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This is our 100th "Something For The Weekend" challenge and, given all the amazing, funny, and occasionally downright bizarre, ideas that you have put forward in the previous 99 challenges, I thought we should commemorate the occasion. So I've made you plinth with some small fountains (using Blender 3D and Adobe Substance).
What will you put up there, in keeping with the spirit of SFTW, to celebrate this centenary challenge?
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"So I've made you plinth with some small fountains... . What will you put up there, in keeping with the spirit of SFTW?"
In keeping with the spirit of SFTW, I'm not following the instructions. Sorry, Dave! 🤣
So Lady Jane is back, right on time.
"In keeping with the spirit of SFTW, I'm not following the instructions."
Nothing new there then 🙂 Happy image Jane.
I thought we should commemorate some of the contributors, If you don't see your name it could be round the side or the back 🙂
You have honored us all on this momentous occasion, Dave! This is beautiful! 😊
Glad my name made it into the globe 🙂
Anything is possible on SFTW...
The irony is that Dave does not understand what is supposed to be different about this image, as that is what Sunderland looks like on his way home from the pub on Friday nights. 😉
Being serious, that is not far off what my night vision used to be like before I had both cateracts fixed. This was due to LASIK surgery which had me looking through scar tissue when my pupils expanded when it got dark. Things like street lights and reflective road signs would appear as about a dozen separate images, so I was not able to drive at night.
Crowds out shopping - that must be a historical image 🙂
Indeed! Champs-Élysées, New Year's Eve 2009.
Graham, now you have given 'me' an idea. Hmmm... do I have time to do it before SFTW 101
Of course you have, Trevor.
Dave posted this SFTW 100 just after 9 AM PDT (Pacific Daylight Time, 5 PM Sunderland Summer Time) on Friday, that would be something like 5 AM on Saturday (Aotearoa Summer Time).
...SFTW 101 .. it sounds like a training course 🙂
Tip of the hat to Ussnorway for the idea...
it took me a min to see what that was in the water... must have been a hot day mate?
Indeed! He's a photographer who got swept away trying to get a closeup of a fish...
I hope that water is deep !
I'm a bit late but glad to be here for the 100th.
Celebration time !
I wonder if the fountains stop when you close the lid?
I recognise her from SFTW 85. She's decided to look inland on this one though 🙂
On 25 Jun 2020, davescm wrote:
"Last chance on this week's image anyone? A new challenge will be up tomorrow🙂"
On 02 Jul 2020, davescm wrote:
"Will this be the last entry this week, or will someone slot in another before the 100th challenge tomorrow?"
So I got this ready to post, then Dave's "Last Call" never came. 😲 Here it is anyway! Anyone else?