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Forum: Post Your Photos! 11-26-2013, 02:15 PM  
Black & White Sarcophagus
Posted By karma mechanic
Replies: 8
Views: 571
This one has bugged me for what seems like years - there is simply no light in this area and the distant trees always burn out. Maybe this is the best I'm going to get...

Forum: Post Your Photos! 04-24-2013, 03:55 PM  
Macro Another of the Drop series.
Posted By eaglem
Replies: 12
Views: 614
taken the same day.

[IMG] Caught in the shower 2 by eaglem2, on Flickr[/IMG]
Forum: Post Your Photos! 04-06-2013, 02:25 PM  
People Parking. Portrait.
Posted By Anzar
Replies: 1
Views: 452
Forum: Post Your Photos! 04-03-2013, 08:03 AM  
Nature Joshua Trees in Full Bloom
Posted By Bob Harris
Replies: 30
Views: 4,852
This year has been a banner year to view the Joshua in bloom as the moisture content was perfect and large blooms are now present in most of the Mojave Desert that we have visited. The Joshua Tree has bell-shaped blooms, 1.25 to 1.5 inches large, each with 6 creamy, yellow-green sepals, crowded into 12 to 18 inch, many-branched clusters with an unpleasant odor. The trees bloom mostly in the spring, although not all of them will flower annually. Joshua Trees (and most other yuccas) rely on the female Pronuba Moth for pollination. No other insect or animal visiting the blooms transfers the pollen from one flower to another. In fact, the female Yucca Moth has evolved special organs to collect and distribute the pollen onto the surface of the flower. She lays her eggs in the flowers' ovaries, and when the larvae hatch, they feed on the yucca seeds. Without the moth's pollination, the Joshua Tree could not reproduce, nor could the moth, whose larvae would have no seeds to eat. Although an old Joshua Trees can sprout new plants from its roots, only the seeds produced in pollinated flowers can scatter far enough to establish a new stand. The fruit is elliptical and green-brown and can be seen in photo 4, a photo taken at night to better show the fruit. Six-celled, 2.5 to 4 inches, and somewhat fleshy, it dries and falls soon after maturity in late spring revealing many flat seeds. The last photo is of the Joshua and Yucca plants before bloom.
Forum: Pentax Q 04-03-2013, 03:13 PM  
Let's share shots with Q!
Posted By LeRolls
Replies: 6,480
Views: 1,013,296
Was stuck at the local Walmart for two hours while they were changing out my tires so I wandered over to the garden center and decided to get re-acquainted with the 01 prime.
Forum: Post Your Photos! 04-01-2013, 04:15 PM  
Food Sweetwater
Posted By bluestringer
Replies: 4
Views: 544
Sitting on the porch enjoying a brew........................retirement, I highly recommend it........
Forum: Post Your Photos! 03-29-2013, 06:56 PM  
Landscape Sunrise over Camel Rock
Posted By Adinfinitum
Replies: 7
Views: 579
Forum: Post Your Photos! 03-29-2013, 10:51 PM  
Landscape Spearhead or Thors Hammer in the sky?
Posted By geirix
Replies: 16
Views: 1,282
Took this photo last night along with few other frames. I would love to hear what you guys here at Pentax forum think....

By the way - the ISO speed was 1250 not 1600 but the system doesn't allow me to select that.


Bifröst by Geirix, on Flickr
Forum: General Talk 03-30-2013, 11:08 AM  
Single Malt Whisky - more productive than talking about the "K-3"
Posted By stepmac
Replies: 148
Views: 9,440
I think that brown booze drinkers can be divided into two camps, the scotch lovers and the bourbon fools. I don't mean that in a negative way. The drinks are very different stuff; one rather buttery/smokey/carmelish and the other sweeter, hotter and slightly woody. I enjoy both, but in different settings. In an old west bar in Arizona with one boot up on the brass bar for support it's straight bourbon from a shot glass with a water back. In front of a smoldering fire sat in a stone fireplace with the snow swirling outside it's single malt scotch, neat. At a giggling cocktail party while leering at the beautiful young women who are falling out of their dresses, it's blended scotch on the rocks with a dash of soda. While sitting in an easy chair wearing a fragrant flannel plaid shirt chatting with a few buddies after shooting birds all day long it's an Old Fashion made with rye. In front of the TV watching the evening newscast it's a very cold martini, not too dry - no salad. I need strong drink to fend off the affect of the rotten news. Wine with dinner. I try to not drink after dinner and I don't start until 4:30 or 5. Beer used to be mother's milk to me, but now I can barely stomach the stuff. It's a young man's drink and when I was young man I did just that.

I love to drink but I hate being drunk. So I ease into it and don't chug my drinks. I drink slowly and can nurse a martini for an hour or more. Of course when I make a martini you can swim laps in it, or skin dive. I very seldom drink two.

I avoid drinks that taste like something other than what they are. Screwdrivers for instance. They taste wonderful and you can hide a lot of vodka in there and one tends to power drink them. Not a good idea. Some rum punches are the same. I want my booze to taste like booze and then I'll be more careful with it. Remember the Purple Passion we drank when were were college kids? I don't do that any more. I don't want to do that anymore.



The back bar at Virginia City, Nevada. It's a nice, historic place. The setting calls for a blast of that Old Granddad that you see there. My old grand dad drank Old Granddad and I do to in his memory.
Forum: General Talk 03-14-2013, 05:41 PM  
Single Malt Whisky - more productive than talking about the "K-3"
Posted By Docrwm
Replies: 148
Views: 9,440
The thread that has all sorts of speculation about the SOON to be announced Pentax FF (well, one of the latest ones) has some nice discussion in it of something real and worth discussing - Single Malt Whisky.

So, what's your preference among the water of life?
Forum: Post Your Photos! 03-26-2013, 06:31 AM  
Architecture BBC Studios - end of an era
Posted By mde1970
Replies: 7
Views: 646
So I recently had the opportunity to visit BBC's famous shepherds bush studios in London as the site is due to close. I believe some of the studios themselves will still be in use but a lot of the other buildings are to be re-developed for other use.

Pics taken with my trusty K-5, Tamron 10-25 and Samyang 8mm.


the doughnut by mde.., on Flickr


studio 6 by mde.., on Flickr


sheet music by mde.., on Flickr


mixing desk by mde.., on Flickr


message received by mde.., on Flickr
Forum: Post Your Photos! 03-26-2013, 09:19 PM  
Sports 12hrs of Sebring
Posted By dngr
Replies: 13
Views: 773
Was wondering if I would see any coverage of this here. Thanks!
Forum: Lens Clubs 02-18-2013, 11:20 AM  
The 15mm Limited controls my mind - club
Posted By iocchelli
Replies: 11,603
Views: 2,028,284
Most of these are cross-posted on the Monochrome thread, but they were taken with the DA15 (which I use more and more every day!) so I thought I'd post here as well. :)


Chevy at the Levee Some Years Later by Mark Iocchelli, on Flickr


Chevy at the Levee Episode II by Mark Iocchelli, on Flickr


Fargo by Mark Iocchelli, on Flickr


Fargo II by Mark Iocchelli, on Flickr


Old Henday Horse by Mark Iocchelli, on Flickr


Lakefront Property - Bit of a Fixer Upper by Mark Iocchelli, on Flickr


Stone Building Ruins by Mark Iocchelli, on Flickr
Forum: Post Your Photos! 02-11-2013, 06:59 AM  
Abstract shepherd
Posted By mtcanbay
Replies: 12
Views: 828

Sheepherd by mtcanbay, on Flickr
Forum: Post Your Photos! 02-11-2013, 11:57 PM  
Machinery XR6 at the Swan River
Posted By Mallee Boy
Replies: 62
Views: 3,206
Attachment 159444Ok you two GM fans..:confused:....we all know its in the genes. :hmm:

But as those of us dealt a full deck know....and as this shot proves.....





Attachment 159440



The sun really does shine out of it. :) (where's the little icon with the beating heart.......ohhhhhh). :lol:



Apologies to Eaglem for hijacking this thread....but as Bob said and bullitt has thrown fuel at....this IS war.



Here's a couple more of the best car ever built in Australia........(where is that little heart thingy ????)



Yep....everything is where it SHOULD be.

Attachment 159441




A face every mother loves. I currently have a bushfire burning a few hundred metres behind me and a thunderstorm brewing in the background of this shot, thus the slightly surreal color cast. Money is on the thunderstorm.

Attachment 159442



Ah. Love.

Attachment 159443


Adulation.

Attachment 159444


OK. Its over to you GM nuts to beat that.
:D

Cheers.
Forum: Lens Clubs 02-11-2013, 12:24 AM  
SIGMA 10-20mm CLUB
Posted By disco_owner
Replies: 3,836
Views: 880,239
Shot from a recent trip.






Camel Head Rock by Flameborghini, on Flickr
Forum: Pentax Q 02-11-2013, 12:52 PM  
Let's share shots with Q!
Posted By crewl1
Replies: 6,480
Views: 1,013,296
Seen from mountain road to Big Bear, California. Q with 02 zoom.



Forum: Lens Clubs 02-06-2013, 10:27 PM  
The Kit Lens Club!
Posted By Buttermilk J
Replies: 2,903
Views: 510,526
Hey There,

New to the forum so I thought i'd upload a few snaps to introduce myself!
This lens continues to amaze me in every aspect, fantastic "Kit" :)
18-55 WR on K-5
Forum: Welcomes and Introductions 02-07-2013, 06:43 PM  
Goodby
Posted By Ex Finn.
Replies: 139
Views: 9,428
Bacon-bits for salad rule in my house, you get a like for that.
Forum: Welcomes and Introductions 02-07-2013, 06:31 PM  
Goodby
Posted By rparmar
Replies: 139
Views: 9,428
I "liked" that post. Because.
Forum: Welcomes and Introductions 02-07-2013, 01:15 PM  
Goodby
Posted By Adam
Replies: 139
Views: 9,428
You'll be happy to hear that I've found a fix/workaround for this issue and I just implemented it. There should no longer be a limit on the number of likes you can issue per user, and BTW, I wouldn't let this technical glitch ruin your day ;)
Forum: Welcomes and Introductions 02-07-2013, 08:24 AM  
Goodby
Posted By snkenai
Replies: 139
Views: 9,428
I've been a member here for a good long while, though not very active. I've mostly been using other gear. but when I acquired the K-01, I stepped back in, mostly in that venue. Today while browsing the photos, I "liked" a few, but then was told that I must " spread it around". Refused my "like". I refuse to be told what I can like, and what I cannot. That is not freedom.

So I will log out now, and wish every one a very good day.

Not angry, just very disappointed,

Steve
Forum: Pentax Q 02-07-2013, 06:22 AM  
Pentax Q + 02 Zoom kit $189.99 shipped @ newegg
Posted By drougge
Replies: 97
Views: 8,000
I bought this body and lens cap. I don't know if it's the same as the one crewl1 linked (mine didn't say JJC on the packaging), but mine at least sits very securely (can't be removed without pressing the lens release button) and works well as a base for adapting lenses too. (I've bought six of them so far.)
Forum: Pentax Q 02-06-2013, 11:01 PM  
Pentax Q + 02 Zoom kit $189.99 shipped @ newegg
Posted By crewl1
Replies: 97
Views: 8,000
Forum: Lens Clubs 01-24-2013, 08:12 AM  
The Kit Lens Club!
Posted By NiftyFifty
Replies: 2,903
Views: 510,526
18-55 II



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