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    Posted: 05 September 2005 at 10:42
We have our first Hall of Fame entry, with the winner of the first DPC being "Seagulls" by G4hout which got a total of 23 points.
Second, was "Lovely pair" by Tokrot (which may well have fared better with a less cluttered background) and there was a tie for third between "Canadian goose" by Cekari and "Horse Grotesque" by Vevo.
I had intended to use the administrator's right to make an Honourable Mention but on consideration this would be inappropriate for this, our first contest.
Mladen and I would like once again to thank those both those who entered and those who voted.
Sound the trumpets for the winner -- "Seagulls" by G4hout.
 



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Post Options Post Options   Quote brettania Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 05 September 2005 at 10:45
Now we could do with more entries for DPC 2 -- "Holidays".

Unless I hear any strong objections, we will make the following competition "Flowers" -- that's easy, ain't it?

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Gratz G4hout, well done.

Would if I had anything looking like holiday shoots. :)

Season for flowers almost gone here now.. but oki anyway.
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Post Options Post Options   Quote G4hout Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 05 September 2005 at 23:43
well, that's a nice surprise to be the first winner in the dpc contest :)
Thanks all for the votes and.....for the trumpets blowing, I could almost hear them for real :))

regards,
Geertje
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