Nice Photos.

Most of us have taken one or two nice photos.

Here is my candidate as being almost quite good. In fact it is two painstakingly joined.



Taken up in the mountain at Skurdalsvatn in 2000.

Though this one takien in Warsaw in November 2006 is not bad:



I know there are several good photgraphers here, and it would be nice to see some of you best efforts if you feel inclined to share!

George
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Most of us have taken one or two nice photos.

Here is my candidate as being almost quite good. In fact it is two painstakingly joined.


Taken up in the mountain at Skurdalsvatn in 2000.

Though this one takien in Warsaw in November 2006 is not bad:



I know there are several good photgraphers here, and it would be nice to see some of you best efforts if you feel inclined to share!

I tidied up the margins on the first picture and I must have pressed the wrong icon! Timed out for an edit now! Sorry!

George
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Originally posted by GFFJ:
The second is a man-hole cover, isn't it? Rather nice!

George


Thanks George. It's a Seattle Water Dept access plate. The ring of moss is only about 1-1.5" in diameter, I saw it walking home one day and went and got my camera.

It's still there too, mossy place I live in.
dn'l
I appreciate the quality of the photo is not so good, partly due to the DIY transfer I made from the print and the fact it was a long time ago now.

However, I don't care as I was there. Cool Camera held aloft over the teeming hordes, tired as I hadn't slept for 36 hours, but extatic at watching one of the closest and exciting races ever, and Jaguar won. Getting everything in shot was a bonus - even a flag! Big Grin I will never forget the day.....

Yan Lammers and Johnny Dumfries winning the 1988 24 Heures Du Mans

Kind regards,

Peter
Some great shots here, Hugwe's are incredibly pin sharp; Bruce has captured the subtle tones across the mountains; and Peter has captured the moment in the Le Mans shot. That's the great thing about photos, various factors can combine in different ways to produce a cracking shot.

Peter

PS Peter, if you still have the negative and if it's 35mm I could scan it at high res for you - the results can be surprisingly good!
Great thread thanks George, & brilliant quality photography.

I can't get close to the standard here (both views & talent),
but here's my effort which I hope doesn't lower the tone too much Red Face



Around home I've been enjoying this lovely bloom of Snow Drops,
in circles around some trees ...







Cheers - John

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