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Discussion in 'Image Quest' started by ReD, Sep 18, 2013.
Silver Civic Building 1
Nice start for Day 19, ReD
Sadly, mine was not.
That my poor Oly. Dropped it on the road, with its lens extended and facing down. Oddly, it still works. The cap isnt a good fit anymore though. I can no longer claim that none of my cameras have external dings
It's still the 18th here, but coming home from dinner late, I saw this GINORMOUS spider outside of the garage. So I'm taking off for the 19th and coasting on this shot from the 18th.
Hugh Jass Spider by Lukinosity, on Flickr
Whoa! The shadow really adds to the film noir feel. Gulp.
As I am sure I will not shoot any pictures on the 19th, and since it's almost midnight, here's another modern dance performance shot:
JPA by ramirezaponte, on Flickr
Thats not coasting, its great. Got a colour version?
It's all Cobbles from me today!
Cobbles! by Neiltluck, on Flickr
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Now that is stunning, Barrie. So, so subtle.
Thank you Neil, I appreciate that. It's certainly something I wouldn't have attempted but for this challenge. I was out earlier in pouring rain with my E-1, since it is waterproofed, and I can testify much better so than I was! I was attempting to capture the elements, but failed miserably. With a clearance this afternoon I spied that in the garden, so "be prepared" I guess, and go with the flow, or whatever :smile:
One I took on the 4th for the challenge.
Sedum in Hypertufa by rubyj29, on Flickr
September 19 Sedum Tn by rubyj29, on Flickr
At home in Talent, Oregon. Taken with my new (to me) LX7, recently acquired from Ray Sachs.
Self-portrait with Lumix by La Chachalaca Fotografía, on Flickr
Kayak Class-bw by Fin Azvandi, on Flickr
I have been meaning to stop by this closed car dealership for a long time. Finally got the chance today. Thanks to a kind security guard for letting grab a few shots before running me off!
Car in the window by donlaw200, on Flickr
Very cool! Is it a multiexposure, Don?
On the bright side, at least it still works... tough camera!