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01-27-2011, 05:51 PM   #61
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The "Goodfellow Table", a very very long covered picnic table



End of the season at our camp, time to pile up the picnic tables!



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These are sort of benches


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My trek out to Nova Scotia last year. It was about -25 C.....



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QuoteOriginally posted by tuco Quote

These are sort of benches


No, They're tables and chairs. But I like the shot with the soft shadows cast.

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Great shots everyone. Tuco, I like your pic, there are a lot of textures in that photo.

The goodfellow table is really cool too, and love the kids trying to move that picnic table... those things are heavy!

SMC The cove pic is gorgeous, but I think my all time favourite shot is your second one. I love love that pic and wish I had come across the scene. The chain kills me ... nope, no one can steal that baby!

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QuoteOriginally posted by JeffJS Quote
No, They're tables and chairs. But I like the shot with the soft shadows cast.

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Great shots everyone. Tuco, I like your pic, there are a lot of textures in that photo.
Thanks so much, guys.

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And a park bench with a couple smoochers getting in the way of a great shot...

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Shot with?

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Shot with?

K-x, using in camera filter. Bob
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QuoteOriginally posted by tessfully Quote
SMC The cove pic is gorgeous, but I think my all time favourite shot is your second one. I love love that pic and wish I had come across the scene. The chain kills me ... nope, no one can steal that baby!

Thanks for posting!!!!
Thanks tessfully! It was a terrific place to take pictures, especially in the winter. They still need PP but they remind me of being there. There is subject matter everywhere.
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OMG I love that fisheye scene!! It is so confusing too. On one hand it looks like fall, no leaves on branches, but on the other side full foliage! Very cool photo Bob! this is an in camera filter? or a fish eye lens? or both (forgive my ignorance... but if this is a function of my new camera I have to find it!!)

Ash that is the sweetest picture in every way. I love how she is holding down her hat ! the cute shoes and both feet in the air... that was some kiss!!!

Gareth what a cool scene. Love the lines, the black and white, the vacant feeling I get from that shot despite the pretty well kept place. Really nice image...

Kirk, Bench number 31 is so interested because of that little plate. Does it ever add to the photo somehow. The swing bench does look cold and lonely, and the rocks and boats lined up like that adds some real interest to the photo too. I also like the composition with the town and hill across the bay.

thanks for posting!
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QuoteOriginally posted by tessfully Quote
OMG I love that fisheye scene!! It is so confusing too. On one hand it looks like fall, no leaves on branches, but on the other side full foliage! Very cool photo Bob! this is an in camera filter? or a fish eye lens? or both (forgive my ignorance... but if this is a function of my new camera I have to find it!!)
Tess, click on menu, click on #2, click on digital filter and right or left click on "off" and there are several to select from including fisheye. Have fun, Bob
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