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"I want to be where the Sun warms the sky

When it's time for siesta you can watch them go by

Beautiful faces, no cares in this World

Where a girl loves a boy, and a boy loves a girl...

Tropical the island breeze

All of nature wild and free

This is where I long to be ...

Warm wind carried on the sea

I prayed that the days would last

They went so fast... "

  

I'm glad to tell that "I want to be where the Sun warms the sky!" was selected by Flickr to be 1 of the 20 featured in their "Flickr333" 3rd anniversary benefit auction! It was printed, matted and framed for the auction that took place on March 3, 2007 @ Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, 701 Mission Street (San Francisco, CA) 6-9 PM.

All proceeds from this auction will be donated to

KIDS WITH CAMERAS!!!

I'm very happy find that this shot was selected among 19 others for the Flickr 333 benefit auction. The proceeds will go to Kids with Cameras. Well done to everyone that took part!

You know Winter is just about to start when the temperature drops, the wind picks up and the streets start shimmering as the puddles start forming. It really is beautiful. It's just a bugger that you can never really be prepared for it.

 

My most "interesting" shot.

 

Also my ‘Masterpiece’ entry for Photo Friday.

 

Prints of this image are available for purchase from my Redbubble site :-)

Update: This image was chosen by the folks at flickr as one of 20 images to be sold to benefit Kids With Cameras, in honor of flickr's third anniversary (Flickr 333).

From our visit at my mom's on Saturday. These are on her dining room table and are from one of her plants outside. Can someone tell me what they are. I know they are a common flower but, i'm just not a flower kinda girl.

 

Was playing with curves, levels, and exposure. At frist I was going to post this more "real" to what it looked like, exposure and color wise but ended up with this and liked it.

Well i noticed on the Flickrblog that in honour of the website's third birthday happening on March 3rd (ALSO MY OWN BIRTHDAY) they are having a auction to celebrate and to raise money to eliminate TBA. As a fan of Arrested Development I am happy to see that someone else has decided to step up and stop TBA.

 

I decided to submit this image. Altered to fit their 3 theme and since it was taken in San Francisco then all the better.

 

Here's to their birthday... my birthday... and hopefully the end of TBA.

  

CRW_3915x3c.jpg

Oh I used to be disgusted, and now I try to be amused.

But since their wings have got rusted,

you know, the angels wanna wear my red shoes.

 

Best comment from Donny O'Smokem.

I'm glad to tell that "I want to be where the Sun warms the sky!" was selected by Flickr to be 1 of the 20 featured in their "Flickr333" 3rd anniversary benefit auction! It was printed, matted and framed for the auction that took place on March 3, 2007 @ Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, 701 Mission Street (San Francisco, CA) 6-9 PM.

All proceeds from this auction will be donated to

KIDS WITH CAMERAS!!!

 

The original photo is from Steve Rhodes, who has attended to the party and kindly let me post this photo!

Thanks so much, Steve!

for a friend of us: susi

To celebrate "Flickr Turns 4" we're hosting an event for all the Maldives users on Flickr. And we appreciate all your presence. Meet up for a chit chat.. or grab a piece from our anniversary cake :). read more

 

Male' Capital of Maldives

Sea House restaurant.

 

Time: 18:30 - 20:00 hrs

Date: 15th March 2008

Was I first to post them? Was I, was I?

One of my favourite photos from Barcelona trip!

Flickr Explore 15th January 2007

Dedicated to

Creativesam &

CreativeZee

for their end of the day shot =)

 

auto level,burn, contrast 5 sat 4 , added the grass & clean some dust.

another version

 

won POTD at:

www.photographyvoice.com/pv/potd/ViewPOTD.aspx?c=11072

 

for the first time this week the entire clan arrived . I saw them climbing down from the big rocks...

My fave shot so far! Check out my blog post about this photo too :)

 

This photo was selected by Flickr to be 1 of the 20 featured in their "Flickr333" 3rd anniversary benefit auction. w00t!! It is being printed, matted and framed for the auction that will be on March 3, 2007 @ Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, 701 Mission Street (San Francisco, CA) 6-9 PM. Click here for details. All proceeds from this auction will be donated to Kids with Cameras.

 

When I took this photo back in 2003, it was actually not that well focused - I could only do so much with my old Fuji point&shoot. However, post-processing pays off 3.5years later!

 

Shown on Nikon Stunning Gallery week of Feb.28, 2007.

 

Shown on HP Resolution on Thurs, March 15, 2007.

 

Phriday Photo for February 15, 2007.

 

(DSCF0539-edited. See here for the original.)

Koi fish go crazy while I feed them at a Bonsai park on Jeju Island, South Korea.

 

Thanks to Flickr 333! This is one of 20 photographs selected for the Flickr 333 birthday party and benefit auction.

 

All the proceeds from the auction go to Kids with Cameras.

Ya, well, there you have it..... my genuine intention written in ink and recorded by the camera!

 

A variation on this work by John Baldessari

 

My January rules: titles and/or descriptions.

Winding down after flickr333.

 

I'm posting this in support of Heather and Derek (update) in light of their recent loss.

 

I don't know the two of you 1/10th as well as many here and elsewhere, but I respect the hell outta ya. Best wishes for a brighter future.

 

-/\/

other version:

www.q8linux.net/gallery2/v/main/kuwait2.jpg.html

 

#attention#to Flickr 333. if its chosen please contact me for 3200x2600 resolution

From last year's flickr b'day party.

I felt proud when I saw that this image was used by Flickr as the lead picture to illustrate the Flickr333 party on their news blog. This has made it my most viewed picture on Flickr to date by a long shot - already 1100+ views. For a flickerite for whom 30 views for a picture is more normal this is a big deal even though I know the A-list flickrists get 1k views per picture and much more on a regular basis.

 

I was happy with how this picture came out, taken with my new Rebel and the bargain 50mm f1.8 'standard' lens. I was happy because 'documentary' is not my usual style (as regular visitors will know already, I have obsessions with the static - parked cars, bridges, etc.). I was happy because the room was filled with hundreds of photographers with high-end equipment all snapping away and then posting to flickr and yet this image got chosen to be featured. As I said, it's not a big deal but it's little moments like this that make you think 'I must be doing something right' and I will embrace them when I can as fuel to get through the more usual rejections.

Over exposed in camera and PP using Nikon capture with basic changes to contrast. Submitted to Flickr 333 group.

I've gotta admit it was looking sooooo good. imagekind did a wonderful job in the printing. It was kinda wild to see my photo up there amongst all the other great photographs.

 

I have no idea how much it ended up making in auction since we left before the close. But i'd LOVE to know who ended up with it.

 

It was a great event more photos from others who attended under the tag flickr333. Highlights of my night, seeing my print, getting to see ChristyScherrer again, and meeting j_boogie. Sad I missed you Joe and Seth and the yip yips. But now that I know how to find the "Bart-Hole" maybe we can meet up sometime soon. I've got a few more photos from the day but things have been a little hectic around here.

 

Oh and Cel... you were a good date!... Dina and Nikki, ya'll seriously missed out.

 

Here's the original photo in case somehow you missed me screaming and yelling about it all week.

 

Oh... and i no longer doubt the d50's ability to print big.

 

And Rachel... We saw Gemma's eye projected on the big screen. Both Christy and I were like "HEY, That's Gemma's Eye". Unfortunately I wasn't quick enough to catch it.

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