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I think that's the most votes we've had in a contest. Great turnout all around for entries and voting.
Congratulations to Bigtime and to all the discussion on the photos. I think it's extremely useful from a creative standpoint to try to understand how people interpret a given subject and the execution of the photos themselves. It was also great to see some old scanned from film entries.
We've had rain or storm before. Ninjatune won it, but that was well before I was running the contests. I'm okay with rain/precipitation/winter precipitation as we're bound to repeat contests now and again.
What's the final verdict Bigtime?
-- No, the last thing we need is some paternalist weighing whether we are sufficiently noncontroversial to be admitted to subsidized quarters in a Utopian dream city. -- Jane Jacobs