This contest is for any object/structure that represents or looks like any "English-Alphabets" from A TO Z other than "O". so let me tell you the rules of this contest:
(1) Any object/structure resembling "English Alphabets", with "Capital Letters"
(2) From A to Z: any alphabet you can choose whether vowel or consonant EXCEPT- "O" As "O" is quite common and it has already come under one of the previous contests named perfect circle. So "O" is off-theme.
(3)Your subject can be either natural or factory made only. Modifying a coil/cable/wire or arranging objects to give a shape of an alphabet.. will be off-theme. So better to choose a natural/factory output resembling an alphabet.
(4) The object of your photograph can be tilted but should not be an inverted alphabet or a mirror image of an alphabet. Though you can turn yourself up-side-down to get an actual alphabet.. Let's have fun!
Note: The object in question has to serve some other purpose (a building, a fence, abstract art, gravel, etc.). Pictures of objects that are MADE to be letters will be off topic.
Also, if the letter in your photograph is not easily recognizable at first glance, please tell us what it is in the entry's description. Thank you.
kyricom: OK. Sounds cool. But one clarification, please. Can't bend wire etc. to form a letter. OK. But we can use factory made items. What about a manufactured "letter?" Like the single letter in a sign, or sometimes you see letters for people's initials, or to put on their desks. Are those ok? Or, is it only some other items that happen to resemble a letter? Thanks ( 5 years and 1112 days ago )
Contest Moderator: A manufactured "letter" would be considered off theme. The object in question has to serve some other purpose (a building, a fence, abstract art, etc.). Pictures of objects that are MADE to be letters will be off topic. ( 5 years and 1112 days ago )
drskn08: hey mod ! i request you to ask contestants to mention the alphabets either in title or in description. I forgot to mention this in rule. I think people find it interesting to see the letter what author wants to show rather to search themself... ( 5 years and 1112 days ago )
kyricom: OK... thanks for the clarification ( 5 years and 1111 days ago )
MnMCarta: Can someone tell what the letters are in the alphabet? LOL ( 5 years and 1111 days ago )
CMYK46: "Also, if the letter in your photograph is not easily recognizable at first glance, please tell us what it is in the entry's description." Several unrecognisable entries don't do this. ( 5 years and 1104 days ago )
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