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Stuart Lilley Photography

Through a Crystal Ball

Created and judged by Stuart Lilley Photography

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Lets see those images you can get using your camera and a crystal Ball. This is a fun challenge for all levels. Refraction is the phenomenon that causes a light ray to bend when it hits an optical lens surface (or other medium that can act to transmit light e.g. water). Refraction occurs when light strikes the surface of the new medium. ... Refraction definition: The light wave bends because light moves slower in glass than air. You Must Use a Crystal Ball

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Entries closed
6 February 2018

Rating
6 February 2018 to 13 February 2018

Winners announced
13 February 2018

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