|1 Carbon||Carbon is a solid non-metal element. Pure carbon can exist in two very different forms - diamond and graphite.|
Black and white photo highlighting something from nature that contains carbon.Class 1 is filled.
|2 Hydrogen||Mixed with oxygen = H2O.|
Color photograph with water as the main feature.Class 2 is filled.
|3 Nitrogen||The necessity of plant life existence, nitrogen provides our plants with sustainability.|
Color photograph of an agriculture landscape.
|4 Oxygen||Air is colorless, odorless, tasteless, gaseous mixture of Oxygen and nitrogen.|
A color photo showing your interpretation of the air around us.
|5 Phosphorus||The first form of elemental phosphorus that was produced (white phosphorus, in 1669) emits a faint glow when exposed to oxygen. |
An abstract color photograph highlighting the glow of a sunset or sunrise. (An abstract photograph focuses on shape, form, color, pattern and texture. It seeks to show the subject’s essence, not reality.)
|6 Sulfur||Sulfur is a non-metallic bright yellow solid. It has been known since antiquity, being the brimstone found in the Bible.|
A close-up photograph of a yellow flower. Class 6 is filled.
|Creative Technique Classes||All Other Classes|
|Conformance / Interpretation||10||20|
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