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    ending day. Leica S with 24mm



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    My feet hurt looking at this
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    My *****cles hurt looking at it!
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    I just almost retched with fear, I've got vertigo...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nathan W. Lediard View Post
    My feet hurt looking at this
    Well, it was not a hard shot, you just have to lean your body far enough over the edge. That is somewhere between getting the rim out of view and not letting gravity take over.

    Actually, I am scared of heights and my palms still sweat when I think about the shot. On many levels, it is a once and a lifetime picture. Although, I have three frames with different composition, but no backeting. Since sobering up (would you do this sober?), I would never try this again, at least without a net. I like the image, but a dumb move--I did not think folks would understand how I was standing. You can try this at home, but not in the field.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tsjanik View Post
    Interesting formation of ice, wind-blown snow and sand near the shore of Lake Erie. I see a bird of prey.*

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    * Mal, you might like this.


    20140129_0167 by tsjanik47, on Flickr
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    I do find this interesting but I want to crop it, so that fantastic form in the foreground becomes ambiguous and even more engaging as the viewer tries to work out what it is.

    We are all striving to get another person to pause over our images and soak them in before moving on in this busy world we inhabit - Hey only my take - others will see it differently.


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    This image inspires me - those big splashes of yellow in the foreground, the soft form of the headland in the background.

    I want to look over the edge past the flowers and see the waves crashing onto the obscured shoreline. So I want to include a second image of the foreshore into my (well actually your image) image so I have flowers, foreshore then mountains -

    Thank you for getting my imagination fired up.

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    This image inspires me - those big splashes of yellow in the foreground, the soft form of the headland in the background.

    I want to look over the edge past the flowers and see the waves crashing onto the obscured shoreline. So I want to include a second image of the foreshore into my (well actually your image) image so I have flowers, foreshore then mountains -

    Thank you for getting my imagination fired up.

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    From a trip to Paris/Versailles..


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    One man and his tractor...

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    Mountain goat, El Torcal de Antequera.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Shashin View Post
    I have the urge to jump ... But with a parachute.
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    I like trees. They come in different shapes and sizes. Sometimes they have a massive beutiful color garb or is graceful bear naked.


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    IQ180, SK 72L cropped

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    Gulfoss: (Warning: not MF, D800e/300mm)
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    Quote Originally Posted by etrump View Post
    IQ180, SK 72L cropped

    Skogarfoss:


    Gulfoss: (Warning: not MF, D800e/300mm)
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    These images seem like a departure from many of yours I have admired in the past.

    Here I savour an almost abstract quality - you may have done this a 1000 times before but like everything you post - they are interesting quality images.


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    Thank you Mal. I'll occasionally dip my toe into the abstract pool now and then. Mainly when I cannot get the light I usually look for.
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    Hasselblad H4D-40 HCD 28 f8 3seconds iso 100 4 shot stitch

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    Piraeus. Mamiya AFDIII, ZD back, 35mm:


    Setting sun reflecting on waves, Piraeus. Mamiya AFDIII, ZD back, 120mm:

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    Lovely, Will - I love the rock tones in this entire series of yours. But it's a shame about the swastika (?) grafitti in the middle. Or were you deliberately centering on it to show how incongruous it is?

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    Quote Originally Posted by tsjanik View Post
    Interesting formation of ice, wind-blown snow and sand near the shore of Lake Erie. I see a bird of prey.*

    Tom

    * Mal, you might like this.


    20140129_0167 by tsjanik47, on Flickr
    Tom, I see the bird too. I dig your vision. But then IIRC, you were one of the few that confirmed the angry gnome that I saw in Bill's hoar ice

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    Mamiya 645 AFDIII, ZD back, 80mm:

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    Leica S and S45CS ..f8,32sec and iso 100
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    the Hopi, Dakota and Navaho in the american southwest, among many, many others, used that symbol from way back. unfortunately, it now has some unacceptable associations.
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    Lovely, Will - I love the rock tones in this entire series of yours. But it's a shame about the swastika (?) grafitti in the middle. Or were you deliberately centering on it to show how incongruous it is?

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    Ray, the swastika is a petroglyph made well before the Third Reich came into being. As Jim pointed out, it is a common symbol with native people. The Hopi use the symbol to represent their migration story. The Navajo (Dineh) use in it healing ceremonies. It is a very common symbol in Asia as well--commonly as a representation of the four rivers of the world emanating from the central mountain of the world. You will find Buddhist temples in Japan use this. They also have in on their maps to denote a temple rather than neo-NAZI groups.
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    what is the story on the tats?????

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    I was back in my home country of England for Christmas and took the opportunity to reignite an old passion - British steam railways. The Foxfield Railway, in Staffordshire, used to operate from a coal mine up gradients of 1:19 to connect with a nearby main line. These days the mine is closed and the railway is run by volunteers for the sheer pleasure of it.

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    My favourite shot of the lot this one:

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    This final shot is a slight cheat on this forum, because it's taken with a D800E (I didn't want the steam to blur too much, so needed a shorter exposure, which needed a higher ISO). All shots above are 645D though...

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    AFD2, Aptus 22, c1pro, photoshop
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    Very impressive shots Ed. It must be really neat to stand there as these steam locomotives go by. I've always wanted to take a ride on the White Pass & Yukon steam locomotive railway (out of Skagway, Alaska). Someday....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shashin View Post
    Ray, the swastika is a petroglyph made well before the Third Reich came into being. As Jim pointed out, it is a common symbol with native people. The Hopi use the symbol to represent their migration story. The Navajo (Dineh) use in it healing ceremonies. It is a very common symbol in Asia as well--commonly as a representation of the four rivers of the world emanating from the central mountain of the world. You will find Buddhist temples in Japan use this. They also have in on their maps to denote a temple rather than neo-NAZI groups.
    Will & Jim, many thanks for this information! It's so much more than a mere photography forum

    It wouldn't be the first time an ancient and innocuous nature symbol was adopted by an evil right-wing movement. The sturdy elephant/mammoth, for example, appears in cave paintings...and was adopted by a certain political party in the US...

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    so was the jackass....

    a damn fine animal by the way.
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