View allAll Photos Tagged milk
"she was a rose in the hands of those who had no intention of keeping her" - Rupi Kaur
+ [due], `m.birdie, stardust, scarlet creative, & more.
(Thanks everybody for your visits, comments, awards and faves.....have a nice day.)
Thanks for the textures to.....DigiDi, Lenabem-Anna and Kirstan Frank Art.
Thanks to Kerstin Frank Art for the texture.
thoughts flowing into one direction, becoming one thought, like the waters of the lake calming - stillness becomes perceptible.
allora.....volete vedere cosa ho combinato per ottenere almeno uno scatto decente dello splash nel latte??
ho sporcato dappertutto, compreso la macchina fotografica.....
avrò scattato 30 foto a quella dannata fragola.......
so.....do you want to see what i have done to have a nice shot of the strawberry splashed in milk??
at the end the camera was so dirty.....
maybe i have done 30 shots at that damned strawberry......
Trust that no matter where we are in life, it is exactly where we are meant to be.
Credits to Milk Motion
Road to nowhere Gacha by Milk Motion could not have come at a more perfect time.
The build, the pictures captured were perfect for the sadness without him.
As I was away in my own little world of thought about him, he logged in just as I had finished taking the last of the pics.
That is when magic happened and we came back to that special place of togetherness - exactly where we both wanted to be - together doing what we love best, building and creating together. I love him and its a lonely road to nowhere without him in my life.
Sometimes we have to walk through the darkness only to emerge back into the Light of Love
Tanks outside the Ben and Jerry's plant in Waterbury Vermont.
All Rights Reserved by ƒaisal © 2009
* Note :
#- Using this image without my permission is illegal, please contact me before ... Thanks !
Camera: Canon EOS 50D
Exposure: 0.004 sec (1/250)
Exposure Program: Manual
Focal Length: 70 mm
ISO Speed: 200
Flash: On - Softbox
Lens: Canon EF 24-70mm f/2.8 L USM
Tripod: Manfrotto 190 XPROB
Remote: Canon Remote Switch RS-80N3
Taken on: July 19, 2009 at 3.32 pm
شكراً لأنكم هنا يا أصدقـــاء
Thanks for all negative and positive comments. They will improve my skills and afflatus.
Mi primer "splash" y se lo dedico con cariño a Marianna, gracias por la tacita de polka dots, la uso para tomar jugo, leche, cacao, agua... etc etc.. en otras palabras no la suelto desde que me la regalaste :)))
If you wish to use any of my images for any reason/purpose please contact me (Chaulafanita@photographer.net ) or send me a flickr mail so I'll make them available for sale.
© тαкєη ву : Me
© Edit : Me
© All Right Reserved
Copper, Watercolored Lino Block Prints, Milk, Plastic Tubing
DIVCO - Detroit Industrial Vehicle Company. This machine started life as a 1954 milk truck but has been totally customised by Joe Bauer, from Queensland, Australia. It is now used as a towing vehicle. Most has been customised or built from scratch. Beautiful, inside and out and it looks like a lot of love and money has been lavished on this truck. There is an article about the work carried out in an article in Performance Garage.com.au
It was on show in the Caloundra Beachfest Car show in 2016.
Week 28 View 52
Trying out some milk drop shot still so much to learn on droplets but glad I am back on them
Macro Mondays - Chip(s)
Chocolate chip cookies with almond milk. Natural light taken with a Nikon D610. The theme was difficult for me, this was kind of a last ditch effort.
First shot using TIP 600 Edge Cut. Its quite green and you get the lines in the same place in each shot!!
A very fast shutter speed was used for this composition of a splash. via 500px ift.tt/2uBNX3d
I just love the sunrise at that time. Worth waking up early and drove almost an hour reaching this place.
Beavertail State Park, RI
430 EZ @ 1/8 power into 22" DIY-Softbox on top left.
YN-460 @ 1/32 power on camera right.
430 EX II @ 1/8 power with snoot and Lee #128 into background.
White reflector under the spoon.
Triggered by RF-602.
1/160s || ISO 200 || f/16 || 200mm
Just came down the shop's (PIT STOP) stairs by then and a milkman passes the main gate, yesterday afternoon.
Laal Khan Bazaar, Chittagong
Former Milk Centre building with milk bar taken from RePUBlic pub metal fence
Camera: beer bottle lid
Film: orthochromatic photocopy, 2.5cm in diameter
Exposure: 10 min, overcast
Scanner: CanoScan 9950f