22 Nov 2011

WHOOP-DE-DOO Part 3 with a twist...and the WINNER from Part 2

The blog is officially one year old!
Due to a slight scheduling conflict I didn't post the winner from last week's round of the WHOOP-DE-DOO competition yesterday as planned. Sorry everyone! 

The winner is EMMA!

Emma says: 
"Have had a most enjoyable time browsing through your photos (whilst at   work...) You have a wonderful way of looking at the world! My favourite from what I have seen so far is probably http://katherineleedale.blogspot.com/2011/10/autumn-and-competition.html. I also really like http://katherineleedale.blogspot.com/2011/02/incredibly-small-and-impossibly-cute.html as a trio of pictures, but don't think I could chose just one of them on its own! Happy blog birthday!"

Thank you for your comment Emma, I'll be in touch shortly about which of the images you want to claim as your prize!

For this week's final round of the competition, the format stays the same - but with a twist. The winning commenter will not only receive the print of their choice but will also get to commission an entirely new image! WOW! 

The winner can provide me with a brief - which can be as specific or as vague as you like - and you'll receive a second 8x12in print with the commissioned image alongside your choice of print from the blog. 

As with last week, here's the instructions; just add a comment to this post with a link to your favourite image from the blog and the reason why. For those who can't or don't want to comment here just email your choice to katherineleedale [at] yahoo.com. This will not affect your chances of winning. 


CH said...

This is my favourite, as I keep trying to TELL you: http://katherineleedale.blogspot.com/2011/04/fifty-faces-8.html



Katherine said...

This from SIMON:

This is my favourite off all the photographs on your blog Katherine. It's the eyes I think. The black and White makes his eyes seem to really jump out of the photo. It's a timeless picture and the face is one that's lived and seen life and could belong to anyone from any time. A french executioner, a local football league team's manager, a retired politician... It's got endless intrigue. Fascinating and illuminating at the same time.

mr_roots said...

Kdale... I think my favourite of your photos is the pic of the two older folk on this set http://katherineleedale.blogspot.com/2011/03/march-against-cuts-26th-march.html.
It's partly because you've caught her mid-monch of a sandwich and him trying to dislodge a crisp from his teeth with his tongue.
But mainly because it shows that for each action there's a reaction. And sometimes the most interesting photos are the reactions of witnesses, rather than the events themselves.
Love it.

Siobhan said...

Continuing the theme of love and appreciation for the way you photograph little tiny things, my choice this week would be this one: http://katherineleedale.blogspot.com/2011/09/test-shot-for-ten-things.html. They are so adorable, and a little bit ginger. Perfect.

Katherine said...

This from UDALL (emailing me two minutes before the deadline!): Mine is Fifty Faces #8

My reasons boiled down to the fact it was a spontaneous shot that is amazing.

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