Please weigh in on this topic in the community forums... http://www.greatphotorace.com/community/thread/307/Reputation-Points---We-revisit-how-they-are-calculated-IMHO
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Thank you for listing my photo in the notable entries section of the freezing winners blog. I appreciate you saying it was one of your favorites.
Thank you for commenting on my photo! I submitted it so late I didn't think I would get any comments at all. I was leaning over a railing to try to get both falls in the picture. :) They have railings because many people want to go out on the rocks to get a better look, and they don't realize how dangerous these waters are. Every year there are always 1-3 people killed here because they don't obey the warning signs. I didn't go out on the rocks but I was leaning pretty far out. :) I had lowered my camera when I took this because although it wasn't a bright sunny day, it was one of those eye-squinting bright hazy cloudy days, so I didn't want to get too much of the sky in the picture. What do you mean by the horizontal parallel lines?? the top of the picture and the line of the falls? is that not good? I don't know, I've never heard of that, still new & learning. :)
I imagine this is a busy week for you. If you have time could you look at my statue photo. The lady in gold. It is a replica of Athena Parthenos statue which is in The Parthenon in Nashville, Tennessee, the Parthenon is a full-scale replica of the original Parthenon in Athens. It was built in 1897 as part of the Tennessee Centennial Exposition. The original Parthenon in Athens, Greece, I think it dates back to about 438 B.C. The 6' statue in her right hand is Nike(Victory), she is 42 feet tall. Thanks! :)
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