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Competition Winners: April Projected (2018-04-12)

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Pictorial Color (16)

The Beach Strollers Great Egret Flight Filoli Garden House Night on the Bay Troll under Seattle's Fremont Bridge Coastal sunset at Limantour Pfeiffer Beach Arch at Sunset You can almost smell the fragrant Plumeria Pitiful Iris Profile #1 Water Lillies. Hummingbird and Lavender Fulton Center Early Evening at The Alamo Frozen Sound Wood Duck

Creative (4)

A startling new bouquet created by an in-camera double exposure. (No Photoshopping and no local edits) A Flight To My Favorite Place Last Flight of Space Shuttle Endeavour,  piggybacked on NASA 747 Sunflower

Nature (4)

Sunlight reappearing at the end of the lunar eclipse of Jan. 30, 2018 Great Egret (Atdea alba) looking eye to eye with fresh caught prey, A double-crested cormorant (Phalacrocorax auritus) eat an average of one pound of fish per day. They prey on many species of fish but concentrate on those that are easiest to catch. Two Oryx (Oryx gazelle) Sparring, Kalahari Desert, South Africa

Journalism (7)

Boy of the Bear Clan waits beside a totem for his cue to join a traditional performance, Ketchikan, Alaska. Repurposed Waymark-The Broadway-Burlingame arch originally read 'To Pacific City' & stood at Howard Ave. & El Camino.  It was redesigned & moved to its present location by Broadway merchants in 1927. Young participant in the 2018 Easter Parade, NYC Horse guard exchange ceremony at the horse guard parade, a 'Short Guard' is mounted when the Queen is not in residence at Buckingham Palace. New Zealand's Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern (in black) and Governor-General Patsy Reddy (in red) at Anniversary of Treaty Signing, Waitangi Treaty Grounds, Paihia Homeless man lost in the moment as he dances to music at a San Jose street fair How to handle exotic species like these Egyptian Geese at Yolo Bypass, Sept 2016 is controversial. They frequently out compete with native species.