Published by Yvette Depaepe, the 14th of August 2022
'Cloud formations' have a massive impact on the atmosphere and beauty of an image. Weather they are light cirrus clouds or tick and smoky cumulus, a cloudy day is perfect to go out shooting. But keep your camera in hand because clouds move fast. Some spectacular images – composites or real – and some simply beautiful cloudy skies were submitted.
The winners with the most votes in this contest are:
Congratulations to the winners and honourable mentions and thanks to all the participants in the contest 'Cloud formations'
'Numbers' is the currently running theme.
This is a fun challenge. Head out with your camera and search for numbers or subjects that look like numbers. You even can try at home, around your town or much further afield! Take a look at everyday objects and see what numbers you can detect in them or set up your own creation.
This contest will end at midnight on Sunday the 25th of September 2022.
The sooner you upload your submission the more chance you have to gather the most votes.
If you haven't uploaded your photo yet, click here. Good luck to all the participants.
1st place: by Marcel Egger
2nd place : by Klaus Tesching
3rd place: by Abbas Arabzadeh
by Selaru Ovidiu
by Uschi Hermann
by Urs Zimmermann
by Zurab Getsadze
by Thomas de Franzoni
by Stefan Zuser
by Saskia Dingemans
You can see the TOP 50 here.
The contests are open to everybody.
Images pubished or awarded on 1x are allowed.
Michael Echteld PRO
Fabulous collection of images.
Superbe concours avec beaucoup de très belles photos
Toon Maartense PRO
Photo 4and6 are the same,
Arnon Orbach CREW
Beautiful photos, my ccompliments to the winners. Fine clouds gallery
Urs Zimmermann PRO
Congratulations to the winners. But for my 6th place you have published the wrong photo :-)
Yvette Depaepe CREW
Sorry dear Urs !!! It happened by accident. I fixed it now. My apologies once more. Yvette
Anita Singh PRO
Beautiful images, congratulations to all winners
Yvette Depaepe CREW
Congratulations to the winners and honourable mentions and thanks to all the participants. Cheers, Yvette