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Went to the beach today after work, the sea was quite rough and I stumbled upon this signaling buoy that ran aground. I thought it would make an interesting foreground for this digitally blended vertorama. No ND filters used here, the light was low enough, I shot at f/16 15 sec. for the sea, 3 sec. for the sky.

 

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Beachwalking with the smart phone and saw this morning mist.

The Shire London golf course. Taken during my once a year outing on the golf course. The shots with my phone were better than the shots with the club. The shots in the bar afterwards were even better.

creamy white asiatic lily from our gardens

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Nikon D7000

Sigma 10-20mm f4-5.6 @ 10mm

Exposure: 192.9 sec, f/14

ISO: 100

B+W ND110

Hitech 1.2 ND se grad

Capture One 6 (raw conversion)

CS3 Ext & Silver Efex Pro2

This phone box was rather interesting. It had a notice in it that it was going to be taken away due to lack of use. There would be a consultation period before it would be removed - the consultation would run for 42 days. That was in 2009!

Smithfield Market, Grand Avenue, City of London, UK

 

London Night Polawalk 17/12/12 with Nick, Andrew & Ben

I missed shooting the blue hour, so here is one taken at Parliament Square overlooking the Big Ben. The hazelnut latte was great while we waited for the rain to subside. It stopped at the beginning of the blue hour which was quite short but allowed me to fire a few shots.

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At Torrin on the road from Broadford to Elgol.

 

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A sign of her growing up....she started getting phone calls. She's only 5! Or as she would say, "I'm five and a HALF!" Anyways, this was taken at our apartment before we moved. I got a call on my phone and when I answered, a cute little voice asked me, "Are you Sydney's daddy?" It was her friend Riley calling to chit chat. So I sent her to our room to talk in private. But mainly so I could snap this pic. :D

Phone Focused Life...what will the future bring next...Biometric devices?

Did you know that only 45,000 people in Australia made a call from a phone box in 2013. While in 2003 the number of people was close to 1 million. The phone box a dying feature of our cities. Melbourne, Nikon F5, Ilford Pan 50.

E.T Phone Home..

Haytor Vale, Dartmoor National Park Devon UK,

Nikon D7000 18mm F/4 iso1600 60sec x 58 frames stacked with StarStaX

very small hrs of 06/10/13 (uk date)

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E.T Phone Home..

Haytor Vale, Dartmoor National Park Devon UK,

Nikon D7000 18mm F/4 iso1600 60sec

very small hrs of 06/10/13 (uk date)

edit with LR5

...for you to call.....

 

The phone at the house wasn't working, so I came to the Junkyard to wait for your call. I'd stand here all day if I had to.....*smile*

 

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"Who's that woman on the phone...."

A woman stands on the boundary of contrasting textures, talking on the phone

the ballet giselle conceived by théophile gautier was inspired by something he had read by german poet heinrich heine.

 

he writes this to him:

 

"My dear Henri Heine,

While leafing through your beautiful book, De l'Allemagne, a few weeks ago, I came across a charming passage (one has merely to open the volume at random). It was the passage in which you speak of sprites in white gowns with hems that are perpetually damp, fairies whose little satin feet mark the ceiling of the nuptial chamber, the snow-white Wilis who waltz pitilessly the whole night long, and wondrous apparitions encountered in the Hartz mountains and on the banks of the Ilse, glimpsed in a mist bathed by German moonlight - and I said out loud, "What a pretty ballet one could make of that!""

 

and somehow my treatment of estrella's photo morphed her into giselle. i didn't really know why i saw her here with a phone, but i now have this feeling that it symbolizes the connection the spirits still have to us, the living.

 

i also loved learning about the genesis of giselle. a wonderful example of mutual inspiration, mirroring my own...

Phone Shot ....King's College is a constituent college of the University of Cambridge in Cambridge, England. Formally named The King's College of Our Lady and Saint Nicholas in Cambridge, the college lies on the River Cam and faces out onto King's Parade in the centre of the city.

 

King's was founded in 1441 by Henry VI, soon after he had founded its sister college in Eton. However, the King's plans for the college were disrupted by the Wars of the Roses and resultant scarcity of funds, and his eventual deposition. Little progress was made on the project until in 1508 Henry VII began to take an interest in the college, most likely as a political move to legitimise his new position. The building of the college's chapel, begun in 1446, was finally finished in 1544 during the reign of Henry VIII.

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