All About Water! (Closed For Submissions Until October 12, 2014)

Love the look of water, from the roar of the waves to the stillness of a raindrop, than this the the group for you!

Your Very Best Work! (must read instructions)

This challenge closed about 5 years ago.

The Challenge

Select the very best water photo you ever took, or ever created!

*Enter your image into the challenge first, then enter it into the group! You should do that both at the same time for I will only be accepting challenge images into the group – all other images will be rejected from group. (Sorry, but this is the only way i can make this challenge manageable!)

Images MUST follow group guidlines!

IMPORTANT: If your work has been entered in the group previously, please remove it, and resend it for submission.

Judging / Voting Criteria

Vote for your favorite image/s!

Rewards & Prizes

The winner of this challenge will receive a beautiful banner, and a 12 image feature on our front page for one week!!

The Top 10 will receive a feature banner, and their image featured AFTER the winner’s features have been completed.

Additional Information

You MUST enter the image into the challenge first, and then the goup. (This can be/should be done at the same time.)

NO other images will be accepted into the group during this challenge.

If you are the winner, please make sure to send me your other 11 images by marking them somewhere in the title that this is for the challenge winning feature (title can be changed back to normal once featured)

Cover Image: The Red Boat by Peter Hammer


The Top Ten

The Angry Sea - Roker Pier Sunderland by Morag Bates

The Angry Sea - Roker Pier Sunderland by Morag Bates was voted the most popular entry in this challenge with 12 votes.

  • Before Sunrise by Adri  Padmos
  • Crashing Waves by Barry Goble
  • Pearls in autumn by Hans Bax
  • Willy Lott's Cottage by Nigel Bangert
  • Growing by Tim Wright
  • Storm Over Albany by Eve Parry
  • Dew in the Morning by aprilann
  • A Place to Dream by Linda Woodward
  • Sweetwater Cascading by Paul Moore

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