December Doodads - Day Eleven

Discussion in 'Image Quest' started by Jules, Dec 11, 2013.

  1. Jules

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    Bremer Valley, Australia
    Julie-Anne
  2. wt21

    wt21 Hall of Famer Subscribing Member

    Aug 15, 2010
    Nice one Jules. Love the high-key effect.
     
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  4. ivoire

    ivoire All-Pro

    Dec 3, 2011
    chicago burbs
    mike
    a little light
     

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  5. adanac

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    Sep 30, 2011
    Vancouver, BC
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    Eeek... just noticed I messed up earlier, I need to do that one again to get the plane of focus aligned with the chain links. I'm am collecting images of bike parts for a project.
     
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  6. drd1135

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    Jul 13, 2011
    Lexington, Virginia
    Steve
    The toolbox, home of the working doodads:
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  7. Tiny snowperson

    A tiny (barely 6 inches tall) snowperson, built by an enterprising child and placed atop a fence in downtown Talent, Oregon, just after a winter snowstorm.

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    Snowperson by La Chachalaca FotografĂ­a, on Flickr
     
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  8. TheRubySusan

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    Henry, IL
    Ruby
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  10. TheRubySusan

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    Sep 2, 2013
    Henry, IL
    Ruby
    Well, it's SOOC, taken around 9am - the imprints of the soles of his "running shoes" in a light dusting of snow on a concrete porch. So I'd say it's just a really nice impression of the treads of the shoes, in snow that wasn't deep enough to fill in the deepest hollows, making a lot of different textures. I'm glad you said something, because I felt a little silly putting down the trash bag and going back for the camera to take a picture of them, but they did seem striking somehow. Which is the long way around of saying, now you've mentioned it, I don't know why it looks like the concrete is pushing up through the snow - but unconsciously that trick of the light is probably what caught my eye.
     
  11. drd1135

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    Jul 13, 2011
    Lexington, Virginia
    Steve
    It's very cool. A naturally occurring optical illusion and a pleasing image. Nice catch.
     
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