Discussion in 'Talking Pictures' started by Geren, Feb 10, 2020.
Is that second pic Rupert Murdoch and his missus?
Absolutely not! Ha!
I had to think hard - it's Henry and Anne.
Well, what with the Donald threatening to leave the US and move to Scotland, thought RM might be spying out the land, arranging accommodation for his paparazzi and so forth...
One would not be amused...
Think of the fun you could have with the wind and his syrup...
Oh, Pete, you forgot the comma "Nuns with movements - whatever , next
You lost me there Jack. A question mark was missing though.
Didn't know it was a mandatory - can't find anything to say you need to post an image to comment. Please guide me to where that is stated as a requirement.
I think you have already said the reason yourself.
IMO a great exercise is for people to think about what they are photographing and why? What I have noticed personally is that there are a few people on this forum who seem only to be here to troll those who are actually engage in a debate, somehow thinking this shows off their superior intellect/knowledge while adding nothing to the conversation, and whether that is the reason that the contributors to these threads represent so few of the actual number of members of the forum?
end your own quote.
A poicture says a thousand words - and that's why we are here. Or is Those who can do, those who can't teach?
...but, I think, fair!
Unfortunately, such eunuchs are not as unique as they think themselves to be...
But the the forum title is "Talking Pictures" not "Taking Pictures" - the description above say - For discussions on, about, and referencing photography; the art of, the proponents of, the love of photographs - not kit, nor technology, but technique, styles, genres, historical and contemporary.
There's a very nice bridge here...
I’m sure that I’ve got a picture of that somewhere.
edit: 20 mins later. It took a bit of finding but I thought it looked familiar
DSCF0777.jpg by Pete, on Flickr
DSCF0780.jpg by Pete, on Flickr
I don't know how you do it Kate, but that photo of yours is wonderful, I love it
Thank you very much. I was very lucky it was shown in Texas at an art exhibition and got a special mention there. I was chuffed!
Wow, well I'm not surprised
Separate names with a comma.