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Discussion in 'Image Quest' started by Jules, Dec 10, 2013.
Tangible Reminder by julie | anne, on Flickr
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Through a Lens Blurringly No 2
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20131203-20131203-IMG_7184 by wt2100, on Flickr
Day 10 - Mad Science v2:
The body of the guitar headstock I posted a couple days ago.
Decemberdoodads-2 by woody112704, on Flickr
An outdoor doodad. A bit of deer fur caught on some barbed wire. I often see groups jumping this fence from a newly stationary car.
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13 Pound House Ball by whiskyvictor, on Flickr
Nikkor 50/1.4 @3200ISO no luminance noise removal, a little colour noise eliminated
Does a 13 pound 10 pin ball (barely used here... we bowl 5 pin) count as a doo-dad?
I need to mount my Distagon 28/2.8... I think its minimum focus distance is closer in than most of my current lenses.
Works for me...
Are those magnets? I love floating magnets. Mine weren't cool colors - they were recycled out of refrigerators.
"The bowling ball, not the whole bowling alley," - yes, it counts! And a beautiful bowling ball it is, too!
Well seen! But, should I congratulate you on your cleverness in choice of a stationary car as a blind, or offer my condolences on a formerly mobile auto that has changed its ways?
How can I be so far behind on a thread whose theme I suggested myself? *sigh.*
I give you a gift from a dear, deceased friend. Because sometimes a human being just has to say, "Gort, Klaatu barada nikto!"
Sometimes Ya Just Gotta Say - by rubyj29, on Flickr
Processed in Lightroom using one of Inspired Eye's Elixir Color presets. Not what Don and Olivier had in mind when they devised them, I'm sure, but once you send your child off on its way, there's no telling where it will go! http://www.theinspiredeye.net/
A tiny junk metal sculpture of a horse's head, gracing the cash register of my local small-town pizzeria.
It may be tiny....but it still has (to me at least) the strong feeling of a horse.
And as Winston Churchill said, There is something about the outside of a horse that is good for the inside of a man.”
Horse's Head by La Chachalaca Fotografía, on Flickr
Congratulations on stoppping the car before the deer did.
Heartfelt congratulations for that!
Yup - they are pretty cool to play with.
I keep coming back to look at this photograph. It's really a great image.