View Single Post
  #7    Top
Old May 27th, 2016, 07:15 PM
Russ Russ is offline
Account Disabled
Recent Photo: Buick '55
Photograph of the Month Winner: This award is given to the photographer who wins a Photograph of the Month Contest. - Issue reasonSilver Commitment Award: This award is given to those who have shown great community dedication & commitment and have over 2,000 posts. - Issue reasonBronze Commitment Award: This award is given to those who have shown great community dedication & commitment and have over 1,000 posts. - Issue reason
Re: Vote for April 2016 Photograph of the Month

On PC's Home Page, it shows the dog with glasses as POTM currently. When you click on the link embedded in the paragraphs of text above it, ie "Photograph of the Month", you get taken here where the POTM's are listed (or at least most of 'em). The Dog/glasses winner is listed under April, NOT March which was the POTM contest it was entered into. Missing POTM's include November 2015, February 2016, and March 2016 (actually mislabeled as April). Dec '15 and Jan '16 apparently were never run.

Previously, POTM winners were announced and voting results were shown on this forum: PhotographyCorner.com Forums > Photography Contests > Photograph of the Month in 2 different threads EACH month, one announcing the winner and the 2nd (prefaced by "Poll:") was the actual slate of nominees and thread you voted from with a summary of the votes added to the top of the thread after results were tallied. The last POTM with winner announced (at least in the forums) and/or voting results shown was February 2016.

I see that there is a "potm" tab on the very top of the pages (any). Either I never noticed it or it's a new addition. There is where you'll find the listing of all POTM winners with links to other nominated images and voting results mentioned above....incomplete/incorrect as it more recently is......including all the way back to 2005.

On my computer at least, thumbnails of and links to finalist images for the March 2016 have been broken for some time.

I'm NOT complaining. I'm merely sharing what I'm observing and my understanding of what's where and what is/isn't functioning as others intended.
__________________
Russ
Visit, enjoy, and invest in our National Parks. It's "America's Best Idea".