The h2g2 Photographers' Newsletter: October 2009

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This month's winner was a lovely shot of Manchester, by the_jon_m. The high dynamic range technique, combining several photos exposed for different lengths of time, produces this unusual lighting effect.

We may have slowed down over the winter, but we haven't disappeared! Congratulations to the winners from this round, and if you'd like to join us you can find the details at the bottom of the page.

Pic by Happy Nerd.A happy banana slug

Taken by: Happy Nerd

Entry: Banana Slugs
Pic by B'Elana.Crowd of bottles

Taken by: B'Elana

Entry: Beer Bottles
Pic by the_jon_m.Red buses

Taken by: the_jon_m

Entry: Buses in the UK
Pic by Hati.Strasbourg clock

Taken by: Hati

Entry: A Chronology of Time
Pic by Hati.Swimming frog

Taken by: Hati

Entry: Common Frogs in the UK
Pic by Hati.Carefully-arranged eggs

Taken by: Hati

Entry: Storing Eggs

If you've been inspired by the photographs above, why not join the h2g2 Photographers? We run a friendly email group for anyone interested in having their photographs added to h2g2 Entries, and all photographers are welcome. Just visit the Yahoo group or apply at the h2g2 Photographers page.

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