“Spirit of the Time” - competition comments thread.

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albionphoto wrote:
Fri Jun 26, 2020 8:43 pm
This was a fun challenge. Macro is hard, storytelling isn't much easier either.
Some good photos submitted but liking your macro ones @Albion. Excellent shots

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Kansas City Milkman wrote:
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albionphoto wrote:
Fri Jun 26, 2020 8:43 pm
This was a fun challenge. Macro is hard, storytelling isn't much easier either.
Some good photos submitted but liking your macro ones @Albion. Excellent shots
Thank you.
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The Competition ends midnight UK (1900 EDT) on Tuesday.

There have been a lot of excellent entries - thanks to all who have taken part so far.

A couple of us on the Admin Team are very busy at the moment, so we will take a good look over the following days. The finalists (minimum 5, there might be more) will be posted as a poll next weekend. You will have one week to vote for your THREE favourite shots.

NB. There are still a few entries without the correct model code. As explained in the rules, this is required and the codes are easily found in the CWArchives. Please ask if you are unsure how to find them.

Prizes, nothing grandiose but certainly worth having: winner gets 1st pick and so on.

A lovely book about the British Museum’s outstanding watch collection; a CW leather key fob (unused); a choice of CW watch pods.



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The competition is now closed to further entries. A list of finalists will be available for you to vote on for one week from Saturday 4th July.
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Thank you, Mark. I forgot to copy it on this thread this morning.
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Happy to help.
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