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I turned my golden flute upside down. Here the flute tones would have to come out. I captured in the garden, the sun rays made same nicely reflections inside.
Not confined to music released in 2008, but including music I returned to again and again in 2008. [Albums in bold, songs in italics; asterisks for the best of the best]
*Aidan Baker + Tim Hecker ~ Fantasma Parastasie
[Broken Social Scene Presents] Kevin Drew ~ Spirit If... ~ Frightening Lives
*Fleet Foxes ~ Sun Giant / Fleet Foxes
*Géraldine ~ Enrôle-toi dans mes bras
El Hadj N'Diaye ~ N'Guri
The KLF ~ Chill Out
Mono ~ Under The Pipal Tree / You Are There
Muslimgauze ~ Hamas Arc ~ Khan Younis
Nadja ~ Radiance Of Shadows
The Nels Cline Singers ~ Blood Drawing
Sam Shalabi ~ Eid ~ Jessica Simpson, End Game
*Toumani Diabaté ~ The Mandé Variations
TV On The Radio ~ Dear Science
Van Morrison ~ Veedon Fleece
*Various ~ 1970s Algerian Proto-Rai Underground
Various ~ African Scream Contest
Various ~ Nigeria Rock Special
Various ~ Nigeria Special: 1970-1976
Various ~ The Very Best Of Éthiopiques
*War On Drugs ~ Wagonwheel Blues ~ Taking the Farm
Esta foto tirei ontem no Churrasco entre amigos do SulFotoclube (www.sulfotoclube.net). Enquanto o meu colega brincava com o violão, eu brincava com a câmera e testava algumas situações de flash e composição.
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Vanessa's painterly style brings to mind the works of Rembrandt, El Greco or Anthony van Dyck with her use of dark and golden tones and heavy textures. It is a pleasure to feature her work here
The cathedral's pipe organ which was built by T. C. Lewis and Co of Brixton, England. Over six and half thousand pounds were spent on its construction, shipping and installation before it was played at the cathedral's opening in 1891. Various modifications and maintenance works have been carried out since then, culminating in a $726,000 restoration which was completed in 1990 with the help of a National Trust appeal. In its restored state the organ has four manuals with 44 stops and pedals with nine stops, all with electro-pneumatic action. It is housed in the cathedral's south transept behind newly-stencilled facade pipes.
Here's a link to download an MP3 of JS Bach - Sinfonia to Cantata 29 (arr Gehring) - played by David Ratnanayagam on the St Paul's Cathedral organ.
Camera: Canon EOS 5D Mk II
Lens: Canon EF 16-35mm f/2.8L II USM
Exposure: 5 exposures (-2.-1,0,+1,+2 EV)
Focal Length: 16 mm
ISO Speed: 100
Imported into Lightroom
Exported 5 exposures to Photomatix
Tonemap generated HDR using detail enhancer option
Re-imported back into Lightroom
Contrast adjustment in Lightroom
Noise reduction in Lightroom
Slightly cropped in Lightroom
Vibrance adjustment in Lightroom (because the orginal seemed washed out when I uploaded it)
Sharpening in Lightroom
Added keyword metadata
Exported as 3000 x 2000 JPEG
Created for the Kreative People Treat-This Challenge #34: www.flickr.com/groups/1752359@N21/discuss/72157644719433833/
Source Image by Skagitrenee: www.flickr.com/photos/skagitrenee/14188289274/
Texture 37 by Anna Lenabem: www.flickr.com/photos/lenabem-anna/4803464451/in/photolis...
All other images and textures used are my own.
Whenever I use my guitar for an image, I tend to get sentimental. My poor baby has had some use. If you look, you'll see the sound hole isn't so round any more. The wood on the right side has worn down to the plastic ring from constant strumming. I'm a bit heavy handed on the up tempo tunes. :) I'll tend to play high on the neck, thus missing the pick guard and wearing a near hole in the top. The bridge has cracked and been repaired and frets replaced through the years. It was dropped and the top split away from the sides. It was repaired. The wood has been cured with tequila, smoke, beer, sweat and tears. A lot of time, love and memories are associated with this piece of wood. And it's never sounded better!
Today I got to take photo's for a musician. She plays an instrument we call 'hoorn' in Dutch and I am not sure whether to translate it as horn or clarion or bugle (I know what we call 'bugel' is not the same as a 'hoorn'... ).
I never really take pictures of other subjects that people or animals so here I took advantage of having such a beautiful instrument nearby (not at hand - I did not dare touch it and had her move it the way I wanted or position it where I wanted as I was so afraid to break something).
I forced myself to really look at the instrument and take a picture that was not just an image of the total instrument.
Sometimes it is better to escape with soft music to some place where the colors mix, and it seems that everything moves slowly in a space in which there is no beginning and no end and bad things disappear from the mind.
"SOTN group New! ~ Shock Woman ~ Challenge 39.0
*The Hypothetical Awards’ 5th ANNUAL MUSIC CHALLENGE
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I am going to be on later, to busy today putting on the roof tiles
on the Gingerbread house, hope by tomorrow I will be done,
Nostalgie sur Michel Jonasz...
Joueurs de blues (1981)
La boîte de Jazz
Où vont les rêves (2002)
151/365 If it's Monday, we must be at music lessons. Tate's teacher was out, so we practiced. She, on piano and I, on camera.