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Discussion in 'V.C.'s Parlor' started by duceditor, Sep 6, 2018.
B&W's are always cool looking. Cheers, Barrie.
I borrowed a Minox “spy camera” from the camera store I was working at, to try it out. I’ve never actually seen these images since I shot them, in... 1997? ‘98 at the latest... The store’s lab could process the film, but not actually print the negs because they’re the size of my 2-year-old’s fingernails.
My Image for Today
Caught in the wind, with the sun right behind it, this got my imagination soaring right along with it in its red-striped glory.
I love this B&W stuff from ... the last millenium
Very nice Don … seems to capture so much in a single image. Cheers, Barrie.
We've been seeing some amazing weather here. Changing almost by the minute. Radical changes day to day. And my camera has been as glad as I!
One of these was put in-camera last evening. The other this morning. Both shot without me even leaving the porch. So delightful!
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A few from late this afternoon as the fog crept in. In our marine environment at this time of year, clear skies often produce low elevation fog.
All pics taken on my property at Las Palmas Norte. Cheers, Barrie.
Looks like brush strokes across the sky … nice!
Too cold for outdoor px today (minus 5 f!), so I played around with an image from my Music Room.
Fun. But now I want to play!
Not a my best image, but here is one of the Lunar Eclipse last night. To cold to say out very long!
This was about 10 last night. With the snow I have never seen nighttime that bright. NVGs don't count.
I enjoy the sun rising.
Funny how various photos can somehow speak to us.
This morning I took a panorama photo -- one I'd casually taken with my iphone last week while walking back to the house from the mailbox -- and edited it down so it'd fit for use as my Facebook "Cover Photo."
It's a simple shot, but I think may be my favorite pic I ever took of my home and the reason for that is simple: It, itself, captures the quiet and peaceful solitude of the life I so cherish living here.
Pictures have power in all sorts of ways. Utter simplicity is certainly one of them.