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Week #8 and moving right along !!! I went out Sunday for awhile and came back with a couple of images that were make do. Not being satisfied I went out again Monday. Struggling for unique subject matter, I was about to give up for the day because I was running into a lighting issue. Having been to ...
The prize at the end of the lane, tantalizing us with just a glimpse. This environmental view is fantastic, Minnie. And you are far from "stuck" (on anything) as your photos always tell different and strong stories. See you in a week! Thanks Linda. My new/old place has many memories and lots of spa...
I know I get stuck on subjects, but this one is taking up a large part of my life right now while we're setting up for part-time housekeeping in the old house. When we arrived at near sundown, that old house was sitting like a secret jewel at the end of the winding road. It is so familiar, and stil...
- Sun Feb 25, 2018 1:29 pm
- Forum: Animals Showcase
- Topic: Posting These for Minnie
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Yes, I was laying in the middle of a traffic lane of a highway. I did have a friend "downstream" warning cars to slow down. The snake kept following me, but did get off the roadway unharmed. So did I. Would I do that again? Probably. --Bob I understand your approach, and admire your courage, but yo...
Matt's 365 # 24. At the traffic light with the FedEx guy. He was juking and singing. Long light; I grabbed my Cybershot, took a hip shot through my window, not wanting to raise the camera to my eye to alert him, and got lucky. Each in his own world. I wondered what he was singing. Matt pM Exports-5...
- Sun Feb 25, 2018 1:05 pm
- Forum: Flowers & Plants Showcase
- Topic: Glowing Cactus Flower
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Beautifully done. Well composed, but the way you used the light to outline the thorns really makes them stand out in juxtaposition to to the delicate beauty of the flower.
- Sun Feb 25, 2018 1:02 pm
- Forum: ― Architecture Showcase
- Topic: The Original Cornish Pasty Company - Tempe, Az
- Replies: 2
- Views: 10
Nice study of place with those muted colors and great leading lines/vanishing point.