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Ornate ceilings.

This challenge closed over 3 years ago.

The Challenge

#Please read

This is for all the ornate CEILINGS that you find. Ceilings are inside buildings.

Please do not submit roofs (outside of buildings) no matter how ornate.

The focus is on the ceillings NOT on the room as a whole, in other words, look up.

If the ceilings hold a very special interest (NOT just a loft hatch for example!) then that is what we would like to see!

If you are unsure, have a look at the example image.

Please try to submit works that we have not seen before, certainly ones that have not already won a challenge here.

Judging / Voting Criteria

Please vote for your favourite(s) and remember that every vote counts.

Rewards & Prizes

  1. Bragging rights.
  2. Banner for top 10.
  3. Top 10 featured if they are in the group. 2 (or more if you have not added your work!!) will be featured from the host’s choice.

Please Note: There will be no reminders to add work to the group and the host’s feature decisions will be final.

Additional Information

#Works not added to the group cannot be featured when they end in the top 10. Adding to the group once the challenge is over will be too late. Please add your work to the group as you add it to the challenge! :-)

Cover Image: The Venetian, Macau. by ellismorleyphto

Completed

The Top Ten

stairs to nowhere by carol brandt

stairs to nowhere by carol brandt was voted the most popular entry in this challenge with 8 votes.

  • Novacella Abbey - Bressanone - Italy by sstarlightss
  • The Dome - Leadenhall Market Series - London - HDR by Colin J Williams Photography
  • LOOKING UP - IN SHOWBOAT (#2)  ^ by ctheworld
  • The Dome, Cathedral of St. Isaac of Dalmatia , St Petersburg, Russia by inglesina
  • Parliament Library - Melbourne by Hans Kawitzki
  • look up by Brock Hunter
  • D'Alì again by Antonello Incagnone "incant"
  • Inside the Blue Mosque by Maureen Clark
  • O Is for ...Overhead by Richard Earl

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