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Re: Photography

#26 Post by dante » 13 Aug 2010, 06:10

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dante wrote:ty all!
Taken with a Canon 350D and Sigma 17-70 DC lens. The photo is an HDR image of three separate photos.
It's beautiful. Where was it taken?
Canmore, Alberta.

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#27 Post by sldawgs » 13 Aug 2010, 18:25

My brother is an amateur photographer. Some people from the Nation Trust For Historic Preservation saw a photo project that he has been doing where he takes pictures of County Courthouses in Texas Counties. They were impressed and asked him to write something for their blog. Here is a link to it: PreservationNation

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#28 Post by Agrajag » 13 Aug 2010, 18:49

sldawgs wrote:Here is a link to it: PreservationNation
From the northwestern tip of Dallam County in the panhandle, to the southeastern tip of Cameron County on the U.S.-Mexico border, is a span of over 900 miles. That’s farther than the distance between New York and Atlanta.
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I know the slide show is a collection of his favorites, but seriously--are there no overcast days in Texas?
If you wake up at a different time in a different place could you wake up as a different person?

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#29 Post by sldawgs » 13 Aug 2010, 19:02

Agrajag wrote:I know the slide show is a collection of his favorites, but seriously--are there no overcast days in Texas?
We have our share. But we have some very good days too, plus the fact that if it is raining, he usually doesn't go on the trip.

Here are the links to all 4 parts.

Part 1
Part 2
Part 3
Part 4

And here is a link to all the pictures so far.
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Re: Photography

#30 Post by Agrajag » 13 Aug 2010, 19:33

sldawgs wrote:
Agrajag wrote:I know the slide show is a collection of his favorites, but seriously--are there no overcast days in Texas?
We have our share. But we have some very good days too, plus the fact that if it is raining, he usually doesn't go on the trip.

Here are the links to all 4 parts.

Part 1
Part 2
Part 3
Part 4

And here is a link to all the pictures so far.
That's a good read... Thanks for sharing!
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#31 Post by sldawgs » 13 Aug 2010, 19:44

Agrajag wrote:
sldawgs wrote:
Agrajag wrote:I know the slide show is a collection of his favorites, but seriously--are there no overcast days in Texas?
We have our share. But we have some very good days too, plus the fact that if it is raining, he usually doesn't go on the trip.

Here are the links to all 4 parts.

Part 1
Part 2
Part 3
Part 4

And here is a link to all the pictures so far.
That's a good read... Thanks for sharing!
Thanks, I'm pretty proud of him. Here is his 365 days 365 pictures project.
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Re: Photography

#32 Post by knarf » 13 Aug 2010, 19:49

Agrajag wrote:
From the northwestern tip of Dallam County in the panhandle, to the southeastern tip of Cameron County on the U.S.-Mexico border, is a span of over 900 miles. That’s farther than the distance between New York and Atlanta.
:eek:
Wow, that's almost half an Alaska!







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#33 Post by sldawgs » 13 Aug 2010, 19:56

knarf wrote:
Agrajag wrote:
From the northwestern tip of Dallam County in the panhandle, to the southeastern tip of Cameron County on the U.S.-Mexico border, is a span of over 900 miles. That’s farther than the distance between New York and Atlanta.
:eek:
Wow, that's almost half an Alaska!
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Alaska can just shampoo my crotch. :lol:
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Re: Photography

#34 Post by Scruluce » 13 Aug 2010, 20:01

sldawgs wrote:
knarf wrote:
Agrajag wrote:
From the northwestern tip of Dallam County in the panhandle, to the southeastern tip of Cameron County on the U.S.-Mexico border, is a span of over 900 miles. That’s farther than the distance between New York and Atlanta.
:eek:
Wow, that's almost half an Alaska!
:mishchief:
Alaska can just shampoo my crotch. :lol:
sounds like dawgs is lookin for some Nanookie
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Re: Photography

#35 Post by knarf » 13 Aug 2010, 20:03

scruluce wrote:
sldawgs wrote:
knarf wrote:
Agrajag wrote:
From the northwestern tip of Dallam County in the panhandle, to the southeastern tip of Cameron County on the U.S.-Mexico border, is a span of over 900 miles. That’s farther than the distance between New York and Atlanta.
:eek:
Wow, that's almost half an Alaska!
:mishchief:
Alaska can just shampoo my crotch. :lol:
sounds like dawgs is lookin for some Nanookie
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Re: Photography

#36 Post by alan smithee » 15 Aug 2010, 13:53

sldawgs wrote:My brother is an amateur photographer. Some people from the Nation Trust For Historic Preservation saw a photo project that he has been doing where he takes pictures of County Courthouses in Texas Counties. They were impressed and asked him to write something for their blog. Here is a link to it: PreservationNation

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very cool
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Re: Photography

#38 Post by Scruluce » 24 Feb 2012, 15:38

beautiful! did you take this?
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Re: Photography

#39 Post by You Know, for Kids » 28 Feb 2012, 07:55

I need to learn how to use a camera.

It's especially embarrassing that I don't know what the hell I am doing, considering that my father was a professional photographer.
It's fun, it's healthy, it's good exercise. The kids will just love it. and we put a little sand inside to make the experience more pleasant.

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