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08-19-2014, 05:00 PM   #16
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Ivoire, you definitely matched this months theme with your entries! I keep going back for another look at the one you shared from India; what a visual treat. I like how your capture of the Amish horse team captures a blending of the old world with the new and gives us something that few have ever seen before. Good stuff!

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Ivoire, you definitely matched this months theme with your entries! I keep going back for another look at the one you shared from India; what a visual treat. I like how your capture of the Amish horse team captures a blending of the old world with the new and gives us something that few have ever seen before. Good stuff!
It's easy to match this theme when you wander routinely. Always something new to see
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never saw an Indian motorcycle on the road (even rarer than a Pentax camera). USA made, 2014 Indian Chief parked in front of my work place. A beautiful bike.

Pentax Q, #01 prime.
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Unless John M Flores shot one, this may be the only 2014 Indian Chief shot with a Pentax Q in the world!
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QuoteOriginally posted by barondla Quote
never saw an Indian motorcycle on the road (even rarer than a Pentax camera). USA made, 2014 Indian Chief parked in front of my work place. A beautiful bike.

Pentax Q, #01 prime.
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Unless John M Flores shot one, this may be the only 2014 Indian Chief shot with a Pentax Q in the world!
About zero% chance of seeing one of those over here.
Pity. Great looking bike!

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As long as that is not an everyday sight in the mirror...
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QuoteOriginally posted by barondla Quote
never saw an Indian motorcycle on the road (even rarer than a Pentax camera). USA made, 2014 Indian Chief parked in front of my work place. A beautiful bike.

Pentax Q, #01 prime.
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Unless John M Flores shot one, this may be the only 2014 Indian Chief shot with a Pentax Q in the world!
Well spotted and captured! I've heard about these, but, this the first time I've seen one. The way it is tricked out with the buckskin makes it even more awesome.

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The Dome appears to blend into the back of the seat. Both, are reflective, too. Unique perspective, I like it
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Maine, Schoodic Point at 5:30 or so in June, not everyday for an NY City guy... X10.
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Here's looking at ya ...

As a clinical instructor for a Diagnostic Imaging program, I love taking my students to the University of Buffalo's X-Ray Museum to show them all the old equipment and to remind them how easy they have it today.

This is a device used to localize a foreign body in an eye, and was around way before my time.

Taken with my Pentax MX-1, which has quickly become my favorite when I need to travel light.


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Another two for me...
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Great entries, zman and Jacquot.

The Petanque is the most familiar to me. Certainly not in the "every day" class though
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A fly laughing at one of my jokes.

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Jacquot, some splendid "not everyday" captures! From a gorgeous landscape of Maine to the ball game on the beach, just wonderful. Thanks, to Bart, for naming the game; I had no idea. Off to interweb search again

Zman, I can honestly say, I've never, before, seen that most interesting and unusual subject. Thanks, for sharing this with us. Glad you like the MX-1, I've been tempted to try it out.

Mooey, I've still got the giggles. But, a seriously good use of the MX-1 and an unusual way to present your subject.

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Also..... There's just one more day for everyone to enter this "your not everyday" competition.

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Hilarious! And a great b&w!

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A fly laughing at one of my jokes.

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Mooey... have to agree with Bart, and I've never had one laugh at my jokes
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Well, the contest is now officially closed and I will post the judging results very soon.
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