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Posted By: nate_b, 01-16-2012, 12:25 AM

Yep. Sorry. This is all I have to show for the past few months. It shouldn't be that hard to pick up my K-x and depress the shutter, but you'd be surprised at how difficult this has proven for me as of late.

Evidence by lack thereof:

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01-16-2012, 03:00 AM   #2
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Great work. I especially like the barbed wire, so out of focus except for that one point. Brilliant
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I agree with Bruce, the one of the wire really makes a point!
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You have a great eye for composition thanks for sharing.

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I'm glad you did pick it up, Nate, because this is a great series. I especially dig 1, 2 and 3.

I hear what you're saying: over the last several months, I've found it difficult to spend a couple of hours devoted to shooting, something I did regularly for years. I guess I need to juice up my mojo.

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Great work. I especially like the barbed wire, so out of focus except for that one point. Brilliant
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I agree with Bruce, the one of the wire really makes a point!
Thank you, Bruces. I appreciate both of you looking and commenting.

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Hey Nate, welcome back, great series as usual. Stay warm up there.

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Those are profoundly impressive shots and the barb wire image for my personal tastes is just staggering! The sharpness of the images is amazing also. If you have taken a break for a while from photography you have certainly come back at it in style! Garbhán.
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But every time you do pick up your camera you seem to hit the nail on the head. Really enjoyed the intimacy of the fourth shot.
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You have a great eye for composition thanks for sharing.
Thank you for the kind words, Westoz.

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I'm glad you did pick it up, Nate, because this is a great series. I especially dig 1, 2 and 3.

I hear what you're saying: over the last several months, I've found it difficult to spend a couple of hours devoted to shooting, something I did regularly for years. I guess I need to juice up my mojo.

Jer
Good to hear from you, Jer. Here's to both of us getting back our mojo in 2012!

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I really enjoyed the posters!
Glad you liked it. Thanks, JohnBee.
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Hey Nate, welcome back, great series as usual. Stay warm up there.
Thanks for the welcome, Bob. Good to be back, though still too early to predict if I'll get out of my photographic funk.

10 degrees this morning, blue skies and bright sun. Back into the 60's on Thursday. Gotta love CO.

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Those are profoundly impressive shots and the barb wire image for my personal tastes is just staggering! The sharpness of the images is amazing also. If you have taken a break for a while from photography you have certainly come back at it in style! Garbhán.
You are too kind, Garbhan. I'm pleased you enjoyed the series and appreciate your comments.

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But every time you do pick up your camera you seem to hit the nail on the head. Really enjoyed the intimacy of the fourth shot.
Thank you, Remco. The fourth shot is of my brother-in-law loading some fresh Kodak film into his Rolleicord. He makes that camera sing.
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Crisp, clear well thoughtout compositioned pics.Nicely done!!
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Crisp, clear well thoughtout compositioned pics.Nicely done!!
Thank you, Barnster. Appreciate the comments.
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