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Competition Result IOTW Winner for Week Ending 26/11/2012

Roger S

Crazy Canuck
After poring through all the great images posted this week, I have chosen "Pair Of Swans" posted by mickv. It's well composed, well handled, and shows off the talent of the photographer.

Congratulations Mick.

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Showing up on my short list were Making A Splash by suvvers, A swan shot by Flyer, and Jen's lighthouse shot.

Congratulations Mick, and all the others that posted great images this week.
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Always on
Honorary Life Member
An Excellent Choice Roger!

Have to say I loved it first time round, and I love it even more now - congratulations Mick!!


Rain maker
Great choice Roger. I also loved this one, as a great pov and living dangerously for your art that close at 10mm. Well done mick.


Always on
Honorary Life Member
Well Done, hadn't seen this one, its a lovely shot, including the background scenery makes a nice change from the more common close ups of swans.


Always on
Have to agree it's a stunning shot...love it to bits....a perspective I've never seen before. And I must admit I was quite taken aback to be on the shortlist myself. Thanks Roger :)