Pixoto, please consider either making photos using water drops "over-represented" or forming a category for photos with water drops

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Pixoto, please consider either making photos using water drops "over-represented" or forming a category for photos where water drops are one or more subjects of the photo.
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Thank you for suggestion Bridgette.
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I have just looked at nature up close and it looks like water water every where not much else . water drops need a new category
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You would think that the same photographer would be happy enough with just one of those types of images but that's not really what is going down.

It is a well designed, well orchestrated hostile takeover. Take a look at the comments and the scores. All within the same range.and all are being up voted by the same people.

Just guessing here, but the $125 prize is worth discrediting the real photographers who are indeed taking images of nature up close.

I can put an image up and in less than five minutes its being re-categorized. You tell Pixoto that there's something wrong and they tell you they can't see it.

Guesss they don't see the flowers or the landscapes either.
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what does it take to win that $125
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Worthy suggestion.
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I have never in my life seen so much floral photography with water droplets. It's neither natural nor IMHO a pretty iteration of a flower/bloom, since it's fairly unnatural. Can there please be a discussion of either A) putting this type of photograph as a specific subtopic, or B) creating a completely separate category, so that worthy, more natural photographs of flowers can compete fairly?

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