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  #168 P is for Panachallenge.
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P - a letter fit for a king.       ©2016 A.N.Other
Fujifilm FinePix S100FS       3rd place, 128 points
1s, f3.5, ISO 200, 308mm, Aperture Priority, Pattern, no flash
Post-Processing: Cropped and shrunk to size
Increased saturation and burn midtones.
      Extra Info: None
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Feb 15, 2016
    Congratulations. This was my #1. Congratulations.

I suggest an alternate conclusion on the extra info box. Despite the lack of that info you ended up in 3rd place and all us curious folks get to find out what it was after the vote. However, it is true that it might have ended up higher if you had told us it was carved by a disabled veteran to help support his family ;-)

Jade O.
Feb 15, 2016
    This was my number 3! Congrats!

Feb 15, 2016
    I'm rather partial to the "LO"version as suggested by Elliott, but wouldn't want to disqualify you from your well earned placement Congratulations.
Edited on Feb 16, 2016

Feb 15, 2016
    Congrats Neil on another great finish and hosting your first Panachallenge!

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Feb 15, 2016
    A magnificent P! High in my favourites.

Feb 15, 2016
    Thank you :-).

Another person who want's more information. I think it would be a bit sad to remove the 'extra Info' box during voting as it's hard to vote sometimes when you don't know what something is.

Saying where it was taken could help reveal the person who took the photo which is another hot topic! I think it's going to be impossible to please all of the people all of the time, or even all of the people some of the time :-/ .
Edited on Feb 15, 2016

Feb 15, 2016
    Good choice. I would have liked some information on where it was taken.

Feb 15, 2016
    Elliott- I thought some might think 'LP' but I can see 'LO' now too :-) .

So pleased you like all like my photo. I thought it might be something a little different. Please see previous answers for some details about it and I'll put a photo in the outtakes.
Edited on Feb 15, 2016

Feb 15, 2016
    Very attractive image. Well done on all levels.

Feb 15, 2016
    Beautiful choice for this theme. I would love to know the context of the carving - a church ceiling??? Beautifully presented and pp'd. high in my picks.

Feb 14, 2016
    also looks like a stylized 'Lo' which might please one of our members.
nice capture. curious about the size. good one for the theme.

Feb 13, 2016
    An architectural feature about the size of a dinner plate. I'll post a wider angle shot of it in the outtakes. So glad you like it. Thanks :-)
Edited on Feb 15, 2016

Feb 13, 2016
    Superb lighting and color - very well done. Would be interested to know the scale here - are we looking at jewelry or an architectural feature, or what?

Feb 13, 2016
    It would be good for him but it's not one of his ;-) .

Very close! A boss from under one of the castles banqueting hall windows arches.
Edited on Feb 15, 2016

Feb 13, 2016
    on theme with a "P" in the picture

great find P for phillip of spain ???
looks like a ceiling boss

Feb 13, 2016
    Deliberately as a test to see if people would miss descriptions of the objects photographed, as some want the description removed till after the voting has finished. Looks like some people would have liked to know what they were seeing during commenting/voting. So glad you like it :-).
Edited on Feb 15, 2016

Jade O.
Feb 13, 2016
    You didn't tell us what this is from. Quite stunning. My no.3

Feb 13, 2016
    Thank you very much both :-)
Edited on Feb 15, 2016

Anthony Comyn
Feb 12, 2016
    The royal P. Nicely captured, well done!

Feb 12, 2016
    Hahaha, it actually took me a few seconds to find the P. I don't know what it is, but it's very pretty.

Feb 12, 2016
    Will do Joanna :-) . It is a photo of the top of one of the window arches, in our cities biggest castles banqueting hall. I will post a wider angle shot of it in the outtakes.
Edited on Feb 15, 2016

Feb 11, 2016
    I imagine that this was not an easy shot to take but the result is excellent. Hope you tell us more about the subject.
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