Thanks for the explanation, Dave.
Now I see the bird. It’s dead center. Missed it on first look. Actually I thought it was a small nest.
Thank you Dave.
This is really nice, Dave. (Are we looking at three nests,...two larger on the right and the small one in the center?) By the way I tried googling...
Another really nice one Aldous. That mist is mist-erious!
Not my kinda work either Rob. By the way I have another photo of this building, taken from a little distance away, and the curvature makes it look...
For some years Seattle has been a hotbed of construction and I find the cranes that facilitate the builds to be very interesting things. There...
Thanks Pete. (A Nordic Noir thriller set in Kansas City would just have to involve BBQ. Sounds interesting! :))
Thanks Rob. I had the feeling I...
Thank you John.
Thank you Dave.
Yes it has the look of limnobium. :rolleyes:
This is at the Nelson-Adkins Museum in Kansas City, Missouri. It's named after one of the museum's benefactors I believe.
This is pretty amazing, Pete. At once very technical and also very artistic--I agree with Rob about printing large. Or onto glass. Are the things...
That dreamy horizon compliments the sharp foreground just beautifully. Great image, Aldous.
They're popping out all over the sky now. Those DSGs are ubiquitous.
Oh I see it now. Definitely not dust. No,...not dust at all.
Thanks Pete. That DSG is eluding me! I don't disagree about the contrast. I know next to nothing about post-processing. I scanned and filed this...
Some years ago I purchased an old Voigtlander Bessa folding camera. It shoots 120 film and produces 6x9 negatives. It was in very nice condition...
Mihbey, mihbey no!
No this yin.
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