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Discussion in 'V.C.'s Parlor' started by duceditor, Sep 6, 2018.
Same location, 6 hours later.
"In the Style of an Old Tinted Woodcut"
"As the Sun Set Thru the Woods"
"As Red Turns to Brown"
"Color, Shape, Pattern, and Texture"
Earlier on I made a request that we keep this thread focused on images, not interests.
A member quite fairly asked, 'but aren't these photos (of motorcycles, remote control cars and the like) images?' And of course they were.
Which raises the question -- and gets back to my request re the thread's theme -- is this a photo of "leaves"? Or of what I have titled it?
To some the distinction is likely unimportant-- maybe even silly. To others of us though, it is fundamentally important.
To some such is a rather new thought. To others it is the type of "argument" (in its meaning regarding logic, not debate) that makes a day interesting.
As you may imagine, I lean strongly towards the later.
Have fun if you will, guys. But be nice.
Went out for a hike this morning:
My wife got this photo of some unusual fungus along one of our trails in the woods a few minutes ago. According to Wikipedia, it's Clavaria zollingeri, commonly known as violet coral or magenta coral.
"Just That Type of a Day"
"Still Hangin' In"
"Light of Day"
Funny how one can live in a place for close to twenty years and still have the thrill of fresh viewpoints -- seeing "new" things.
Maybe that's really why I like doing photography so much. It encourages me to see -- to not accept anything as boring and familiar.
For instance here -- a slight panoramic shot of our Great Room as seen from the library loft.
Would'a been even better if the fireplace was blazing!
Looking at Kentucky from a bridge over the Ohio River.