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Setting me in type by myself.
Shutting me in the shell by myself.
I tried to be some person.
and My not anything person was disappears.
Fly more freely.
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Black and white portrait of Lily who wouldn't smile. But what she did do was good enough!
Our cat perching on a dining stool
Thought it looked better in B&W
Made Explore #88
It's that time of year once again, Halloween ushers in the best holiday of the Holiday season!
Taken at La Mesa Oktoberfest in 2007 but still relevant every Halloween.
THIS is my VERY reason for being alive.
To see this smile is to light my world.
He is SOOO precious to me!!!!
I had to be goofy and tilt the camera around and make funny faces, but I got him to laugh...and boy did he ever LAUGH!!! To see him smile..... JUST MAKES MY DAY!!!
These African Daisies are growing in a pot on my patio
Photographed on May 10, 2008
The self-portrait used in the competition not-quite-winning montage from the weekend.
I missed the fine print about needing to have the words in a photo, and not just photo-shopped in, but close enough :)
(This shirt used to be another color, but I like this color better anyway ... and now it's one-of-a-kind too!)
Technical notes: Need to wash out background without killing subject outline next time. Also, next time using two brown eggs will be easier to dye^H^H^Hphotoshop than one brown and one green. Just not enough color to tweak in the green one. I can't even imagine what I would have done with white ones. Maybe replacing white with another color would have worked even better in that case.
One Sunpak FP-38s behind my back washing out the wall/ceiling (it slopes at a 45 degree angle). Trigger and fill provided by a SB-24 on a stand shooting through a diffuser (haven't gotten around to umbrellas or softboxes yet).
Learn how to light at Strobist.
Gabriel calls this my "astronaut photo" since it looks like one of those official NASA astronaut portraits, with the helmet perched on the knee. Except, of course, my helmet has two large white fluffy ears. Photo by Whipflash, from his bunny shoot.
...Did you find what you were after?
The pain and the laughter brought you to your knees
But if the sun sets you free, sets you free
You'll be free indeed, Indeed
She's only happy in the sun
She's only happy in the sun...
Happy Cheery Friday to all :)
©2007 Paulina Bos
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This image is not available for use without the explicit written permission of the photographer
I'm trying this thing where I don't get on flickr at work. mostly because I get distracted too easily as it is. ;) add to that not getting home until late every night, and you have me, two days behind processing my photos. They're coming, don't worry (you know who you are)! ;)
Isso é o que acontece quando você pede ao Mizu (vulgo "João Grandão") sorrir para o retrato.
So this is what happened when I asked Mizu (aka "Big John") to smile for the camera. And no, I don't know what's wrong with his nose. Maybe he got stung by a bee that day?
Braces should be off in a couple of months woo! Then and now pics with diff angles: agape1.net/images/braces/
NOT MY PIC IM USING IT FOR A PROGRAM TO SEE THE ORG GO HERE....
Ok, finally a shot of me, since you asked. Yes, really, someone did. I much prefer the *other* side of the lens. This was a very fun day with two old friends and Ricardo snapped me looking demented but happy. Yes those are leaves on my head. Don't ask. And no comments necessary!!
For the good friends you've brought me that make me laugh uncontrollably...
The inspiration you provide me daily...
The general camera/photography/processing knowledge i've received from contacts and groups...
For allowing me to express myself and share my photography with others...
www.flickr.com/photos/diyosa/ for the beautiful quote...
Alligator at Brazos Bend S.P. in Texas doing a mating call, causing "dancing water" over it's back due to the vibrations
After their initial shyness, the kids became a little more outgoing... indeed.
Inspired by seventytw0dpi's wonderful work. For some reason I couldn't
capture the sex appeal that she has. Wonder why?
Sometimes it is fun to take the indoor furniture outdoors to get a different kind of shot. Had fun doing these. Hope you like them.
Strobist: SB-800 at 1/8th power through shoot-thru umbrella, camera right, at 30 degree angle; SB-600 at 1/16th power behind camera on sink, bare, pointing straight up to white ceiling.
Sometimes you just know it is the one for the day. You all know what I mean.
Adrian Belew » One Time
One eye goes laughing
one eye goes crying
through the trials and trying of one life
one hand is tied
one step gets behind
in one breath we're dying
I've been waiting for the sun to come up
waiting for the showers to stop
waiting for the penny to drop...one time
and I've been standing in a cloud of plans
standing on the shifting sands
hoping for an open hand
No, not the normal kind of white trash, just a trashbin with snow on it and my poky finger not being able to leave it alone. I made a version where the feet on the left side was edited out but I wasn't quite satisfied with it.
(158/365) Silly Girl loves going to the groomer. She comes home fluffy and sweet smelling!
I never thought I'd have a high maintenance pet, but seeing her like this is worth it!
msh1107 #9 - high maintenance
This snapping turtle didn't like me taking macros of him and about 30 seconds after this shot he snapped at my month old Canon S5. He came about a millimeter from hitting the glass lens which would probably have meant a trip to Canon for repair (he hit hard) but luckily he hit the plastic and just left a dent. I didn't know he was a snapping turtle at the time. He didn't seem to move very fast. I found him crossing a road in South Louisiana. His shell was at least a foot long, probably 1.5 feet.
(Explore: 461 on Friday, July 27, 2007)
Test shot with my cheap-o DIY fisheye adapter for my DSLR. If you want to make one, you can see the instructions, here. Ironically, the adapter would actually work much better for non-DSLR digicams... you know, the point and shoot kind.
The lens is fun, but not fishy enough... it's only got a 160 degree angle of view.