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Yachts and Sailing Vessels (wind powered)

Vessels with Sails (hoisted or bare poles) captured from anywhere & nautical bits captured from a sailing vessel.

Avatar for September 2009

This challenge closed almost 7 years ago.

The Challenge

Ahoy to all Crew, especially those of you that like to have a bit of fun. Welcome to our First Challenge!
’Journey’s End’ is the Avatar for August by Cap’n Gray.
Every Month we would like to change our Avatar. Avatar – What’s that?
When you search for a group every group is also represented by an image which tells you what the group is about.
So don’t submit an image if it doesn’t look nice in your PUBLIC VIEW. What’s that? When in your My Bubble – Overview, you will see a Menu on your Right hand side one is: ‘View your Public Profile’. Click this, then select your lower ‘Art’. If the image meets the following 2 criteria, it will be looked upon favourably by Cap’n Gray and First Mate.
1. If the image looks nice when small before selection and
2. The whole vessel can be seen in this view.
3. Must also match the Theme.
Theme: Yachts

Judging / Voting Criteria

Vote what best meets the following criteria:
1. The image must represent our Title
“Yachts and Sailing Vessels.”
2. Because the image is small it should look nice in the RB Public View.
3. For September: must be a ‘Yacht’

Rewards & Prizes

1. The image will be our Avatar for September.
2. The winner will select a Theme for our Next Avatar Challenge.

Cover Image: Journey's end by Graham Mewburn

Completed

The Top Ten

Sailing Ship in the Dawn   by paolo1955

Sailing Ship in the Dawn by paolo1955 was voted the most popular entry in this challenge with 12 votes.

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  • Pink mood by Evelina Kremsdorf
  • under sail by sharon wingard
  • Sail Boston - American Eagle   by LudaNayvelt
  • HMB Endeavour HDR by Lindsay Woolnough (Oram)
  • Nelson Bay Sunset No 1 by Rosalie Dale
  • Dar Pomorza by EvaMarIza
  • Tall Ships by Catherine Hamilton-Veal  ©
  • lots of boats by dennis wingard

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