Discussion in 'Exhibition Lounge' started by Dan S, Mar 24, 2020.
Perhaps like an oyster?
A bit like picking up a caramel sweet, biting into it, and finding a brussel sprout (over-boiled) inside.
Vomit emoji still required.
I used to love them. I really hate whippy ice cream now though.
These are my Isolation photos from the last couple of days.
flowers-25 by Dan, on Flickr
flowers-18 by Dan, on Flickr
flowers-7 by Dan, on Flickr
flowers-8 by Dan, on Flickr
Depending on what tou call a photo...
We had some good clear nights, sso this is 12 hours of RGB data on Messier 106 in Canes venatici. I still need another 4 hors Luminance and a good helping of Hydrogen-alpha data to pick up some jets near the core, but this will do for now.
As always Dave, your pic is great. Make sure you post the finished result as well
A couple from this lunchtimes walk (daily exercise plus visit to the corner shop for a couple of things)...
A well trained digger, self-isolating.
A couple of feral trolleys, ignoring the rules about distancing.
And a question...
PROFESSIONAL toilet roll? Huh?
Apart from the washing, done, out and dry - I used the last of my SR flour.
Looks good. Would make some myself, but it'll be a couple of days before my extracted wisdom tooth let's me.
I'll just have to continue gargling - with a single malt preferably, although I may accidentally swallow some of it.
It was a heck of a time to get it taken out. Glad it went smoothly and quickly. Hope it heals up quickly.
There was loads of sanitizer available at reception, everyone was masked up, sanitized hands going in and out, and altogether far better than I thought it would be.
Now I just have to help my wife polish off the hedgehog shaped chocolate cake I got for her birthday - not sure I fancy it though (and not sure my dentist would approve!) Will probably stick with simple stuff like boiled eggs for now - no hardship there, I love them.
Just don't eat any peas for a while - or rice krispies.
I was supposed to lead a filters workshop at an NT property for the local photo society around now, so obviously abandoned. Instead I'm doing a daily example and comments on their FB site.
Lots of dos and don'ts and demos. Today was using an ND grad upside down to hold detail, but not having a white sand or snow scene about the house, I had to make do with saving all the detail in white-fronted house opposite. Sun was very low and the wood panels were just about gone.
That's a nice idea Mike, giving examples via Facebook.
I like that!
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