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    nice stuff looks like you got a case pf the Phukets..nice processing as usual.

    some from the weekend they were on fire out here!!!


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    Charlie from Kansas city


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    Bootsy the dog!!


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    GREAT stuff, Matto! I really love that next to last one!

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    Hey thanks Lloyd I think it was like 2500 ISO, wish I had a D3s out there.

    I also got to take a pic of him and his children with my chamonix 4X5 and my new schneider 305mm lens, some serious bellows draw!!

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    Tres Kewl. You gonna post that one in the LF thread?

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    Lapland Pond in the south eastern Adirondacks, where I spent the weekend. Just a hint of the leaves changing -- seems kind of late in the year and things are still primarily green!

    Conrad



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    I'm buried at work but found this fellow lounging on the back porch this morning. He's clearly not shy when it comes to color.

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    Matt, #'s 1 & 3 for me...Groovin!

    Conrad, Beautiful Color & Comp!

    Tim, Vibrant Bugger! Nice!

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    Fall is country fair time.

    Making pizza at the fair:



    Big boy!



    And our porch pumpkin:


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    Beautiful photo

    Quote Originally Posted by TRSmith View Post
    Fall is country fair time.

    Making pizza at the fair:



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    Thanks Jorgen!

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    Nice set Tim. I like Bessy the Cow.

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    Shiny things!





    Yumm!!!!

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    Conrad: Nice to see some Fall color.

    Tim: Those shots are flat gorgeous. Really.

    Tanegashima: I like those shiny things. Great to have you posting here.

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    Thank you Lloyd. And you too Steve, although I think it might be "Brutus"ónot "Bessie".

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    Thanks, Lloyd

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    More from the International Ballet Festival









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    Excellent, Carlos

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    Yup, what Jorgen said. Very nice.

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    So Elegant Carlos!

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    ROCK ON!!

    My grandson on his 4th birthday - taken with an older model coolpix.
    I wish I had not left my 3000 home.

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    That is so cool Conrad! An image to look back on in 10 years time with a smile!

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    Thanks Steve - I love the pic.

    As grandpa, I'm not too proud.

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    cool shot ^^


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    Wow!!! That is smokin', Matto!!

    BTW, Conrad. Cool shot of the grandson.

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    thanks Lloyd


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    Love that amazing color in the first shot. Is that another hospital?

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    yes long island in Boston harbor , killer killer place!!!

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    Do you need a permit or something to enter these places? I mean besides a pair of cast-iron co&^$es.
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    Man! If that's an OR, it's totally creepin' me out. Looks like the table is set up to drain off blood. Wow.

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    yes its the morgue there here are the trays


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    Very Halloween appropriate, Matto. The Morgue! Yikes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Man! If that's an OR, it's totally creepin' me out. Looks like the table is set up to drain off blood. Wow.
    +1, holy moly that looks creepy!

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    The Adirondack Mountains showing their colors.
    (Ya know somethin'?? it's cold up there at night!!)

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    Very nice, Conrad. I love your part of the world this time of year. My son moved his family from Virginia to Clifton Park, NY in October three years ago. I helped with the move, and was quite taken with the beautiful fall colors.

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    Hey kids. Too much work but took the day off for some R&R. At a friends house while his grand kids were playing outside.

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    Nice shot, Tim. Looks like a very kewl railroad.

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    Conrad, Stunning Color,Views & Shots!

    Tim, Nice Angle & Cute Grab!

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    Love that train shot TR

    wheel chair city


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    Tres kewl!! Loving this stuff Matto!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Tres kewl!! Loving this stuff Matto!!
    plus 1!

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    There's an abundance of water in the lowlands of Thailand, particularly during monsoon season. This year is the worst in a very long time, and since Thai houses are not any longer built on stilts but on the ground, and since transport is mostly by road rather than by boat, the consequences are rather disastrous. Hundreds of thousands, or millions, have lost their homes, jobs or both, in a disaster that some have predicted but few tried to prevent. A big setback for Thailand, its people and its industries.

    Those with power keep saying that Bangkok is safe. That depends on how one defines Bangkok, but as for now, the city center is dry. As if that matters... of well. Last year, the flooding started around this time, so there's probably a couple of weeks left of this mess to make the wheels of the all important luxury limousines on the streets of the capital wet too. Time will show.

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    Very sad & telling shot Jorgen.

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    Tough times for all those people who have been hurt by this.
    What would you consider the best way of giving them a hand in this situation ?
    Any organisations to help those who have lost everything ?

    Take care, Jorgen.

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    Difficult to say, Steen. At the moment, things are rather chaotic, and the government is trying to sort it out themselves. The tricky part is that it's unpredictable. Still, they try to save face by saying that they have control. But they don't, and nobody can. It's the weather, and there are simply not enough places for the rain to go.

    Cities in Central Thailand were established when people lived with the water. They could cope with it because architecture and transportation were designed to handle floods. Now, the people of Thailand live a westernized life, which isn't very practical when the river is running through your house instead of under it. Add to that the blocking of many of the ways that the water used to run and deforestation of a major part of the country, and things are not looking good.

    There will be many weeks before we see the results of all this. There will be many personal tragedies, people who lose everything they own and people who will be out of work. How to help? I don't know yet.

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    Creeped out by the morgue and all those wheelchair shots. I am not sure my shutter could hold steady in there with me running the other direction.

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    Took myself a trip into the adirondack high peaks this past weekend. Cold, rainy, cold, windy, cold, etc. (I gotta quit doing this to myself). Anyway, got a nice pic of the Boreas River on my excursion!


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    howdy fellas...long time no see. apologies. i've been busy with work, and haven't shot anything in a while. and have basically hiding from everything. lol

    anywho...had a test shoot today in a new location, with an awesome model. while i was there, i think i may have accidentally taken a decent landscape photo. i'm shocked. lol.

    accidental decent landscape photo?



    awesome model:



    for more images of the model, check out the "fun with medium format" thread...there are a bunch in there. this was my first shoot with the mamiya/leaf as my main camera.

    cheers
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    Lovely model is right! Very nice.

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    I haven't bored you this year with any fall leaf shots, so I thought it was about time. The season is just too colorful to let go by without recording a few shots of the decay. Those colored leaves are like candy somehow and pretty hard to resist.







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