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10-06-2013, 12:21 PM - 1 Like   #391
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Quite agree Paul. A couple from me

Playing around with some bubbles.






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Nice bubbles Noel. Fiber optics for me...

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How about 2 more:

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QuoteOriginally posted by jheu02 Quote
Nice bubbles Noel. Fiber optics for me...

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Thanks John.
I like your Star Strands- Been trying that for a while, but not with Fibre Optics. Gut mostly.

Clouds of course are best for Abstracts- Here are two from a particularly bright moonlight evening.




Don't think I've posted these yet. - Waterfall.


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I need to try some playing with fiber, I got scrap laying around I should put to use. TFS and nice shots. I really like how each filament because a lightsource/starburst.

Nice shots of the clouds also NoelCM. I never have clouds look that interesting.

Jheu2- Nice water shots(I assume) Water is one of the things I don't think I'll ever get tired of shooting.

Heavy frost the last 2 mornings



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Q: "Why does it take you 3 hours to do the dishes?"

A: I get distracted easily.....

Edit: Just learning how to use flickr

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Very nice Toy Tank. Presumably that question if the wife asking a very relevant question
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Pretty much, I had to drop everything when I noticed the once in a lifetime opportunity to shoot foamy bubbles in the sink. Totally worth it.
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Fun with water, a couple cross posted



All very nice, this one is a great interpretation of the MC Escher drawing.

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Well I guess this could be considered abstract.



Ice formed on the side of a conestoga trailer after running all day on US-212 in South Dakota, Wyoming and Montana in sub-freezing conditions. They put de-icer on the road, but the spray freezes as it settles on the truck.



Here is what it does as the wheels are rolling.



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Frozen night driving.





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