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Dutch Photocontest (2009)
It's my Dad's birthday today...I miss him, it's been 10 years now and I miss him.....
This was at my 19th birthday party....WAY back in 1981, mercy! It's an actually polaroid, I scanned it, the crease is where it's folded to fit in the frame ^.^
The most difficult thing about shooting Globe Thistles is to NOT get bumble and honey bees in the shot. Globes are currently the most popular flowers in the gardens and they're covered with bees most of the day.
The kids are so good at this game. we left with TWO huge stuffed animals they almost popped every one ;)
Come by to see a preview of my new fabric collections:
pop bottle sign for POPS in Arcadia on Rt 66. Weather was not great there, raining, but still and interesting sign to advertise the place
Colour-popped image of a ladybird walking along the edge of our shed roof.
I wanted to see the effect of cropping it in a letter-box format & I really like the composition.
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Because I need the colors even when it rains..
Porque eu preciso das cores mesmo quando está chovendo...
Whateverrrr ..AND i don' t careeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee :>
Bn rồi í :D
Fav + cm cho Pop điiii ♥♥♥ >:D< ..
I can always gauge my bearings travelling and photographing rural Saskatchewan if a coin operated beverage machine is tucked somewhere. An abandoned reclaimed church turned museum will suffice. Some are smartly illuminated and completely functional, others have departed to the nostalgic scrap museum, kept alive as decorative pieces and memorabilia. Visual comfort!
I can often be spotted fumbling for a toonie versus a piece of camera equipment inside the Wrangler. Random machine glitches have snatched my money and left me penniless on countless occasions. It's the price one pays for trying to emulate a pop star. Or is that a rural Pop-arazzi.
May your August visual experiences remain refreshing~
*Please view LARGE for best rural Saskatchewan detail~
**Textures courtesy of various sources on Flickr
***Thank You for visiting~
[Indian Head (Assiniboine: owáʾecų ) is a town in southeast Saskatchewan, Canada, 69 kilometers (43 mi) east of Regina. The town is directly north of the Trans-Canada Highway. It "had its beginnings in 1882 as the first settlers, mainly of Scottish origin, pushed into the area in advance of the railroad, most traveling by ox-cart from Brandon." The town is known for its federally operated experimental farm and tree nursery, which has produced and distributed seedlings for shelter belts since 1901. For many years the programme was run by the Prairie Farm Rehabilitation Administration (PFRA).]
Pops is not keen on having his photo taken - I usually catch him from behind! Sitting on the terrace wall keeping an eye out for unwanted visitors and me with a camera ...
bien les presento a la reina del pop,o lo que es lo mismo mi señora esposa!!!!!
como pueden ver por el titulo y por mi nombre en flickr (skaboy),tenemos unos gustos musicales muy,muy muy,muy,muy,muy,muy,muy diferentes!!!!!!!!!!!!! JIJIJIJIJIJIJI
Camera Canon PowerShot S5 IS
Focal Length 69.3 mm
ISO Speed 100
Exposure Bias 0 EV
Texture Tuesday ... the Pop eDition
with Kim's texture 'may'
English daisies and carnations ...
I gave this one a punch of color and it reminded me of pop art. :)
Thank you for all of the wonderful comments and favorites! My photo landed at #4 on Explore - the highest I've ever been on the list! :)
Macro of Poppy Stems
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My Pop, 2006, 7-3/4"W x 9-3/4”H, Mixed Media on Wood Panel.
Here's a new "hyper-collage" that I just completed mostly for the purposes of using the image for some upcoming licensing projects. I'd like to name it something other than "hyper-collage" but haven't thought of a suitable title yet. Let me know if you think of anything good. This will probably be my last post before heading off to Houston for a few days to judge the design awards for The Art Director's Club of Houston and to also give a brief slide lecture on my work. So nobody post anything new on Flickr until I get back! Hee, hee. Just kidding. Hit "All Sizes" on this bad boy to get a better look at the all the colorful details!! Oh, and the size of this one is 7-3/4"W x 9-3/4"H on wood panel.
It was a dreary day, yet the colors popped and hinted toward the leaf peeping season.
Credits @ JimJimothy