Notes on life, art, photography and technology, by a Danish dropout bohemian.
When you drink the water, remember the river.
As much as I generally find winter skies depressing, I have to admit that winter light does offer interesting possibilities.Nice shots. The crisp shadows in the first one are quite impressive!
Man, you need to paint your fence.
Don't worry, I have put a stern note in their mail box. (Actually I think the house has stood empty for a long while.)"The crisp shadows in the first one are quite impressive!"Aren't they. And I didn't even sharpen it.
Genuflect, that's how I do it.I always find the long winter months better for photos. Low white light when the skies are clear. To get the same in the summer you need to be up at 5am.I need to find my photos from Chorlton.
Attention Painters !Make sure the wood is DRY before you apply the outdoor latex paint. Sure, it's water-soluble, and mixes with water, but it doesn't bond well to wet wood, as we see here. It needsa dry material on which to form its own bonds to it. I know it rains a lot over there, but the west coast of Canada isn't exactly a desert either, and our fences don't look like this.-Ray.
You composted them? Why? I thought they were good. And at waist height? I don't get that.
Cool uniform, Alex, sir.
"Composted them". Hehe.
You know? I think your point of view seems to be biased in those "slanted light" pictures. Slanted light, but heavy bias.And I'm not even going into the composture imposture.
It's nice to see Sony has an LCD that flips up for waist high use on their new DSLR cameras.http://www.dpreview.com/news/0801/08013004sonyalpha300350.asp
Very true. Especially since it promises to work with full autofocus speed.
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