First Editor's Choice Award - FIFA WC 2010
Not least of which is myself …
I have been very busy running all around town recording as much of the frenzy as I can, with the limited few resources that I have at my disposal currently.
I have been very hard at work to get the images uploaded & tagged etc … and have been quite frequently sending requests for priority reviews [which have for the most part been successful — a special thanks to the team tasked with these requests].
So here are a few of the new additions that I really favor [although there are just too many for me to properly shortlist them, and in no particular order] …
[There are just so many more that are still waiting approval process … that I just can't be tasked to make a selection at this point … so keep checking back my portfolio to see all that are becoming accepted each new day that passes.
I see that I have even had three images selected in the News Section:
World soccer cup, South Africa - June 2010
Two of which have also already seen sales generated.
But, most notably is the selection of one of my images into the very prestigious segment of DT's database, that being the Editor's Choice section, which needles to say I am VERY proud to announce.
Sadly - no sales on this super image as yet - and as SA are out of the running, perhaps no sale is as likely as if we were still in contention, but no matter as the image stands as a true reflection of the South African spirit behind the event … Well done to all, and to all the fans who continue to support the event, Thank You for making the event a memorable & life lasting memory for many citizens of our world.
I'll exit here as this seems a good point for my honorable exit …
Until next time …
Photo credits: , Patrick Allen.
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