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Discussion in 'V.C.'s Parlor' started by duceditor, Sep 6, 2018.
My Image of the day
Going from contrasty, gritty and moody, all the way to... "Pretty in Pink"
Some folks summer salmon fishin' at the river.
The heat is on … for a few days anyway.
Central air conditioning is keeping it comfortable.
My Image of the Day
The feral houses thing is amazing. That picture where you can see the bigger houses they are imitating is pure gold.
One more from today
"Near and Far"
"Clover and Wire"
Had some fun today with my image for the day project.
First I got up early and grabbed this...
"The Sun Rises Across the Way"
Then I had some 'art history' fun with this...
"Another Visit from Vince"
One more for today
"Sun Streaming Through"
I love working with the flow of light. Ever changing. A riff, if you will, for the eyes.
My Telemaster along with its roomy, an Epiphone Special II:
The Tele is over a year old now and all that TruOil(43 coats!) is taking on a kind of caramel hue that looks better with the passage of time.
Rebuilding after Hurricane Harvey.
Pic that I snapped when I was out fishing on the boat with my wife’s grandpa down at the NC coast this summer on vacation in Brunswick County. Always love seeing the old fishing boats out there.
^^ cool picture.
Went for some simple things with my 'Images of the Day' today.
"In the Heart of the Bramble"
And "The Rock"
And one more from today
"Little, Little Pink Flowers"
My Image of the Day is actually an older one -- 'in camera' as it were for a good number of years, but 'processed' today.
"A Study in Light and Dark"
And a 2nd Image of the Day
"NH Rt. 137"
Frankly the above is what drew me to where I live as much as anything. Back roads!
When I lived in Boston for many years I'd awaken early on weekend morns and head north. After maybe an hour and a half or more I'd get to where the roads were worth driving, and NH Rt. 137 was among my very favorites.
Now to get to where this photo was taken I simply turn left at the end of my driveway and drive on an inself lovely two laner past forests and horse farms for a couple of miles, turn left and I'm where this photo was taken. A not atypical road for the area, but just a bit more curvy.
Here's a vid of another portion of that same road. NH 137.
I was gonna take a flower pic but my guitar got in the way.