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One, two, three, four, five,
Once I caught a fish alive,
Six, seven, eight, nine, ten,
Then I let it go again
Why did you let it go?
Because it bit my finger so.
Which finger did it bite?
This little finger on my right.
September 21st, 2008
Amorous Marjorie is frustrated with her husband’s ability to sleep extraordinarily heavily. For this week’s Macro Monday theme “frustration”.
This Great Egret circled a school of juvenile scup several times in the early morning calm, but he was unable to do anything more than look at them in frustration.
Egrets can only feed by wading (or from a perch) -- Great Egrets can't wade in water much deeper than 12 to 18 inches (approx. 30 to 45cm) -- and the water here was too deep for him to land, even though the fish were visible to him right at the surface.
He left after a few slow circles.
Frustration. It's what I felt during this outing to Bwlch Gwyn for the beach shootout to celebrate Mike's birthday. It seemed that for every frame I shot, I had to clean my filters. I'm well aware that because of the kind of photography, this is to be expected, but every single shot?
not getting what I want in physical art, so back I go to PSP....at least I can get plenty of color, design and texture!!
Mandlebulber - Thanks to my friend Tabasco Raremaster without his help i would not have persistered
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This blue heron chased the osprey off of his catch, but the fish was gone when he landed - I didn't see it, but I expect it fell into the water. The crabs will be happy.
Endless Frustration. Midtown. San Jose, CA 2017
I've put the toys away for now and decided to do some 'from the heart' stuff.
This photo expresses my current feelings of frustration. I've had a day of feeling like a failure. Over the past 3-4 years my confidence, ambition and enthusiasm have slowly dried up. I don't believe I'll ever get them back and it frightens me. I'm seeing a close friend tomorrow so I'll talk it out and he'll hopefully have some wise words to help me make sense of how I feel. He's good at that sort of thing.
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BTW - It is food colouring and not blood. Don't panic! ;o)
Last photo of my 52 weeks project! Which was probably inspired by this one by Martin Blanco.
Thanks a lot for your inspiring comments during the year, Merry Christmas!
lol explore in my 52/52 photo... that was funny :P
So this is my first time actually photographing a male subject with a concept in mind. The shoot was very different and above all it was a great learning experience. Nic was awesome and patient. I think we both learned a thing or two.
been after this shot for a long long time ,a large raptor flying across the daytime moon .so you can imagine my nice words when (1) it was to bloody high (2) didn't fly across the face of the moon .
i'll get it one day though
Значительные раскаты кровавые компромиссы дихотомии профили прагматичного определение в жалея,
spes est niger umbrarum obici neglegentia infinita dementia venti contrivit portas inimicorum suorum delictorum,
Analysieren Berichte Amalgamationen liegt versteckt Argumente Schwitzen Druck internationale Revolutionen Rühren,
προαναγγέλλοντας επιρροές ηχογραφήσεις προετοιμασίες δαίμονες αχάριστος άπληστους μάτια της φιλοσοφίας υπερβολική σούβλα,
Éléments quantitatifs divisions ultimes contradictions mécaniques dilemmes sans fin directions présupposées,
le difficoltà di percezione geometrica scoperta intuizioni accordi principi irrazionali conclusioni complicate,
penderfyniadau trafferthus metaffisegol dosbarthu gwobrau rhifyddeg dyniadau tystiolaeth empirig,
aprehensiones resultados descubiertos consecuencias sensibles ilusiones inconmensurabilidad siglo lógico doblado,
... yes, this is the tree outside my door.. and so is the sunset.. except my camera (set to neutral) didn't even come close to capturing the real fire in the sky.. I tried more saturation but no way.. oh, sure I added the hot air balloon.. I hate an empty sky.. a seagull didn't seem to fit. The title reflects my frustration as I tried to get the sunset right. Please view this on black.. something I seldom ask... the 'black' offered on Flickr is more like 18% grey.. in fact, it probably is...tsk. OK, I'll stop moaning..smile.
So the next MM challenge is silhoutte. I have always done it on accident; never intentional. OMG is this tough. I think Captain jack was a little too drunk on rum to laugh.
WOW! I'm really annoyed right now for multiple reasons.
First of all, this is not the picture I was originally going to use. I spent like 20 minutes editing another one and this was going to be an outtake, but oh? Apparently I forgot to save it? COOL.
Especially when they're due tomorrow...and about the Odyssey.
The internet keeps freezing on me which is probably a sign that I shouldn't be on in the first place.
This is awful.
Excuse the rant. My apologies.
WEEK 21 / 52 "STRANDED"
So I took advantage of doing the next theme, I got bored.... so here it is...Enjoy!
“The optimist lives on the peninsula of infinite possibilities; the pessimist is stranded on the island of perpetual indecision.”
~ William Arthur Ward
“I am as frustrated with society as a pyromaniac in a petrified forest.”
~A. Whitney Brown
Photo: Lou Tennant. Grand Lake Saint Mary's State Park.
Happy Wednesday All!
Im still having major internet problems you would think I was in the middle of the Senrengeti with the speed of my connection!! And to add to this my ancient pc is so hit & miss I think its on its way out :(
I am desperatley trying to keep up with your streams but the connection is SO slow !!
So im apologising now for my absense of comments and if I disappear without trace I will be back at some point when I have dosh to replace the pc.
"Dad you really are an annoying man.....leave me alone"
This poor bee was trying to gather pollen from the pink poppy but it couldn't get at it through the shade cloth.
Basic computer editing
Shallow depth of field
No natural lighting
The picture speaks for itself