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Your May 'Landscapes' contest entries

Posted by Teresa Hanafin  June 2, 2010 08:00 AM

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This month, you submitted 270 gorgeous landscape photos for our contest; we've now finished putting them into six full-screen galleries so everyone can page through easily and see them in all their glory. There are some that are borderline sea/lake/pondscapes, despite what the rules said, but I'll let the judge decide if they qualify. (More on the judge later.)

Please look through the galleries, linked below, to make sure your photo is included. If it's not, check Flickr's contest tags search here to make sure your photo is in the bunch. (By the way, about two dozen of you didn't put the s at the end of the "landscapes" tag; your photos are here and have been included in our galleries.)

If you see your photo in the Flickr search but not in our galleries, it's because you entered more than one photo into the contest. If you don't see your photo either place, check your contest tags and then write to us at We won't be checking the Flickr search anymore, so if you fix your tags, we won't know our photo is there unless you tell us.

Gallery 1 | Gallery 2 | Gallery 3 | Gallery 4 | Gallery 5 | Gallery 6

Our June contest is now open; the theme is "Lines and Curves." Read more here.

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