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The theme of this Moblog competition is "I'll tell you a story...".

how to Vote and What to Do.



The prizes...
Five prize winners' entries will be printed and displayed on the walls of Hadley House in London, between December 2006 and February 2007.

They will also each get a bottle of Family Masciarelli's top range wines.

The best competition entries will also be included in the Exhibition Portfolio.



The categories...
There will be three categories of entry:

1 - Phonecam images with little or no manipulation
2 - Camera images with little or no manipulation
3 - Phonecam or Camera images with significant manipulation (don't forget this is a photographic competition)



To enter...
Send in a series of between 2 and 5 images that show your take on this quote, and when the competition closes, cast your votes to determine the winner. We'll tell you how and when later.

Send your entry to <stories@moblg.net">b>stories@moblg.net and don't forget to indicate which category it's for.

Competition closes Friday 24th November 2006.




Complete Rules and Conditions.


Help out...
Visit the Forum to find out how to help make this competition even better.


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Thanks also to:

George - Blue Eyes

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A Church Without A Town

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Category 2.

Posted by Rick

1st Nov 2006, 15:00  

it looks so lonely, desolate and peaceful

1st Nov 2006, 15:25

JokerXL says:

Nice Rick, strange but pretty.

1st Nov 2006, 18:04

Twiglet says:

It reminds me of the church at the beginning of the Clint Eastwood/Jeff Bridges movie which I think is called "Thunderbolt and Lightfoot".

1st Nov 2006, 19:04

Rick says:

Thanks, D. It's a well cared for church, even so, it is lonely and peaceful.

Thanks, JXL. There's a lot of things in North Dakota that are strange. ;) Around here, a 122 year old church is loved, whether it has a town or not. It's also a bit of history - it was built in the Dakota Territories, 5 years before the Dakotas were split and made into states.

Thanks, Twiglet. That wasn't shot here, but a lot of it was shot in Montana, not very far away at all.

2nd Nov 2006, 04:13

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