Thank you all for playing this month with the February Photo Contest, there were some incredible entries ranging from ridiculously cute to deeply thought provoking. The unique nature of this contest is that it usually has only one judge, this month it's me. That means I get to pick a winner that matches my particular biases and aesthetic preferences. I doesn't mean that if you are not the winner that your photo must lack something or is in some way less important. One of my biases is "less is more", meaning I like clean, uncluttered, simply framed pictures that are almost zen-like in that they have enough room for your imagination to play within them.
Here are the five finalists: InsideOut, az-streamer, nilesrob, Hittenstiehl, RangerJay
Wow! What a surprise…I didn't think I'd have a chance with all the other great entries this month…thanks Sheridan! I'm especially excited about the "prize" as I'm sorry to have missed your presentation at the Vintage Trailer Academy last year…I heard for several it was GREAT!
I'm glad to see you got "my take" on the black hole photo.
Dang, now I have to come up with a theme for March….hmmm, thinking……
I'll post a new thread shortly ~
Vintage Airstream Club - Past President 2007/2008
WBCCI #1824 - DenCO Unit Past President (2005)
AIR #30 - Join Date: 2-25-2002
Sheridan thanks for running a great photo contest. It was fun to see all the great entries. Thanks also for picking us as a top 5, you made my day as that may be as close as I ever get. Insideout your photo is FANTASTIC and was my favorite also. Looking forward to March photos.
Thank you, HittenstiehlI loved your photo and actually tried to encourage folks to use extreme close ups (post #45) but you were the only one that did. When I look at the "knob" I think, what does that operate and how. Do you push it, turn it, to do what? How many years did it take to grow that fine patina? Call me crazy but I'm fascinated by that picture.