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November Challenge - Water


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Hi everybody!


I have decided that November's challenge will be Water - a broad topic, but one which everyone should have access to, and images of!

Usual rules - up to three images per competitor; must be images for sale on Alamy; Competition closes at midnight on thursday November 30th.


Here's some ideas to be going on with; Looking forward to seeing your submissions! Good luck!














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Not as many as Gen but 6 pages of water tagged photos. 


Here are three.


A hot day at a Hershey, Pennsylvania water park




A surfer dude in Santa Cruz, California




A jellyfish exhibit at the Monterey Bay Aquarium



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Here is my contribution.



Waves breaking against sea wall at Ness point Englands most easterly point Lowestoft Suffolk




Mute swan on water in field drain 




Two men and two boys enjoying rough sea breakers Bridlington beach East Yorkshire 






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3 from me.


Like Gen I have one from Wyadup Rocks in Western Australia




Large wave breaking at sunrise at Prevelly Beach near Margaret River, Western Australia




Long exposure capturing water movement at dusk, North Cottesloe Beach, Perth, Western Australia



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3 hours ago, Jeffrey Isaac Greenberg said:

PS. if leveling horizon violates "spirit" of thread, then I shall delete me post...
(the tilt annoys me too much to post "as is")


I like to think of your posts as slightly off-kilter, dear Jeff, but if you want straight horizons I will back you.  I treat the challenge as a chance to put up some favorite images. It is all our own creation so you can do as you wish.



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Congratulations on the win Doc, well done.

And great new topic.

Here come my three:


Shadow against a wall, of a young girl drinking water from a plastic bottle. 




An ant drinking in a water feature made of bamboo in Kyoto, Japan




Mangrove and mangrove roots at low tide, at Casuarina Beach near Darwin, Northern Territory, Australia



And that is it for me.

Good luck all.


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