Peely, I could be wrong but its technically 24 hours since last submission. I submit one a day most days, but at about the same time, most days. Of course, this could be just a rumor!
where there’s smoke there’s forum fire
Fuji X100 - post in LR4
Bit of an early start to catch day 5 of the olympic torch relay, but worth it for the great crowds and atmosphere currently in Bristol, 5.54AM the torch came out for this picture (it's in the middle of the crowd), but they are heading up to the Clifton Suspension Bridge later (Designed by Isambard Kingdom Brunel), which should have some spectacular shots.
Wow, this is nice stuff....
Here is a shot through the windshield at 6:30 AM called Morning Fog
And, as I look at the others more.....the Fuji camera line looks very tempting....from someone who owned a Canon 7 in the old days.....
@TaoTeJared: Very nice colors
@Peely22: Very nice contrasts, are they posing or did you came across these people?
@Juergen: thank you! Love the reflection of the bug and nice sharp!
@Bland: Great colors!
Here's another fly from the macro set. Next picture will be a portrait of the daughter of a friend of mine :)
Exposure 0.005 sec (1/200)
Focal Length 90 mm
ISO Speed 320
What an amazing shot Yeti, so barren and beautiful.
A shot from a local area last night - the light was amazing as the sun set. Shot with my trusty 18-105 just before it seized up!
D7000 18-105@75 f8 1/250 ISO400
@ boemboem love the dof on this marco sublime!
@ yeti namibia is beautiful place your shots definatley capture it well!
@ TaoTeJared love this! trying to decide if this is a statue or a real life person lol
I apologize for this running a bit early, but I'm going to be dancing until 3:30 in the morning and will miss out on sharing Iceland stuffs. It's been a rough day (witnessed two collisions, then caught a nail in the work truck tire, then hit a deer which limped off into the woods, couldn't be found, and is probably dead in someone's back yard) so this much dancing is probably needed. Anywho, here's a farm just north of Akureyri.
D7000 - AF-S 16-35mm f/4G VR - 16mm - f/8 - ISO 100 - 1/400sec
El_Pick, at least all that stuff happened at once, rather than being spread over several days. Now you have nothing but happiness to look forward to. Nice image.
El Pickerel, I thought it is pretty brave to go out after the day has started like that :) - Enjoy and stay healthy!
'wanted to throw in a somewhat different picture: Usually I am not a big flower photographer, but I ran through our living room and the deep sun lit just a small portion of this orchid and gave a shadow background. The light is more the subject than the flower - hope you like it:
Nikon D300S | Nikkor 16-85mm @65mm | ISO 400 | 1/500s | f/8
Unbelievable shots... True talent demonstrated by each and everyone... This is not unique in any way or manner, it just makes me smile, sometimes a small shuckle...Matches and Fuel is the title :)
Very nice Tao. I like the candid shot Peely.
D7000 Nikon 70-300mm VR @ 70mm f/9 1/250 ISO 125
Now I want to visit Prague and Namibia.
Superb TaoTeRajed, hard to do better, great Flickr BTW.
Same setup as before with 70-200 + TC-20E III, No PP beside a bit of cropping, I find it too soft, if only I could carry a monster 600 mm.
Pierre, nice capture of the Heron. Where I live, it is very difficult to get closer than say 50-60 yards, so a nice image of a heron in a natural environment I know is difficult.
PAD continues to be a showcase of great shots... Here is a snapshot, taken out the window yesterday in Wausau, Wisconsin, USA, the cars moving about 30 mph (48 kph).... grabbed the camera and set the FPS to 9... 1/125 sec at f/5.6 24-120mmVR Nikkor on D4 at 82mm. highly cropped...
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