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    Matt, I have this friend. Hangs around on the west coast.

    Says he has a ' day job '. That send him to Waikiki beach.

    Says he shall show us birds in Paradise. On Waikiki.

    He then keeps all them bird shots for himself.

    I was waiting for them multi colored tits.

    Amongst luscious green foliage and sand.

    He sent me some bird shots. Yes. Grayscale.

    What about them birds. I was waiting for the tits.

    If my day job send me to Waikiki. I would work even at night. Just to
    go find them birds. Known to inhabit that island.

    What a bummer!!
    This guy knows what he's talking about! Plus One Matt! Great Set!

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    Ryan, Always A Treat To See Your Work Here & In The M Section!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    Matt, I have this friend. Hangs around on the west coast.

    Says he has a ' day job '. That send him to Waikiki beach.

    Says he shall show us birds in Paradise. On Waikiki.

    He then keeps all them bird shots for himself.

    I was waiting for them multi colored tits.

    Amongst luscious green foliage and sand.

    He sent me some bird shots. Yes. Grayscale.

    What about them birds. I was waiting for the tits.

    If my day job send me to Waikiki. I would work even at night. Just to
    go find them birds. Known to inhabit that island.

    What a bummer!!


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    Ryan, Always A Treat To See Your Work Here & In The M Section!!!
    Thanks Steve!

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    ' Would you like to try something ', sang the voice.

    ' for free, of course ' I heard music.

    I looked at my watch. Looked up at the voice.

    Looked at my watch again. Looked right, then left at the voice.

    ' I don't have much time ' I croaked.

    The voice looked up and down at me with pity.

    ' It won't take much time ', ' I am sure..I know '.

    ' I don't do such things ' I said, trying to keep some dignity.

    ' Chance of a lifetime ' sultry sound whispered.

    ' lead on ' I stuttered.

    ' follow me, monsieur ' said the maiden.


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    I love soft, pastel colors...so soothing..


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    rayyan - that is a killer shot! Love the PP. Great colors

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    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    I love soft, pastel colors...so soothing..
    That's a really interesting shot. Impressive colors. Not sure what I'm seeing, but if it were around here, someone might think they are looking at a Meth lab.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rsolti13 View Post

    rayyan - that is a killer shot! Love the PP. Great colors
    Ryan, a very big

    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post

    That's a really interesting shot. Impressive colors. Not sure what I'm seeing, but if it were around here, someone might think they are looking at a Meth lab.
    Lloyd, it is Ayesha's kitchen. I told her it was weird.
    Thank you for concurring.

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    Ryan, a very big



    Lloyd, it is Ayesha's kitchen. I told her it was weird.
    Thank you for concurring.
    Wow. Impressive. Sure beats what we have here in the mobile home park.

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    Yet another striking image, Rayyan. Wonderful texture, and brilliant color.

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    Yet another striking image, Rayyan. Wonderful texture, and brilliant color.
    Lloyd, thanks a lot my friend.

    Are you folks on summer time now?

    Regards.

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    Two more great photos, Rayyan. Excellent colours as usual
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    Lloyd, thanks a lot my friend.

    Are you folks on summer time now?

    Regards.
    Well, Spring-like, but not yet summer. We did get up to 65*F (~18C) one day this past week. Weird to have a foot on snow on Monday, and 65 by that Friday.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jorgen Udvang View Post
    Two more great photos, Rayyan. Excellent colours as usual
    Thanks Jorgen. Up early today?

    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Well, Spring-like, but not yet summer. We did get up to 65*F (~18C) one day this past week. Weird to have a foot on snow on Monday, and 65 by that Friday.
    Lloyd, I meant the clocks. Re: the temp. it has been very variable here the past few days. 2 days ago, took a shower and walked into a hail storm. Running fever now. So my time has gone haywire.

    Currently ( Fri morn 0245 it is 17C, very light breeze ). Our weekends are on
    Thurs and Fridays.

    Take care.

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    Thanks Jorgen. Up early today?



    Lloyd, I meant the clocks. Re: the temp. it has been very variable here the past few days. 2 days ago, took a shower and walked into a hail storm. Running fever now. So my time has gone haywire.

    Currently ( Fri morn 0245 it is 17C, very light breeze ). Our weekends are on
    Thurs and Fridays.

    Take care.
    Sorry to hear about the fever! Not good... I hope it passes soon.

    Yes, we're now on Daylight Savings Time, as of last weekend.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    I love soft, pastel colors...so soothing..

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    Very Nice Rayyan! Hope You Feel Better...

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    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    Matt, I have this friend. Hangs around on the west coast.

    Says he has a ' day job '. That send him to Waikiki beach.

    Says he shall show us birds in Paradise. On Waikiki.

    He then keeps all them bird shots for himself.

    I was waiting for them multi colored tits.

    Amongst luscious green foliage and sand.

    He sent me some bird shots. Yes. Grayscale.
    What about them birds. I was waiting for the tits.

    If my day job send me to Waikiki. I would work even at night. Just to
    go find them birds. Known to inhabit that island.

    What a bummer!!
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    This guy knows what he's talking about! Plus One Matt! Great Set!
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    Rayyan/Steve/Ryan: Thanks, I think? Somehow, I just wasn't inspired by the wildlife (indigenous and flown-in). Probably more of a failing in myself then the reality. I promise to make it up at some unforeseen time in the near, or distant, future. My sincere apology for my inexcusable, but probably expected, lack of action, and inability to capture truly representative images of Hawaii. My bad; mea culpa.

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    Rayyan: Great images! Get well.

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    Not Waikiki Beach. A reprocessed photo from several years ago and a new one that I overlooked. I'm editing, and assembling, the photos from this trip. Cheers, Matt

    1. D3; 200mm f/2; 1/200s @ f/5; ISO 900


    2. D3; 200mm f/2; 1/200s @ f/5; ISO 800


    And a B&W conversion:

    3. D3; 200mm f/2; 1/200s @ f/5; ISO 900


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    Nice to see something bare, er, I mean bear. Very kewl shots, Matt.

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    A night shot, walking, long exposure...


    Night Lights 2 by peterb666, on Flickr

    A non-walking shot...


    Laneways 4bw by peterb666, on Flickr

    Nikon D90 and Nikkor 10-24mm zoom.

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    Thanks Jorgen. Up early today?



    Lloyd, I meant the clocks. Re: the temp. it has been very variable here the past few days. 2 days ago, took a shower and walked into a hail storm. Running fever now. So my time has gone haywire.

    Currently ( Fri morn 0245 it is 17C, very light breeze ). Our weekends are on
    Thurs and Fridays.

    Take care.
    I don't consider 7 early, but yes, I am usually up early

    It's rather cold here btw. Night temperatures below 18 C. That's exceptional at this time of the year. It's supposed to be summer.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Nice to see something bare, er, I mean bear. Very kewl shots, Matt.
    Lloyd: Thanks.

    Quote Originally Posted by PeterB666 View Post
    A night shot, walking, long exposure...


    Night Lights 2 by peterb666, on Flickr

    A non-walking shot...

    Nikon D90 and Nikkor 10-24mm zoom.
    Peter: Both of these are very nice. I think the color and sense of movement in this one's terrific. The viewpoint really works, also.

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    "You looking at me?"

    D3; 200mm f/2; 1/200s @ f/5; ISO 1000


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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post

    And a B&W conversion:

    3. D3; 200mm f/2; 1/200s @ f/5; ISO 900


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    "You looking at me?"

    D3; 200mm f/2; 1/200s @ f/5; ISO 1000


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    This Series Is The Best!

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    Quote Originally Posted by PeterB666 View Post


    Laneways 4bw by peterb666, on Flickr

    Nikon D90 and Nikkor 10-24mm zoom.
    Awesome perspective & street Peter!

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    Sorry to hear about the fever! Not good... I hope it passes soon.

    Yes, we're now on Daylight Savings Time, as of last weekend.
    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    Very Nice Rayyan! Hope You Feel Better...
    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    Rayyan: Great images! Get well.

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    Thanks a lot guys. Ayesha gave me some meds from her kitchen..I am hyper now!!

    Best.

    Quote Originally Posted by Jorgen Udvang View Post
    I don't consider 7 early, but yes, I am usually up early

    It's rather cold here btw. Night temperatures below 18 C. That's exceptional at this time of the year. It's supposed to be summer.
    Jorgen..Yes, I guess time has a different meaning when one is retired!!

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    Not Waikiki Beach. A reprocessed photo from several years ago and a new one that I overlooked. I'm editing, and assembling, the photos from this trip. Cheers, Matt

    And a B&W conversion:
    Cheers, Matt

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    "You looking at me?"
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    Matt, Lloyd said it best..bare necessities. I was thinking of the ' jungle book '!!

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    Hey Gents. Did I mention I love the D700? It's exactly the right size. Very glad to have ended up with it. Now if I could just get off the property long enough to shoot something other than the pond!

    Still, longer days, melting ice and open water is very welcome. Cheers!

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    Thanks a lot guys. Ayesha gave me some meds from her kitchen..I am hyper now!!

    Best.
    Good news. Hope the upward trend continues. Ayesha is amazing on so many levels, and now there's that magic kitchen too. I bet she could whip up something that could make us all feel better, eh?

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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    "You looking at me?"

    D3; 200mm f/2; 1/200s @ f/5; ISO 1000


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    Wow. Great shot Matt. So, how did you respond to that question?

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    Quote Originally Posted by PeterB666 View Post
    A night shot, walking, long exposure...

    A non-walking shot...


    Laneways 4bw by peterb666, on Flickr

    Nikon D90 and Nikkor 10-24mm zoom.
    Very nice Peter. I particularly like this one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TRSmith View Post
    Hey Gents. Did I mention I love the D700? It's exactly the right size. Very glad to have ended up with it. Now if I could just get off the property long enough to shoot something other than the pond!

    Still, longer days, melting ice and open water is very welcome. Cheers!

    Tim

    I think you may have mentioned something about it Tim. But not to worry, you're among friends (and fellow fans), mention away all you'd like.

    Very nice shots. The last one is full of color and abstracty goodness!

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    I think you may have mentioned something about it Tim. But not to worry, you're among friends (and fellow fans), mention away all you'd like.

    Very nice shots. The last one is full of color and abstracty goodness!
    Thanks Lloyd! mind if I use "Abtracty Goodness" as a title for a series?

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    Thanks Lloyd! mind if I use "Abtracty Goodness" as a title for a series?
    Not my original, I'm afraid. Go for it.

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    Nice shot ray!!


    Not any of these dishes left as far as I can tell at least onsite my friend is going to render one


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    Rayyan: Undoubtedly Ayesha's philter did work wonders - so you should relay our acknowledgment for your convalescence and the impressing pictures you posted recently to her !

    Matt: I like your portrait of the bear so much - everybody likes teddy bears - but didn't that VR work really reliably??


    Yeah, I grokked you guys aren't utterly thrilled by those minimalist interior architectural pictures, so I'll keep adequate supplies coming . Since I still trust in those views simply take some getting used to ...


    So a few more from "BMW World" for your pleasure:


    Both D 700, 14 - 24 mm/2.8G @ 14 mm & f/4




    D 700, 14 - 24 mm/2.8G @ 24 mm & f/4




    Hope you like it (nevertheless) and thanks for your interest.
    Last edited by contrelamontre; 18th March 2011 at 14:47. Reason: typo ...
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    exquisite!!

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    Rayyan, Steve, Ryan, Matt: Thanks a lot, gentlemen, for your kind words and comments, really much appreciated!
    Best regards - Hermann

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    Quote Originally Posted by TRSmith View Post
    Hey Gents. Did I mention I love the D700? It's exactly the right size. Very glad to have ended up with it. Now if I could just get off the property long enough to shoot something other than the pond!

    Still, longer days, melting ice and open water is very welcome. Cheers!

    Tim
    Tim: Particularly like the second one - nice reflections! And that D 700 is a gem ...
    Best regards - Hermann

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    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    Matt, Lloyd said it best..bare necessities. I was thinking of the ' jungle book '!!
    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Wow. Great shot Matt. So, how did you respond to that question?
    Lloyd/Rayyan/Steve: Gentlemen, Thanks!

    Lloyd: It turned and swam away. I've some pictures of it when it came out of the water. It was shaking it off like a dog.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TRSmith View Post
    Hey Gents. Did I mention I love the D700? It's exactly the right size. Very glad to have ended up with it. Now if I could just get off the property long enough to shoot something other than the pond!

    Still, longer days, melting ice and open water is very welcome. Cheers!

    Tim

    Tim: These are really great! Excellent IQ. I wish that i still had my D700. It is exactly the right size (IMHO). I'll probably be waiting too long for the D800.

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    Rayyan: Very cool. A lot of different elements to look at in this photo. Splendid IQ.

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    The past and the future in one shot. Very nice.

    Quote Originally Posted by viablex1 View Post
    Not any of these dishes left as far as I can tell at least onsite my friend is going to render one

    Very kewl find, Matto. I'll have to see if I can find a little piece of china I found about 38 years ago in some ruins. If I do, I'll send you a pic. Kinda interesting.

    Quote Originally Posted by contrelamontre View Post
    Yeah, I grokked you guys aren't utterly thrilled by those minimalist interior architectural pictures, so I'll keep adequate supplies coming . Since I still trust in those views simply take some getting used to ...

    So a few more from "BMW World" for your pleasure:

    D 700, 14 - 24 mm/2.8G @ 24 mm & f/4


    Hope you like it (nevertheless) and thanks for your interest.
    Very nice Hermann. That BMW world looks to be quite the place.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TRSmith View Post
    Hey Gents. Did I mention I love the D700? It's exactly the right size. Very glad to have ended up with it. Now if I could just get off the property long enough to shoot something other than the pond!

    Still, longer days, melting ice and open water is very welcome. Cheers!

    Tim



    Glad your liking the D700 Tim! This is Beautiful!

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    Now Thats Some Focused Fun! Processing & Color Are At Maximum Standards Too Rayyan!

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    Matt: I like your portrait of the bear so much - everybody likes teddy bears - but didn't that VR work really reliably??


    Yeah, I grokked you guys aren't utterly thrilled by those minimalist interior architectural pictures, so I'll keep adequate supplies coming . Since I still trust in those views simply take some getting used to ...
    So a few more from "BMW World" for your pleasure:
    Both D 700, 14 - 24 mm/2.8G @ 14 mm & f/4


    Hope you like it (nevertheless) and thanks for your interest.
    Hermann: Thanks you! The VR was generally reliable. The photographer wasn't.

    I'm a big fan of minimalist architectural interiors! I really like what you've been posting.

    DavidE on the Leica M Photo thread also posts some very cool WA modern architectural interiors. His are usually from Las Vegas; so, often "more is more" is the mantra.

    Cheers, Matt

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