We managed to avoid being hypnotized by this month's Circle photos
, but they did make our head spin. With so many unique and creative entries, we never knew what the next photo would bring. Here are the top 10 submissions voted by you, the reader. Connors will receive a subscription to Wired magazine and a digital picture frame for his winning photo "Primaries" at left. Since we had so many great photos that we thought should've received more votes, and because we love to anger readers with our selections, we've also compiled a Wired.com Editor's Choice Circle Photo Gallery
Our next twice-monthly photo contest is Love. We want you to open your heart and your shutters to conquer this challenge. Check out the contest page
for more information.
Submitted by Connors
"I scurried on my back into the playset to get this one.
Camera: Nikon D80. Exposure: 0.004 sec (1/250). Aperture: f/8. Focal Length: 18mm. ISO Speed: 100. Exposure Bias: 0 EV."
Submitted by Rohit Mattoo
"Bullring shopping center in Birmingham, England."
Submitted by Anonymous
"I needed some cold water in the summer heat. So I decided to freeze a whole pitcher. Stupid idea, but it looked kinda cool."
Submitted by Todd
"Macro flash shot of a bunch of straws."
: Light Circles
Submitted by Paul Drzal
"Light trails through arm windmills, tiring stuff."
: Soap Bubbles
Submitted by urbanizr
"A giant soap bubble frozen into a wire frame."
Submitted by Robert Mallon
"A photo of my daughter playing in the bicycle hoops outside of the de Young Museum in San Francisco.
Nikon D300 - Nikkor 24-70 2.8"
: Tunnel Vision
Submitted by Vinny B
"30-mile bike tour in N.H. with my two sons, summer 2006.”
: 2 x 4s
Submitted by Seth
Submitted by alexandra matzke
"The remnants of a mural, made from plastic film canisters."
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