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Awards Show

Hi, everyone.

The moment some of you have been waiting for...
The first ever "Striking Iris Poll" results are in!

The results were very diverse...and yet there was a clear- cut winner.

Some people interpreted striking as *mesmerizing* while others had to
stop the music and take a closer look.  So, on to the awards...

Most striking fake iris.

This iris only received one vote, but, as with all products of warped
minds, it must be seen to be believed.  It is... MAYTAG RED.  You can
see it at:
(Donald Mosser's web page.)

3rd place... each of these received two votes.

Helicopter    Music Box Dancer    Highline Snowflake    Ditto
Jazzamatazz    Joseph's Coat    Reminiscence    Persian Berry    Mirror
Mirror    Vigilante    Jolt    Wabash    Supreme Sultan    Batik

2nd place... each of these received three votes.

Stepping Out
Stop The Music

and... the winner is...

DUSKY CHALLENGER with 8 votes.

Thanks to everyone who voted.


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