More scores from Locked Subjects:
96. A yellow traffic light.
Two points for the most bemused expression at her messy hair, is JENNY YOUNG.
35. A view from above.
The winner of two points in a keenly contested subject is MAGGIE WINGFIELD for her overview of a gull colony.
51. An accident waiting to happen.
A truly scary accident waiting to happen, is that depicted in JANET BUCKNALL’S photo! She wins two pointss.
57. A neon sign.
Two points are awarded to MIKE REDHEAD for Money Talks.
67. A spider web.
Which website has won two points? It is MIKE REDHEAD and his web network!
70. Running water.
For his excellent composition and long exposure, MIKE REDHEAD wins two points.
76. A winding staircase.
The two points go to MIKE REDHEAD for his graphic monochrome.
86. Sunny side up.
Coming ‘sunny side up’ in this challenge today is PAUL BENSON. I like his simple composition matching what became an ‘eggy’ theme. With respect to Jim Uney for interpreting the theme in another less obvious way.
The best representation of stripes is the natural ones worn by the zebra! Wins another two points for MIKE REDHEAD.
And the current League Table – including the points from above:
|Janet Bucknall||103+2= 105|
|Mike Redhead||46+10= 56|
|Maggie Wingfield||50+2 = 52|
|Jenny Young||29+2= 31|
|Paul Benson||21+2 = 23|
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