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Harvested hay in a bag on a Wisconsin farm field

I read an article in a camera magazine about intentional camera movement and thought I'd give it a go. Felt slightly stupid wiggling the camera at first but then I got into it : ) The results are very hit and miss but its something different to try.

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More fun from our French canal holiday in April... this time reflections in the wake of the boat :)

The slot canyon section of Valley of Fire SP called the Wiggles. Three exposure shot to balance the light and dark sections

  

The theme for September challenge with Amy was "B&W and square" and we both did 10 shots.

 

Take a look at the rest of the shots + the earlier challenge shots here:

 

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Some of the shops along Rainbow Harbor.

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5x7", Gouache and Ink on Paper.

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Wiggled (maybe a bit too much stereo separation... try the parallel viewing method (like magic eye))

Just a little bit... one of Martha's favourite poses...

The dense little forest of what I presume to be ferns that captured the feather in the previous image. I love how they stretch to find the light.

This fractal was created in Ultra Fractal using the following...

 

Formula Phoenix Julia

Inside Polygon Traps

Outside Circle Traps

Trap Mode Sum

  

This is Allure Monogram Wearing the red ribbon dress from Herve Leger Barbie. If you see this photo, consider yourself tagged.

Walter's Wiggles on the Angels Landing hike in Zion National Park

San Francisco CA, near the Pier 14.

So I've attempted my first 2 articulated curvy girls, with so-so success. They are sturdy and pretty pose-able, but I'm still struggling to make them look smooth. I used the wonderful art of Picmonkey to make the picture look better, but I'm going to keep working.

 

Janie (on the left) turned out better than Nikki (the right). Until Mattel makes more articulated girls, I'll keep trying.

It's better to wiggle-wag than to bark (markers)

 

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