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10/01/2008 12:56:03 AM · #51
Better than a sharp stick in the eye. ;)

6.9 after 5 votes.
10/01/2008 12:56:45 AM · #52
Whoopee! 3 votes! Just above 5. This may be my best for the duration....
10/01/2008 12:57:09 AM · #53
Votes: 5
Views: 7
Avg Vote: 5.4000
Comments: 1
Favorites: 0
Wish Lists: 0
Updated: 10/01/08 12:56 am

yikes a nasty drop from a 7 to this after 3 votes.
10/01/2008 12:59:40 AM · #54
Originally posted by mpeters:

Better than a sharp stick in the eye. ;)

6.9 after 5 votes.


Oh my goodness, don't even get me started on getting stuck in the eye! I thought my daughter put mine out this evening when she (accidentally) jammed a wire with a piece of plastic on it into my eye. I screamed it hurt so badly.

On the upside, my day can't get much worse... only up from there eh? haha!!

Votes: 8
Views: 8
Avg Vote: 5.7500
Comments: 1

Thanks for the comment, random commenter!! :)
10/01/2008 01:04:15 AM · #55
1 vote: 8
2 vote: 8

3 vote: 8

4 vote: 7.5

not liking it as much now...but please, please bottom out here. (not too freakin likely...lol)
10/01/2008 01:04:58 AM · #56
Originally posted by TCGuru:

Originally posted by mpeters:

Better than a sharp stick in the eye. ;)

6.9 after 5 votes.


Oh my goodness, don't even get me started on getting stuck in the eye! I thought my daughter put mine out this evening when she (accidentally) jammed a wire with a piece of plastic on it into my eye. I screamed it hurt so badly.

On the upside, my day can't get much worse... only up from there eh? haha!!

Votes: 8
Views: 8
Avg Vote: 5.7500
Comments: 1

Thanks for the comment, random commenter!! :)


Where does one get a piece of wire with plastic on it? I'm guessing from some packaging or something?

My score isn't horrible, but a big disappointment so far.

Votes: 6
Views: 10
Avg Vote: 5.5000
10/01/2008 01:07:33 AM · #57
Votes: 4
Views: 10
Avg Vote: 6.5000
Comments: 1

More views no votes. Nobody wants to pull the trigger.
10/01/2008 01:08:49 AM · #58
Originally posted by Ken:


Where does one get a piece of wire with plastic on it? I'm guessing from some packaging or something?


No, my boys have a toy flying dragonfly and she was buzzing it around with her hands and singing and she decided it would be nice to fly it into my face (she's 3). Needless to say, it's gone now... it's okay though, it was my left eye ;)
10/01/2008 01:12:16 AM · #59
Votes: 8
Views: 16
Avg Vote: 8.3750
Comments: 2
Favorites: 1
Wish Lists: 0

Sure wish I could get another ribbon :D

Message edited by author 2008-10-01 01:12:56.
10/01/2008 01:13:36 AM · #60
Originally posted by TCGuru:

Originally posted by Ken:


Where does one get a piece of wire with plastic on it? I'm guessing from some packaging or something?


No, my boys have a toy flying dragonfly and she was buzzing it around with her hands and singing and she decided it would be nice to fly it into my face (she's 3). Needless to say, it's gone now... it's okay though, it was my left eye ;)


OUCH! But then again, I've had plenty of objects thrust into my eye by children at that age. It's amazing I can see and even hear.

To keep on topic:

Votes: 7
Views: 12
Avg Vote: 5.5714
Comments: 1
10/01/2008 01:14:57 AM · #61
Votes: 5
Views: 11
Avg Vote: 6.2000
Comments: 1

They pulled the trigger and now I am suffering. 6 is just the best I can do. I don't have a 6.5+ in me.
10/01/2008 01:17:20 AM · #62
A 6 sounds pretty good right about now. I think it's time for bed to see if I can hold onto an average score.
10/01/2008 01:17:44 AM · #63
Question: Is there a shooting date restriction in the free studies? E.g. an october FS can only accept the shots taken after it was announced? I hope not.
10/01/2008 01:19:19 AM · #64
I've voted and commented on a handful, even faved one or two and probably will fave many more tomorrow. Great selection, really fantastic. Mine is mediocre and sitting at a mediocre 4 but then, I knew that'd happen, what with it being mediocre and all. Wish I'd entered my funny pic instead.
10/01/2008 01:19:25 AM · #65
I have 10 photos that I think could win out of that group. I loved a bunch of them. I am in awe of a few of them.
10/01/2008 01:20:04 AM · #66
Originally posted by Prash:

Question: Is there a shooting date restriction in the free studies? E.g. an october FS can only accept the shots taken after it was announced? I hope not.


It must be taken after the challenge is announced, just like all of the challenges.
10/01/2008 01:20:21 AM · #67
Originally posted by Prash:

Question: Is there a shooting date restriction in the free studies? E.g. an october FS can only accept the shots taken after it was announced? I hope not.


If the shot is taken in September, then it will be DQd if you're asked to validate.
10/01/2008 01:24:44 AM · #68
I'm really proud of my shot. This is my first free study and I shot something totally not in my usual niche to try and stretch myself. It turned out really nice here's to hoping the voters do too!
10/01/2008 01:25:17 AM · #69
Well what do you have? Share the score!
10/01/2008 01:25:45 AM · #70
Originally posted by Jason_Cross:

I have 10 photos that I think could win out of that group. I loved a bunch of them. I am in awe of a few of them.


Is mine one of them???? Go add that to the comment and and we'll see
10/01/2008 01:27:02 AM · #71
im doing ok so far.

Votes: 7
Views: 9
Avg Vote: 6.4286
Comments: 1
10/01/2008 01:30:03 AM · #72
Either I'm getting what I deserve, or we just got hit by a low voter. (It was a 2).
10/01/2008 01:31:15 AM · #73
That is my favorite group of free study images. I am going to spend more time going through them later. There are some photos that really will get me thinking about how I take my next couple shots.
10/01/2008 01:33:59 AM · #74
Originally posted by Ken:

Originally posted by Prash:

Question: Is there a shooting date restriction in the free studies? E.g. an october FS can only accept the shots taken after it was announced? I hope not.


It must be taken after the challenge is announced, just like all of the challenges.


Ok thanks. Do you know where it says that? I think it is obvious from the challenge title.. nothing in the challenge details. Sorry if it is a dumb question.
10/01/2008 01:34:13 AM · #75
Originally posted by LadyTara:

Originally posted by Prash:

Question: Is there a shooting date restriction in the free studies? E.g. an october FS can only accept the shots taken after it was announced? I hope not.


If the shot is taken in September, then it will be DQd if you're asked to validate.


Thanks.
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