Discussion in 'Image Quest' started by kyteflyer, Sep 19, 2013.
On the home stretch now...
Open Door by kyte50, on Flickr
My brother, who was a salesman for a while, said, "the hardest door to get through, is your own front door". :smile:
LOL Steve. Not going to say which door this is
Tank Detail, Lacon, IL.
They're ahead of us in the local arms race. Henry has a torpedo and a Spanish American War cannon. Lacon has a tank.
Tank Detail, Thumbnail by rubyj29, on Flickr
JPA by ramirezaponte, on Flickr
Took this while strolling along the Black River Pond.
Another piece of splendidity, Yeats.
Beautiful tones and light.
One of the last hot afternoons of a late summer yesterday, and i used the old heavy duty electric fan which my mother gave me. But now it is resting...
Fan by La Chachalaca Fotografía, on Flickr
Nothing from me today, as I won't have a chance to get the camera fired up, so I'll throw and older one in if I may...
DSCF9531_Snapseed-Edit-Edit-Edit by Neiltluck, on Flickr
Quite remarkable - collage of leaves
Really enjoying your JPA series, Antonio. Excellent work
Just lovely, Chris!
And now, after iOS 7, the new Windows...
Windows 2013 par Lightmancer, on ipernity
I'm not crazy about this one (another example of the camera not seeing the way the eyes and mind do), but it's all I got yesterday...
Downtown, across Lake Monona by Fin Azvandi, on Flickr
The things you'll find when opening a box in a kid's room:
Treasure chest by Marlof Bregonje, on Flickr
Marching to Royal Parade
Some straight reportage today, from about 3.5 hours ago. To mark the 50th anniversary of the Royal Navy being granted the freedom of the City of Plymouth a contingent of some 500 Royal Navy and Marine personnel today marched from the Royal Citadel to Royal parade in the city centre. Here the band of the Royal Marines leads the parade off from the citadel.
Yes, thanks, I hear that all the time from the ladies as I walk down the street: "There goes that piece of splendidity, Yeats."
Nice textures. Nice tones. Nice photograph.
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