Discussion in 'Exhibition Lounge' started by EightBitTony, Aug 18, 2020.
I haven’t a clue what it is. Don’t think it is big. Close up maybe.
That’ll teach me to compose replies in the adverts and forget to post.
Looking for a tenth.
Santa Pod, Canon EOS1n, Kodak Double X Film
Parton beach last summer
Parton rock mono by Alf Branch, on Flickr
Eight years ago when I looked at the pictures I had taken on our last trip, I found the last one I took of hubby was him walking up the aisle in a church towards the stained glass window at the end.
Today I took this. I think I'm feeling my mortality.
That's really quite powerful. Is the current situation with covid adding to your feeling?
I took some uner the peir shots today. I have tried many times before but never been happy, but the tide was doing the right thing this time
walton pier by Dan, on Flickr
walton pier4 by Dan, on Flickr
wqalton pier3 by Dan, on Flickr
These bring back memories. The latter years of my career were with piles.
Have they been sorted now?
The spring tide was pretty high today
high tide by Dan, on Flickr
hight tide4 by Dan, on Flickr
I'm sure it is obvious, but I often wondered how they get the supports, or as I now know to be piles, into the sea bed.
I did some 'Still-Lifes' on 1993 dated Fuji Neopan 400 rated 125 ASA in a Pentax 6x7 Mk 1 and did some A5 size Darkroom Prints on old Multigrade IV Glossy with my LPL C7700 Pro enlarger + 105mm f4.5 E-Rokkor lens and home-made D72 Print Developer. LIGHTING was 2 small Tungsten lights in reflectors which cost £3 quids years ago except for the 'Lamp' one.
Still-Life 04 by Peter Elgar, on Flickr
Still-Life 03 by Peter Elgar, on Flickr
Still-Life 01 by Peter Elgar, on Flickr
With a very big hammer - a pile driver.
I thought that was a cocktail - 1oz vodka, 1oz syrup of figs.
That sounds more like a laxative.
Vodka and prune juice if figs are unavailable...
I used to be dosed with syrup of figs regularly as a kid. Mind you, my appetite was always rubbish, with consequent results (or not). I still like figs!
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