SHAPES and PATTERNS - Only 1 per Day

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patterns with CRACKS

This challenge closed over 5 years ago.

The Challenge

Show us an image displaying patterns with CRACKS

  1. To break or snap apart or to partial split or break
  2. Either in natural form or fabricated artificially

Simple RULES – please read them.

  1. Subject & Element of your choice
  2. NOT lines NOT curves . It’s all about CRACKS
  3. Subject must take up more than 50% of your frame
  4. We’ll accept digitally manipulated imagesie: photoshop
  5. NO Nudity
  6. NO Digitally added TEXT
  7. High Quality images please

Judging / Voting Criteria

  1. Vote for your Favourite (s)

Rewards & Prizes

  1. Winning artist (s) will be featured
  2. Top Ten finalists will receive a group Banner

Additional Information

  1. Our challenges are about having FUN & further promoting your work.
  2. Soliciting of votes via bmail, journal or any other form on this site will result in the removal of challenge entry
  3. You NO LONGER have to submit your image into the group before entering the challenge
  4. please take the time to visit the folio of Bruce Halliburton
  5. Challenge by maria moro

Cover Image: Cracking Up by Bruce Halliburton


The Top Ten

Rusty Grange Drive by richman

Rusty Grange Drive by richman was voted the most popular entry in this challenge with 9 votes.

  • Racing Rock - Death Valley by Inge Johnsson
  • Antarctic Dawn by Kathie Nichols
  • Mission Wall by Jing3011
  • Dry Earth at Waters Edge - Lilydale Lake by Ben  Cadwallader
  • Paint Chips by Sydney Piper
  • Beyond Hope by Mieke Boynton
  • Rose Petal Peelings by Susana Weber
  • Cracked by Jay Taylor
  • Wake Up And Smell the Misery by Evelina Kremsdorf

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