Ok, I have a new client that I am designing a website for. I haven't done a site in quite a while. I thought since I have Adobe CS5.5 that I would try out the HTML5. I know that nothing is written in stone yet for it but I am getting 2 errors that work perfectly in XHTML but HTML5 doesn't like it. They are:
Line 104, Column 62: Attribute img not allowed on element img at this point.

<p> <img class="rtF" img src="images/proudsponsers.png"></p>

Attributes for element img:
Global attributes
alt
src
usemap
ismap
width
height

Error Line 104, Column 62: An img element must have an alt attribute, except under certain conditions. For details, consult guidance on providing text alternatives for images.

<p> <img class="rtF" img src="images/proudsponsers.png"></p>

The site is under http://foxdenwebsolutions.com/tree town wonderland/index.html. I am wondering if I need to move the img class to the CSS page now. If I can clear up these 2 errors, I will be fine according to the w3.org site. Please help me figure out what I am doing incorrectly.
Thanks.