Eva the Weaver ADMIN September 14, 2015
Digital clocks, digital readouts, calculators, thermometers, scales, rulers and page numbers are not allowed, as they are too easily contrived. PLEASE READ THE RULES! (below) And, OK, no more car number plates now, that's enough for a while, don't you think.
A game of numbers: find the next number in the sequence and post it. Never post two pics in a row, and please watch the other rules as well.
Group RulesOnly post the next number in numerical order. Do not post 2 or more numbers in a row. If someone else posts the same number the first one posted remains, the other(s) will be removed.
Only post images where the number is the main focal point. If the number is not readable in the thumbnail it is definitely too small! Preferably, there should be no other numbers in the picture. If there are other numbers the main number should stand out and, to prevent any ambiguity, the other numbers should be small or in the background.
The photographs must be taken and owned by the member submitting them. No scavenging off the Web!
What you cannot use: No numbers expressed in words or Roman numerals. No computer generated images, heavy manipulations (e.g. Photoshop), screen grabs, photographs of computer or television screens, graphics, scans etc. No Photoshop created numbers! No handwritten numbers, unless they are found "out there".
Diversify and make it a challenge hunting the real world for new and interesting types of numbers. Do not post a series that are all similar e.g. brass house numbers, car registration plates.
Digital clocks, digital readouts, calculators, thermometers, scales, rulers and page numbers are not allowed, as they are too easily contrived.
Fabricated numbers may be used as a very last resort, to get the pool unstuck - but they must be done creatively. Don't duplicate someone else's technique like rearranged keyboards, playing cards etc.
- This group will count toward the photo's limit (60 for Pro members, 30 for free members)
- Accepted content types: Photos, Images
- Accepted safety levels: Safe