Hi, Jim. TR, this is one heck of a photo!
Anything worth doing, is worth over doing! Here's a few more from yesterday's Kiddie Parade. We had to look twice at the girl in the second photo. She looks just like our daughter at that age wearing the same school uniform. Cheers, Matt
1. D3s; 70-300mm VRII; 300mm; 1/200s @ f/11; ISO 200
2. D3s; 70-300mm VRII; 125mm; 1/160s @ f/10; ISO 200
3. D3s; 70-300mm VRII; 300mm; 1/125s @ f/9; ISO 200
4. D3s; 70-300mm VRII; 300mm; 1/200s @ f/11; ISO 200
5. D3s; 70-300mm VRII; 300mm; 1/160s @ f/10; ISO 200
and also the two little silverqueens and the little yellow shirt fellow watching, priceless
Back in town
Great stuff guys, still have to explore in-depth the last couple of pages...
Tim: Jim's adorable, and i love the subtle, delicate light in the lighthouse.
Another case of your "elegantly understated" style. It's not easy -and beautiful.
Agreed on the Escheresque comment about Steen's building.
Rayyan's Stocholm is a continuing eye candy... here or on the M board.
You take us there, in images and words.
And Matt, flowers, parades, children, musicians and glistening instruments... all nice. The pink sweethearts above are so cute. The guitar player series's great, too. Did you Rayyanned her? You're getting better and better at the exercise. Funny that Steve (for once? ) focused on the hand... i must admit i could have been enthralled by some other -and more OOF- features.
(btw, just noticed your answer about the b&w processing (saw player). Not sure i got it right, but the results are, again, extremely good).
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Rayyan: looks like Bhaktapur?
Jorgen, Lloyd, Corlan, Steve... Thanks for your encouragement! I'm always honored to hang with you guys.
rayyan: as Lloyd, Osman and Corlan have already said, the color and light in your pottery shot from Bakhtapur in Nepal is truly amazing !
And that goes for the last one too, perhaps from the same place ?
(Thank you all for your kind words about my kayak'ish architecture shot).
Tim, interesting superposition. Don't know if it enhances the Cars or Wall-E trait of the Coke opener, but it's sure a lot of fun.
Laughing is good! Thanks gents.
Thanks a lot folks.
My company asked where we would like to hold our annual meeting that year.
Our international partners each had a suggestion. Bangkok won out, overwhelmingly!
So while the Dutch, German and English went to the motor track aka Jorgen,
I went my way.
A few from that outing...
They went searching for the D-max sponsors , I went for spiritual nourishment. I did have a beautiful guide, though.