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    Posted: 23 April 2007 at 21:27
A great round, wonderful images.
This time the cogratulation goes to kug_gr   and his "Lucky Seven", somentimes luck plays an important roll.






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We are very proud to announce that this DPC round is
sponsored by Bibble Labs and that the winner of this DPC will be
awarded by a full license of Bibble Pro converter.
It is fair to say that our contacts with Bibble Labs isn't nothing new
since they have kindly provided our admin / moderator groups with
couple of Bibble Pro licenses in the past.
We are very happy that we can give the opportunity to the winner
of this DPC to enjoy this powerful raw converter (personally we
really do consider it among the best converter currently on the
market with some unique features and unsurpassed flexibility that
is available for Windows, Mac and Linux platform).



Our sincere gratitude to Bibble Labs for supporting our little community !
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...and some honorable mentions to:

"Chrysler 360" by Maxxuman


"Drippy seventeen" by Pallep



Thanks all for your participation.

Edited by Kiklop - 23 April 2007 at 21:57
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As usuall a great shots!

Congratts kug_gr!
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Congratulations !!
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YES!!! congratulations.
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congrats!
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Congrats... I once in a lifetime photograph!

Excellent "eye" to catch the "7" at the right time of the day.

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Post Options Post Options   Quote tomcoltrain Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 24 April 2007 at 18:51
Was this great photo taken with the number 7 as the focal point or was it only noticed later after the shot?
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In fact the photo was taken with exactly this in mind. I strolled through the Karnak temple, watching the still quite well conserved hieroglyphs when the 7 hit my eye. I thought that this was quite a perfect 7 and that it would be worth a shot. Now it turns out that this is a winner and I'm really proud of it.
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Post Options Post Options   Quote tomcoltrain Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 24 April 2007 at 20:46
It is amazing that the number 7 which is often thought of as a religious symbol was seen on the wall of a temple where no man had put it.
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Congratulations on a great photo, very well done and a worthy winner!



And a big "thank you" to all of you guys who put your votes on my entry.. :o)
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Congratulations! Excellent shot, a worthy winner indeed!

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Congratulations, a very nice shot.

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I can't decide...nice entry's all around...
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