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Discussion in 'Image Quest' started by pniev, Oct 9, 2013.
The last rose in the garden
Not shot today, not even nearly
Tiny Wave by kyte50, on Flickr
Well, when it comes to glorious Fall colors...there's almost nothing that can beat the small-town festivities in my hometown of Talent, Oregon, when the Harvest Festival rolls around - pumpkins are larger, apple cider positively glows in the cider presses, and the local ladies put on their finery to participate in the annual parade down Main Street...
Waving Ladies by La Chachalaca Fotografía, on Flickr
Taken this very morning.
running in the park by clearbluesky44, on Flickr
here's the golden glow of a VOX tube amp (with a very mild HDR treatment)
The VOX by Lukinosity, on Flickr
Long Lake Regional Park in New Brighton, Minnesota:
late on the river by cbmn, on Flickr
Taken last night with the Olympus E-1, grandfather to micro-four-thirds and the first four-thirds camera.
Oh hell yes.
But you need a pedal board, my man. 4 kinds of OSHA hazards down on that floor.
On Day 9, I estimated the leaf change process to be about 30% of the way along in Cambridge.
Vespa by Marlof Bregonje, on Flickr
Add to that - most guitar tube amps have the input 12AX7 grid in-series to a 68k grid resistor to the user. 12AX7 Plate gets fed to +300Vdc through a 100k plate resistor. Plate to grid distance within the tube is maybe a tenth of an inch? If the plate and grid short, let's see 300V/168k => 1.7mA at 300V to the user? Luckily, I've never heard of plate to grid shorts.
Gold in the Graveyard, Windlesham
The Cemetery SC Golden October by christilou1, on Flickr
You think that's bad, you should see the actual wiring for the building. Check out that crazy looking mess behind the bass player.
bass player and bare wires by Lukinosity, on Flickr
Three from late yesterday's walk... colours great here but will last only another 10 days or so.
At least it's just low voltage data wire. -whew-
Dried Maple Leaves
'Just off a bike trail near where we live. Fuji XF-1, ISO 200, from a JPEG, processed in LR5 and Color Efex Pro 4.
. . . David
Hung some Halloween lights tonight. Played around with my DSLR and a lensbaby.
Halloween Lights by donlaw200, on Flickr
Ah, we have the firetrucks in Henry, IL, where I live - every year we bring out our original one, from 1928 I believe, for the Fourth of July parade. But here you have us beat!
If that's the case, it's a good thing it's not in South Park with Kenny in the same room! (I know all I know about electricity is if you flip the switch something usually turns on, I know less about audio equipment, and not much more about South Park - but I have to get my little joke in. Some people!)