loud at Jims colourful Easter Bunny eggs :) bet the children love seeing that :)
3rd place but not least Teekay the memory and recognition of bravery ,on this week of the 100 years of Passchendaele and just getting back from seeing the Dunkirk film ,so much bravery and sacrifice made there.

Well done and thanks , take it away Maureen :-)

There is a "haunted" park here in Denver that was built on an old cemetery that I had planned to go shoot, but day-to-day got in the way and didn't make it. I liked the subject, though.


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Aug 03, 2017 09:30 |  #12

Congratulations to Mo and Teekay. Good and most challenging contest Trumper, and my thanks for the second place nod.

My photo was made at our neighborhood annual Easter Egg Hunt. The kids had a blast!


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