Brent Lossing

Brent Lossing

Lives in United States Savage, United States
Works as a origami consultant
Has a website at http://www.pbase.com/brent
Joined on Dec 21, 2000
About me:

To be a Magellan - being the first to discover the indigenous

Brent Lossing's recent activity

  • Replied in Swan
    perfect!
  • Replied in Abstract...
    LouHolland wrote: Abstract : Film Museum "Eye" Amsterdam, The Netherlands. Interesting how the eye and mind try to place everything "correctly" in space. best seen enlarged
  • While I have not left the batteries out in the cold overnight I have gone on 3-5 hour hikes with the camera on a mono-pod (ie not inside my jacket).  It has been repeatably below 10F since January...
  • I was taking pictures of snow patterns up north and noticed this odd thing - the ski tracks and the snow drift formed almost perfect non-converging lines:
  • Replied in O my goodness!
    I love this shot! No wonder you shoot so well - you have been doing great stuff for a long time! thanks! brent
  • boxerman wrote: Brent Lossing wrote: It is easy to see how mythology of horses coming out of the waves arose from these shots! They seem so alive and ready to burst free. I don't know this. But, I...
  • They are trumpeter swans.  It seems just last year there were only a pair that were introduced - this winter there were up to 40 swans in this small lake (along with herds of geese and gazillions...
  • Replied in Wonderful shots!
    It is easy to see how mythology of horses coming out of the waves arose from these shots!  They seem so alive and ready to burst free. It must have been a real treat to have the privilege of being...
  • If the spares are not Olympus brand and they came with their own charger, then try to charge these batteries with the non-Olympus charger. Thanks,brenthttp://www.pbase.com/brent
  • Replied in Swans
    Some images since January at a small pond where the water stays open all winter...
  • The top shot is a good documentary shot - the crop is an excellent picture that draws you in - excellent juxtaposition of the large statue with us little people :) How you liking the new camera?  ...
  • Replied in Thanks, and
    I know the first image is a little weird - one of the things I find interesting about the fish eye is how it really compresses a lot of space into the edges of the picture - I thought this was kind...
  • dharma108 wrote: Beautiful building - nicely isolated.  Just watch the YouTube video of the two people BASE jumping from the tower: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nz7sxt9xeJE This shot taken...
  • Replied in Jo
    CollBaxter wrote: Looks so fragile with fearless eyes.
  • dave gaines wrote: Looks like she is being tele-ported thru a time machine.  Given the backdrop it is hard to imagine water ever going thru here. On a hike in the local mountains today. ISO 100,...
  • Replied in In my ignorance
    Brad Ross wrote: I always thought that the cable cars had their own engines and the cable was electric.  That was a bit of education for me :) Very interesting shot! I am in San Francisco for a...
  • Lou Just came back from a Matisse exhibit.   He was very interested in balance and space within a two dimensional frame of view working towards a minimum number of visual cues to represent where...
  • maljo@inreach.com wrote: ...that way I don't have to shift the camera in my hands. plus it is a great conversation starter when you arrive at the party with your picnic table!
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