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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.




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


Thanks to...





Thanks also to:

George - Blue Eyes

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There came this day and he was autumn. His mouth was wide And red as a sunset. His tail was an icicle. Ted Hughes - Season Song

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Posted by Viv

24th Nov 2006, 14:47  

OJ says:

I love it and I love that you illustrated a line of poetry.

Knew it was yours from the thumbnail.

24th Nov 2006, 14:48

mrs540air says:

these are faboulous

24th Nov 2006, 14:48

Viv says:

Some of my best pics have been autumn - was just getting it as a story - and I love this poem
Thanks both
Cat 2 as ever

24th Nov 2006, 14:50

beautiful shots here! nice one!

24th Nov 2006, 14:55

Euphro says:

Stunning! And wonderful title. You have enhanced Ted Hughes. I particularly like the frozen leaves. They look like they have been coated with crystallized sugar. Your picture makes me want to eat them :)

24th Nov 2006, 14:58

Geodyne says:

Oh wow, these are stunning.

24th Nov 2006, 14:58

paintist says:

beautiful...and a lovely choice for a highlight :-)...( do the dance VIV :-) _

24th Nov 2006, 14:59

lovely frost effect, and a beautiful series over all, viv

24th Nov 2006, 15:45

Viv says:

thanks all - that could be the second hl for that pic - one of my series of frozen leaves got a hl but I don't think it was this one - I chose this one 'cos it had a tail feel

24th Nov 2006, 15:56

MaggieD says:

Wow Viv, this has been worth waiting for ..... beautiful shots with such an apt title ..... it is going to be so hard to choose ....

24th Nov 2006, 16:34

Twiglet NLI says:

Gorgeous...

24th Nov 2006, 16:55

mouse says:

stunning shots

24th Nov 2006, 17:00

Viv says:

thanks

24th Nov 2006, 17:15

crickson says:

Brilliant, brilliant, brilliant, especially the thrid one down.

24th Nov 2006, 17:56

Viv says:

thankyou kind sir!

24th Nov 2006, 18:12

MaggieD says:

Keep coming back to this ... love the pics and the poetry ....

24th Nov 2006, 18:14

Spiderbaby says:

Wow! Such beautiful colours. These are all really lovely :)

24th Nov 2006, 18:34

harimanjaro says:

What everyone else said. Stunning.

24th Nov 2006, 18:38

kel says:

Love how each pic goes with each line.

25th Nov 2006, 17:53

Viv says:

thanks Kel

26th Nov 2006, 15:58

autumncat says:

Wow - those are freaking gorgeous! I think my faves are the first and last. Really love the frosted leaves!

26th Nov 2006, 16:16

lou says:

really beautiful shots

26th Nov 2006, 17:10

Viv says:

thanks autumn cat and lou
and all who voted for these

26th Nov 2006, 22:25

OJ says:

:) I look forward to seeing them on a wall on Saturday.

Are you coming down? Looks like I am/we are.

27th Nov 2006, 12:17

beth says:

these really are beautiful, well done mum xx

7th Jan 2007, 23:07

Dhamaka says:

they look great in Hadley House too

7th Jan 2007, 23:08

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