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    Rayyan,
    Your small stories are inspirational, and the deep colours of your photos likewise. I don't know if the pink liquid tastes like diet Coke though. Never touch the stuff (diet Coke, that is). It's poisonous, I'm sure it is.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Corlan F. View Post
    Rayyan, i'm no vin rosé expert (as a matter of fact many pepole don't consider rosé as real wine in general despite a few exceptions), but the diet soda description seems a little bit off. You might try imagine a few drops of vinegar left over in a glass for a few days, to which you add some water.

    Drink chilled!
    Quote Originally Posted by Jorgen Udvang View Post
    Rayyan,
    Your small stories are inspirational, and the deep colours of your photos likewise. I don't know if the pink liquid tastes like diet Coke though. Never touch the stuff (diet Coke, that is). It's poisonous, I'm sure it is.
    Corian, Jorgen: Thanks for the 101 on the pink stuff. I shall then stick
    to water!!

    Regards.

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    Corian: That sir is a marvellous shot. Engages the viewer from the get go.

    No two ways about it.

    Regards.

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    What's this scam you are running Jacques? I asked.

    I had got in. I had my pants on. A black tie, brown shoes, gray underpants,
    green T-shirt and white socks. The T-shirt and socks were mine. The other
    things belonged to Renee, at the reception.

    What scam monsieur? said Jacques.

    My friends tell me this is not real wine! Also the it is poison! I said.

    Sacre Bleu monsieur, said Jacques. It must be a joke. Zess is the real liquid. The real vin.



    And Jacques, get me some more sandwiches. Anything else Monsieur, asked
    Jacques reluctantly. Yes, super size them, I said.

    I had had it with Ramen.

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    This is a somptuous, luxuriant, bountiful shot, Rayyan.

    (though i must admit that, in time, the pompous style entertained by Jacques' kind sort of irritates me. Once in a fancy place my -then- wife mistook one of the knives for spreading butter. Instantly a maître d' showed up... "I presume Madame will not have fish?" )

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    Quote Originally Posted by Corlan F. View Post
    This is a somptuous, luxuriant, bountiful shot, Rayyan.

    (though i must admit that, in time, the pompous style entertained by Jacques' kind sort of irritates me. Once in a fancy place my -then- wife mistook one of the knives for spreading butter. Instantly a maître d' showed up... "I presume Madame will not have fish?" )
    Corian: Thanks. can't stand them myself. but the missus

    I once saw a couple chasing a seeded olive on a plate with a knife and fork.
    Honest, no kidding. I wanted to just grab and eat it.

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    Walked along the streets of Istanbul...



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    rayyan: Very striking. I esp. like the composition, pp, and the complexity and richness of color and textures in these two.

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    rayyan: Very striking. I esp. like the composition, pp, and the complexity and richness of color and textures in these two.

    Cheers, Matt

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    Matt: Thanks. I found the texture intriguing when I came across it.

    Regards.

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    Thursday's post. Usual setup


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    You're a good man Rayyan, a great photographer, and a good friend. A lot of fun, too.
    Anytime!
    Unique & Kind Hearted If I May Add! I'll Drink To That!

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    Love It!!!

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    Woody & Rayyan, Keeping The Excellence Going...!

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    Steve, Rayyan, thanks!


    Rayyan, more great travel photos above. The last one speaks volume and, as it's often the case in your work, should make us all reflect on our own -extreme- luck.


    Woddy- excellent one. Love it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Corlan F. View Post
    Steve, Rayyan, thanks!


    Rayyan, more great travel photos above. The last one speaks volume and, as it's often the case in your work, should make us all reflect on our own -extreme- luck.


    Woddy- excellent one. Love it!
    Corian:

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    Rayyan, Mesmerizing, Sharp, Colorful, Supreme Capture!

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    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    Rayyan, Mesmerizing, Sharp, Colorful, Supreme Capture!
    +1
    Mesmerizing, indeed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    Rayyan, Mesmerizing, Sharp, Colorful, Supreme Capture!
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    +1
    Mesmerizing, indeed.
    Steve, Corian: I am honored gentlemen.

    Best.

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    Rayyan! Very strong, close portrait!
    Corlan; just love that picture - so full of humour, contact, irony (?)

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    Two from one of last week´s morning walks with the dog. (This week it´s raining).
    D200, 3,5/55 Micro-Nikkor @ 3,5

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    Leif, wonderful contrast,mood & iq!

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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    rayyan: Very striking. I esp. like the composition, pp, and the complexity and richness of color and textures in these two.

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    Another vote from me!! +1

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    Simply stunning!!! Amazing portrait.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    Corian: That sir is a marvellous shot. Engages the viewer from the get go.

    No two ways about it.

    Regards.
    Yes, just as he said.

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    Leif, wonderful contrast,mood & iq!
    +1 on both!!

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    A few from Open House today. The school has it's own sheep and other farm animals. The kids are involved in every step from shearing the sheep to the making of the final article with the wool.



    Chris

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    Quote Originally Posted by ibcj View Post
    A few from Open House today. The school has it's own sheep and other farm animals. The kids are involved in every step from shearing the sheep to the making of the final article with the wool.
    Very kewl that they do this. Nice shots too.

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    Unique & Kind Hearted If I May Add! I'll Drink To That!
    Quote Originally Posted by leif e View Post
    Rayyan! Very strong, close portrait!
    Corlan; just love that picture - so full of humour, contact, irony (?)

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    Another vote from me!! +1
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    Simply stunning!!! Amazing portrait.
    Steve, Lloyd, Lief:

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    Quote Originally Posted by leif e View Post
    Two from one of last week´s morning walks with the dog. (This week it´s raining).
    D200, 3,5/55 Micro-Nikkor @ 3,5

    leif e
    leif: Wonderful play of light and shadows. brilliant forest mood.

    Best.

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    Jaques, didn't like me. Mon ami, I said to Jaques. I need a favor. Jaques, didn't
    like me. But he was a generous and kind person.
    I called Anna. The one whose buttons I had pressed in the cellar. I told her I needed a little help. But of course monsieur, anything for you.
    I called a friend. Corian. Stateside. I needed a lens fast. I told him why.
    I called, Steve. Stateside. He agreed immediately.
    I woke up a friend Matt. stateside. No problem he said.
    I met up with Osman. Near the pier. Of course, he said.
    So my good friend, Lloyd...from the button pushers here to your parents
    on their 60th wedding anniverasary:....
    May they live long and happy amongst family, friends and well wishers.
    I know plumbing not electricity. Anna would have to take a candle next time around.
    Rayyan, my friend, anytime.

    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    Corian: That sir is a marvellous shot. Engages the viewer from the get go.
    No two ways about it.
    Regards.
    Corlan: +1.

    Quote Originally Posted by Corlan F. View Post
    This is a somptuous, luxuriant, bountiful shot, Rayyan.
    (though i must admit that, in time, the pompous style entertained by Jacques' kind sort of irritates me. Once in a fancy place my -then- wife mistook one of the knives for spreading butter. Instantly a maître d' showed up... "I presume Madame will not have fish?" )
    Rayyan: +1, a beautiful photo.
    Corlan: About 35 years ago, around Christmas time, my wife and i went to have dinner at the Doelen Hotel in Amsterdam. We'd just come across Europe from Rome by train and my wife wanted to have dinner there. She lived in Amsterdam when she was younger and her grandfather would take her there for dinner. It was a very old and fancy place (especially for us at the time). My wife had something with Hollandaise sauce and i had something with Bearnaise sauce (can't remember what). They were initially served by the tuxedoed waiter and then left on the table in silver serving dishes. I decided that i wanted some of her hollandaise sauce, so i reached over and spooned some on to my plate. There was a slight hubbub, and noticeable waiter conference, in the corner of the dining room. A minute, or so later, our waiter brought over a separate serving dish of hollandaise sauce for me. It was very civilized with no disapprobation attached. After all, we were americans.
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    rayyan: Great photo! Her red skirt draws the eye immediately; then you see the hunched posture; your eye sweeps back on the s-curved road, which seems long, much longer then you can see; the wall of houses reinforce the road curve; and you think you understand her weariness.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Woody Campbell View Post
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    Woody: Really nice. The framing and the juxtaposition of the three elements of the image are perfect. I, also, like the slightly grainy pp, the subdued color, the bits of leg on each side of the tree, the position of the camera and hanging strap, her blond hair complimenting the color of the tree, etc. If she was posed, you got it just right. If not, it was very well seen and captured.

    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    Rayyan, Mesmerizing, Sharp, Colorful, Supreme Capture!
    Quote Originally Posted by Corlan F. View Post
    +1
    Mesmerizing, indeed.
    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Simply stunning!!! Amazing portrait.
    Rayyan: +1, +1. & +1.

    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    Leif, wonderful contrast,mood & iq!
    Leif: +1. The play of light on the leaves is neat.

    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Very kewl that they do this. Nice shots too.
    Chris: +1. That is cool.

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    Still working out the kinks of trying to combine fly fishing and photography. There are all sorts of challenges including overcoming the desire to fish while also wanting to take photos. Not to mention the constant threat of overturning the canoe, water everywhere, DEET covered hands, and the cramped quarters in the canoe. A dry bag helps me feel more secure about the gear, but makes quick access kind of tough.

    In any case, a couple from the end of the day as we were leaving the pond after a day of fishing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TRSmith View Post
    Still working out the kinks of trying to combine fly fishing and photography. There are all sorts of challenges including overcoming the desire to fish while also wanting to take photos. Not to mention the constant threat of overturning the canoe, water everywhere, DEET covered hands, and the cramped quarters in the canoe. A dry bag helps me feel more secure about the gear, but makes quick access kind of tough.

    In any case, a couple from the end of the day as we were leaving the pond after a day of fishing.
    Gorgeous shots. Glad you went to the trouble.

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    @TRSmith: I always thought fishing from a canoe sounds rather dangerous. My oldest son has started fishing from his kayak - which is about half the width of a canoe ...
    Your shots are beautiful, though! Stay dry!
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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    Rayyan, my friend, anytime.

    Rayyan: +1, a beautiful photo.

    Corlan: About 35 years ago, around Christmas time, my wife and i went to have dinner at the Doelen Hotel in Amsterdam. We'd just come across Europe from Rome by train and my wife wanted to have dinner there. She lived in Amsterdam when she was younger and her grandfather would take her there for dinner. It was a very old and fancy place (especially for us at the time). My wife had something with Hollandaise sauce and i had something with Bearnaise sauce (can't remember what). They were initially served by the tuxedoed waiter and then left on the table in silver serving dishes. I decided that i wanted some of her hollandaise sauce, so i reached over and spooned some on to my plate. There was a slight hubbub, and noticeable waiter conference, in the corner of the dining room. A minute, or so later, our waiter brought over a separate serving dish of hollandaise sauce for me. It was very civilized with no disapprobation attached. After all, we were americans.
    rayyan: Great photo! Her red skirt draws the eye immediately; then you see the hunched posture; your eye sweeps back on the s-curved road, which seems long, much longer then you can see; the wall of houses reinforce the road curve; and you think you understand her weariness.

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    Matt: Grateful to you sir. Glad you didn't ask for a smoke at the Doelen.

    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    Woody: Really nice. The framing and the juxtaposition of the three elements of the image are perfect. I, also, like the slightly grainy pp, the subdued color, the bits of leg on each side of the tree, the position of the camera and hanging strap, her blond hair complimenting the color of the tree, etc. If she was posed, you got it just right. If not, it was very well seen and captured.


    Rayyan: +1, +1. & +1.

    Cheers, Matt

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    Matt: A sincere thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Gorgeous shots. Glad you went to the trouble.
    Agree! Excellent!

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    Rayyan, Perfect DOF,Color & Old World Architecture Captured!

    Woody, Real Nice Mood & Mirth Displayed!

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    Lloyd can appreciate this one...

    Part of my team's celebration for completing the MC200, a relay run from Madison, Wisconsin to Chicago, IL covering 200 miles.

    Legs are tired, but I did some shooting along the way...



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    Quote Originally Posted by Jason Muelver View Post
    Lloyd can appreciate this one...

    Part of my team's celebration for completing the MC200, a relay run from Madison, Wisconsin to Chicago, IL covering 200 miles.

    Legs are tired, but I did some shooting along the way...



    I was part of a team of US Marshall's Service agents and US Probation Officers.
    Jason: Beautiful shot. Now, what is that drink?

    Regards.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jason Muelver View Post
    Lloyd can appreciate this one...

    Part of my team's celebration for completing the MC200, a relay run from Madison, Wisconsin to Chicago, IL covering 200 miles.

    Legs are tired, but I did some shooting along the way...

    I was part of a team of US Marshall's Service agents and US Probation Officers.
    Sweet!! How many legs each did you run?

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    Corlan: I keep stopping at the intriguing portrait you made and posted at the top of this page. Kind of gets under your skin (in a good way).

    Leif: Thanks! Dry is good when it comes to cameras!

    And check this out... Very specific camouflage? Hiding in plain site?

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    A fellow traveler waiting with me for the setting sun to light the Himalyan peaks.

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    Corlan: I keep stopping at the intriguing portrait you made and posted at the top of this page. Kind of gets under your skin (in a good way).

    Leif: Thanks! Dry is good when it comes to cameras!

    And check this out... Very specific camouflage? Hiding in plain site?
    That's impressive! Well seen, and beautifully captured.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post

    A fellow traveler waiting with me for the setting sun to light the Himalyan peaks.
    Great shot... amazing light. Thanks for sharing this part of the world with us.

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    Rayran.. wonderful capture!

    Lloyd.. I ran 3.8 (2PM), 7.7 (1AM) and 8.9 (1PM). I think I would have rather run a straight 20, but is was still a great time!

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    And I actually passed the camera off for the finishing team pic


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    Woody, icbj, TRS... wow. Great stuff all around!!
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