CONTEST: Write Your Own Title For This Quirky Image

David McMahon

Melbourne, Australia

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Here’s the challenge: You can write your own title for this shot. It can be funny, punny, quirky, poignant, reflective, historical, hysterical – anything you like.

All you have to do to enter is submit your title as a comment here.

Yes, you can enter as many times as you want, on as many days as you want. You can keep coming back, looking at other people’s titles and keep adding your own. The contest will close at midday (Melbourne time) on Wednesday 23 February, which is 3am Friday in London and 10pm Thursday in New York.

There’s only one rule: no profanity. Have fun …. I’m throwing the gauntlet down NOW!

Just for the record, this image was shot on a warm, hazy afternoon at the Alexandra Gardens in Melbourne in March 2007.

I do not crop, enhance or post-edit my images in any way. Shot with a Pentax K100D, using a Sigma 18-125mm lens. F9.5, 1/350 sec, ISO 200, focal length 38mm.

Featured in ALL ABOUT FINDING THE UNUSUAL IN THE USUAL, March 2011.

AND HERE ARE THE RESULTS:

In ninth place we have LittleHalfWings with ``Drink me.’’

In eighth place we have Betty Mackey with ``Snow White stuck me here.’’

In seventh place we have Ellis Morley Photography with ``If Alice stopped with the pot already, she would realise that this wonderful land was merely Manhattan and that the red and black things chasing her were squirrels.’’

In sixth place we have Dedmanshootn with ``A completely potted Alice, to mask her growing dependency problem, invents Wonderland and a cast of characters designed to justify her actions.’’

In fifth place we have Leah Wilson with ``The Mad Hatter’s parties are a lot bigger these days.’’

In fourth place we have Woodie with ``I’ll have to pour over this one!!!’’

In third place we have Judi Rustage with ``The Queen of Hearts played her ultimate trick and turned Alice into a teapot.’’

In second place we have Ranald with ``Po(s)t modernism reaches Alice Springs.’’

AND THE WINNER IS:

Robyn Carter with ``Do you like my love handles, asks Alice.’’

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