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Challenge: Conjunctions (Standard Editing)
Collection: Portfolio
Camera: Canon PowerShot G16
Location: Taipei Hospital, Taiwan
Date: Nov 8, 2016
Date Uploaded: Nov 8, 2016

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Statistics
Place: 10 out of 46
Avg (all users): 5.8333
Avg (commenters): 6.2857
Avg (participants): 5.7500
Avg (non-participants): 5.9231
Views since voting: 319
Views during voting: 100
Votes: 54
Comments: 9
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11/21/2016 09:23:32 AM
How is your leg doing Georges? No longer wearing a cast? Continuing wishes for your speedy recovery & congrats on a nice score with this.
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 Comments Made During the Challenge
11/20/2016 11:44:41 PM
Good interpretation of the challenge.
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11/20/2016 05:56:22 PM
looking much better now, Georges
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11/20/2016 01:34:58 PM
Great concept for the challenge, and while realistic, I find the image too cluttered, with too many distracting elements.
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11/17/2016 03:42:19 PM
the strange halo around the guy's face doesn't help the image.
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11/16/2016 08:43:04 PM
Different and interesting.
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11/15/2016 01:18:28 PM
Georges? I hope these belong to you and it means you're healing well!
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11/15/2016 11:58:46 AM
hmm I don't know what to think about this - the knee - a perfect conjunction. The doctor doing his work - as interesting motif, a good idea to bring these together in one shot. But what is drawing most of my attention is the black cable dangling there in the background without being plucked in.
Well thinking of it: this is a missing conjunction! OH YES - now I've got it! 8 from me
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11/14/2016 05:29:02 PM
I recognise that tibial plateau fracture! And the bipartite patella.
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