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02-06-2014, 12:55 PM - 1 Like   #16
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Ricoh GR, Macro setting, at F2.8, cant remember the iso or shutter speed on top of my head. Only contrast added in lightroom.
Awesome, Chris!

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The sun finally came out for 5 minutes letting me go in the garden.





My other idea with Jelly Babies didn't turn out great........so we ate them
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Cool.
I especially like the second one, Mooey.
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QuoteOriginally posted by Mooey Quote
The sun finally came out for 5 minutes letting me go in the garden.





My other idea with Jelly Babies didn't turn out great........so we ate them
Very cool photo that second one!

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I'm liking that first one, too. Gives me ideas, I hope for other people, too!
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Jelly Baby Crime Scene..........it was murder!

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Great imagination, Mooey!
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Here are a couple from the Fuji X-10 to keep this going,... saving for a third!

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Great entries, Jacquot.

I particularly like the 1st one.
No idea what it is but the result is a wonderful abstract, painted with light.
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Hello everybody!

I'm afraid of being off topic, by far. However...

'cause words, sometimes, are so small in a world that is so big.
Pentax Optio 30, ISO 200, 1/8th s.
B&W in post processing.
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Hello everybody!

I'm afraid of being off topic, by far. However...

'cause words, sometimes, are so small in a world that is so big.
Pentax Optio 30, ISO 200, 1/8th s.
B&W in post processing.
I like it--and the French! My wife is from Toulouse.
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A hunter always gets his Bounty...

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'cause words, sometimes, are so small in a world that is so big.
Original interpretation, G.T!
In any case, a wonderful image and great b&w!

Lego certainly has evolved since my days, Mooey
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I like it--and the French! My wife is from Toulouse.
Hence your nickname, "Jacquot"?

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Original interpretation, G.T!
In any case, a wonderful image and great b&w!
Thank you. I debated between colour and B&W, and quickly went for the second option.

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Lego certainly has evolved since my days, Mooey
They were an example of plug & play, with a great backward compatibility
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A pretty silly attempt. Ricoh GR, macro setting, ISO 160, f/2.8, 1/40sec, LightRoom- curve adjust, vignette, sharpen


**edit - I replaced the original with a 2nd attempt. this'll be final

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