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@ A Y, that spot has really interesting light. to bad one of the girl's head's is in a shadow.

On another note: finally got Silverfast to install without dvd drive, time to scan the bluriest of them all:

 

Really excellent framing. I think I would have missed the upper part, which makes it much more interesting.

Pity the focus is off. Definitely a keeper if you can correct this somehow.

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Burning Sky



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Really excellent framing. I think I would have missed the upper part, which makes it much more interesting.
Pity the focus is off. Definitely a keeper if you can correct this somehow.

Thanks, it was a bit of a quick shot and I accidentally focused on the sign in the back thinking the aperture was still around 8ish but apperently it was wide open for some reason. Good enough for web though.

And here we have a door:


Edited by Laurens - 10/18/13 at 3:30pm
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This is the dominant alpha cat of the neighbourhood, and with dominant I mean a cat that is feared by every dog and human alike, when this cat is chilling on your bonnet, you won't drive to work that day, when he pisses on your face, you take it. He must have impregnated every single pussy in a one mile radius. I'm the only one he tolerates getting even near to him. We simply call him: 'Redcat.'

Minolta Dynax 7000i, 35-80mm and Kodak Gold 200 that expired nearly two decades ago.



Metroman:

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That must be a city alley cat. It wouldn't last five minutes in my neck of the woods. If the neighborhood dogs didn't get it the real area feral cats would.
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haven't been on in a while, this semester, working a real job, and family has been crazy. A few playing with shadows at the park





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Nice light, IC.
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Thanks it was that glowing early morning light smile.gif
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A recent picture from my journey to New Zealand (there are a few more on my flickr, but I still have hundreds to go through.)

Time to Reflect - Lake Matheson, Mount Cook, Mount Tasman, Fox Glacier, New Zealand by Geee Kay, on Flickr
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http://www.flickr.com/photos/grantyoungphotography/8353841918/

 

http://www.flickr.com/photos/grantyoungphotography/8550389858/

 

http://www.flickr.com/photos/grantyoungphotography/8676928154/

 

http://www.flickr.com/photos/grantyoungphotography/8960530963/

 

Apparently you can't embed links here to show the image directly?

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More long exposure infrared since it's Halloween. I wonder how this guy felt as everyone evaporated in front of him? LOL.


Last Man Standing by DYSong Photography, on Flickr
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A recent picture from my journey to New Zealand (there are a few more on my flickr, but I still have hundreds to go through.) Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

great shot! I absolutely love NZ. I have a similar shot from Cradle Mountain/Lake on the north island.
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Burning Sky
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where is this Crane?
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where is this Crane?

About two blocks from the store in beautiful Williamsburg MO.

Here's something that's not seen everyday, they're pretty rare. This is either a Supralateral or 46 degree Sun Arc.

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