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Discussion in 'Image Quest' started by theoldsmithy, Dec 20, 2013.
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DSC00413-Edit-Edit-3.jpg by theoldsmithy, on Flickr
trip money ie rupees
Great DoF control on that one.
Love these mugs. Keeps cold drinks cold for hours, they say 10 but it probably varies depending on how much ice you have in it. It also keeps hot drinks hot for up to 4 hours. I mainly use mine for water and I have had ice water in mine right before I went to bed and woke up in the morning and it was still ice cold.
decemberdoodads2-6 by woody112704, on Flickr
As a kid in high school in the early 90's, the Ibanez SDGR (soundgear) was THE bass to have for under $300. Played ok, sounded ok, held up well.
So I haven't participated at all this month, but that bass gave me an idea. A shot of the heel of my acoustic...
I did the math today at work. It's almost Christmas. It was in the 30's, with rain turning to ice with dropping temperatures in the forecast. I wanted to get out to photograph lights at dusk, but I may not get the chance, so I gave it a shot tonight. The peacock-in-lights was utterly disappointing, but I'm sort of pleased with this homage to the movie, A Christmas Story.
"Fra...gi...le!" by rubyj29, on Flickr
Kodak made the Kodak Jr camera roughly between 1914 and 1927. A friend of mine has one from close to 1920, give or take, and it moves around from place to place in his house. Today....it was in the bathroom.
Kodak Jr by La Chachalaca Fotografía, on Flickr
Illumination by julie | anne, on Flickr
Lovely photo of a cool camera! A friend of mine had a similar camera he showed me back in the 70's. It focused by sliding the "bellows" in and out - looks like this one does too? Amazing little machine!