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January Photo Contest

Discussion in 'Pictures From The Road' started by Adler, Jan 5, 2017.

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  1. Adler

    Adler How much cheese is too much cheese?

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    After a hiatus, the monthly JC Photo Contest is back. I’m trying to keep it as close to the way things were before, so I’ll even mostly just copy and paste from @gne in prog 's original posts…

    Theme: Usually the winner of the previous month chooses the theme, as the re-inaugural month I threw the idea to a few JC photo regulars, and @ChasenSFO has chosen Fire Sky – Sunset and Sunrise.

    Duration: You have until the 27th of January, midnight stupid California time to submit.

    Submit to: jetcareerphoto@gmail.com

    Prize: Nothing, but I heard it looks great on a Southernjets app.

    Once I have all the submissions, I’ll start a new thread on or around the 28th for voting. Voting will last until the 1st, with the winner announced on or just after (depending on my schedule) the 2nd.

    Other assorted rules:

    The photo must be taken by you, during the time frame. Honor system on those two.

    Once you've submitted, you're in. One picture only, no replacing entries later.

    Any registered user is welcome to submit, whether you frequent the photo sub forum or not.

    Point and shoot, dslr, or as they use to say in racing, "run what you brung".

    The winner will select the following month's theme. So if the voting is nearing the end, and it looks like you are going to win, start thinking about what you want the them to be, as the next contest will start on or around the 2nd of February.

    So, go shooting!
     
  2. ChasenSFO

    ChasenSFO hen teaser

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    The question is how do I position myself for a dick pic that meets this theme...
     
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  3. SurferLucas

    SurferLucas Southern Gentleman

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    Magnifying glass works well
     
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  4. Roger Roger

    Roger Roger Navajo Whisperer

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    IMG_2477.JPG
     
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    ChasenSFO hen teaser

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    Thanks. Do you have a spare bow-tie for my micropenis?
     
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  6. SurferLucas

    SurferLucas Southern Gentleman

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    :bounce::bounce::bounce:
     
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    Oxman Well-Known Member

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  8. Adler

    Adler How much cheese is too much cheese?

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    this. is. awesome.
     
  9. Hacker15e

    Hacker15e The Intersection of Opportunity and Preparation

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    So, the theme is micropenis dick-pics now?
     
  10. ChasenSFO

    ChasenSFO hen teaser

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    Now you know what life would have been like if you flew Navy instead.
     
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    gotWXdagain Highly Visible Member

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    I didn't know it was possible to include a sunset in a picture of a microscope slide?
     
  12. mikecweb

    mikecweb Third Generation Arizonan

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    This thread delivers.
     
  13. CirrusMonkey

    CirrusMonkey No Real Usefulness

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    So much like.
     
  14. JEP

    JEP What are you looking at? Staff Member

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    @Adler Thread is now a STICKY and will remain at the top. I hate to use the word STICKY in a thread that @ChasenSFO in involved but against my better judgement....
     
  15. Adler

    Adler How much cheese is too much cheese?

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    Hahahahah. Making fun of Norm is becoming almost as much fun as @DPApilot
     
  16. DPApilot

    DPApilot GUYSH! GUYSH! GUYSH!

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    Wanna get a step ladder and say that to my face?
     
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    BigZ Well-Known Member

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    Back in 02 or thereabouts there was a CFI from DPA teaching the private ground, we always wondered if he drives the 172 from the rear seat and it was customary to answer his "Which airspace are we in right now?" with "Us or you?"
    That wasn't you, was it?
     
  18. mikecweb

    mikecweb Third Generation Arizonan

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    @DPApilot was in grade school in Mumbai in 2002.
     
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    Avalon781ML Well-Known Member

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    This should help.... Step ladders are for rookies.
     
  20. DPApilot

    DPApilot GUYSH! GUYSH! GUYSH!

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    Never got my CFI. Back in 02 I was a mere youngin
     
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