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I took this picture but it was hard to take because it was a close up.
To get it clear i had to use flower.
Good Luck to all who enter the competition
Great shot really shows the advance in communication.
Good luck today!
Well done! Great shot and well lined up. The black and white works well.
Good shot, I like the three letters you have taken''Try''. Good thinking for a competition entry.
Quote: To get it clear i had to use flower.
I do not understand this
Could someone please explain ?
I had to use a opition that
is made for flowers
i mean option
Thank you loiz.
I now understand
I do not have that on my camera but I think it is the setting for "close ups" ( which this shot is) or "macro"
hi lolz great pic having a great hol
Here are the results:-
1st RhysHerbertPhotography - made us smile, also gets across that modern communication isn't quite so "instant" as we want it to be.
2nd Jonah - a simple but effective illustration of the most basic of human interaction.
3rd Bethan - just had to reward the amount of work that has gone into producing this image. Totally "out of the box" and extremely effective.
4th Woolyback - You can almost hear him calling for his harem!
5th Littlejennywren - a great example of how we rely on technology to communicate today.
6th Motorsportpictures - an intimate moment captured well.
7th Kane - loved the way that the phone box looks unused.
8th Scotyboy - just how folks have been communicating for donkey's years.
9th - Bexi_l - Another "off the wall" interpretation - - great originality.
Timothy - we liked the write-up here, reminds us that communication isn't just down to us mammals.
Dancingqueen - another fine example of other ways to communicate rather than by speech.
Kweilin - great idea - - really loved the idea of using communication to get us out of trouble.
monkeygirl - made us smile - difficult to resist this sort of communication - bet he got what he wanted!
Wilmot - concentrated well on the fact we can communicate even with a barrier, in this case his helmet.
lolz - again, a good example of the various non-speaking communication we use today - loved the letters used.
Eloise - we loved the tearful face - - makes you realise that not all communication is what we want to hear.
marco_devalle1 - a lovely image, again thinking "out of the box".
Aaron - a great example of how all that non-verbal communication gets from one place to the other.
Hannah - loved the finger about to hit the dial - good close-up too.
Tamar - another "of the wall" image - - literally! Great interpretation of the theme - - we do communicate by the written word, and have done for thousands of years!
Abbi - - love the expression on Rebecca's face, and who hasn't made a can & string "telephone".
James - another great example of how much hardware we need in order to communicate these days!
Sebastian - a fitting reminder of how communication by tv all got started.
Gabriel - another one that made us smile, us parents know this type of communication really well!
Gina - Another great example of the different ways we communicate,, and a good one, considering we are all members of a photographic site.
Kai - - we loved the "communication" on her shorts -well seen.
Aryan - another great example of communication in the natural world.
Connor - another one that made us smile - and they would certainly have to communicate well to get the most out of the challenge.
Steven - a great portrait bet he's communicating that he would like to go and catch his supper.
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