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    • CommentTimeAug 8th 2009
    A photo of my Model A Ford, just around the corner from my place:

    • CommentTimeAug 8th 2009
    lovely work recently everyone
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    just spent a very enjoyable half hour of my sunday morning drinking a cup of Lady Grey tea and looking through these photos. thanks for sharing everyone.
    i'm not even a dedicated amateur but i do like to point and click on the rare occasion something catches my eye.

    this is my favourite
    reclamation goblin

    although i'm pretty fond of these...
    Cigarette Devil



    flickr page
    • CommentTimeAug 9th 2009
    I'm updating For The Love Of Montreal regularly again (M W F).
    I should even manage to have things queued up to continue while I'm out of the country for the rest of this month.
    I would, of course, be quite delighted if you decided to take a look.

    Some recent samples:

    sunlight and green and beauty in small things

    happy little window

    Night time at the florist.
    • CommentTimeAug 10th 2009
    Hmm, outside image thread tells me it has been inactive for a while, and a yellow message box is telling me that it wants to die dignified death, so I figure I can post some of the pictures I have taken at Coney Island here:
    Coney Island-4 Coney Island-7Coney Island-5 Coney Island-5
    • CommentTimeAug 10th 2009
    @ Munin: That wonder wheel looks absolutely terrifying in your photo... but your shots themselves are awesome :) I especially enjoy the meeting of water and sky of the first
    • CommentTimeAug 11th 2009


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    @V I LOVE that night shot. It looks like a movie still.

    @Munin That dusk shot is really really stunning.

    @COOP Ooh. dirty and shiny. I love the one in the middle.
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    I got a new camera, I've been playing around this afternoon . . .
    Water Drop
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    • CommentTimeAug 12th 2009
    DSC_0351-L-C DSC_0282-C
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    Oh geeze, first post. It's weird that I'm more comfortable posting my photography than my artwork.

    I'm pretty much a hobbyist. I just have a little digital camera that I take pictures around town with.

    I've got a flickr, as well.

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    Went out this evening and took along the camera . . .
    Butterfly feeding
    This is where I work, the city built a new school a couple of years ago and annexed/bought land from the surrounding county to do it.
    Best ice cream in town
    • CommentTimeAug 12th 2009
    CinnamonAndSpite - Thank you.
    • CommentTimeAug 13th 2009
    @OldHat - what sort of lighting setup did you have for that brilliant shot on p16?
    • CommentTimeAug 14th 2009 edited
    More than two years after a collision that left it totaled and my leg in a cast, (a jerk lawyer ran a red light in front of me, urg) my beloved (by me, anyway) '65 Ford Falcon station wagon is finally back on the street! I took photos before somebody else smashes it up!


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    • CommentTimeAug 14th 2009
    Oakland - Mountain View Cemetery

    Mountain View Cemetery - Oakland


    and this one - just cus it's funny. He's 7 feet tall and fights trees!
    7ft tall
    • CommentTimeAug 15th 2009
    He's 7 feet tall and fights trees!

    And in style no less... too funny.

    Now, onto a photography related question:
    Does anyone have any ideas on an "easy" way to set up a wet lab?

    I have had some brief experience doing things the old way, and sort of miss it.

    Any thoughts or experiences on how to DIY without getting myself in too deep? (time and/or money)
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    I hope Mr. Ellis doesn't mind me making so many posts here . . . I just got this camera and I have been taking a lot of pictures. It's very nice to have a place to share them. This thread has inspired me to get off my butt and try photography again.
    Tail Lights
    Speeding cars
    Playing with the shutter speed setting downtown last evening.

    Church flame

    My better half

    More Cemetary Photos (Don't Blink)
    Tombstone lady
    Sunlit angel Sepia
    Bug exoskeleton on tombstone
    Look away
    tree tombstone
    I loved this tombstone . . . it was so different and seemed to have a joy to it that one doesn't usually find on tombstones.

    Tomb of unknown Civil War soldier
    Tomb of an unknown Civil War soldier. There is a huge Confederate memorial in our city's cemetary . . . ah life in the Southern US.

    Leaf 2
    bug exoskeleton on tombstone
    Another creepy bug's shed exoskeleton.
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    Looks like cicadas. I've seen quite a few freshly molted ones around me. They crawl up from the ground, molt, and then crawl into trees looking like this:

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    Ah thanks,

    I've been hearing a lot of them too, they're "sheddings" still look rather creepy . . . although appropriate for a cemetary.