>>>>Weekly "Is it ART?" Thread<<<< April 19, 2014

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Timj351
Timj351 Veteran Member • Posts: 4,126
Re: Wild Ride

leeland48 wrote:

-Another one that looks like the 1950s Dan Dare comic guessing what the future might look like ! I think they got it spot on. Good eye Tim.
lee

Thanks Lee. They sure did.

-Tim

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leeland48
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Re: "Brave Heart" David.Bruno.Zin.Erik.Karen.

Thank you for your comments folks.
lee

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BruceWD
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WILDFLOWER ABSTRACTS

Hi The original photos shown are ok but the ABSTRACTS I thought were interesting. What do you think of the abstracts? Bruce

Erik Ohlson
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Re: WILDFLOWER ABSTRACTS

WILD wildflowers !

Great job.

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nicodimus22
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Re: His bark is worse than his bite.

Yup. I love sycamore bark. One of my favorite things.

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Erik Ohlson
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Re: His bark is worse than his bite.

nicodimus22 wrote:

Yup. I love sycamore bark. One of my favorite things.

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"If I handed my 5-year old daughter my iPhone and asked her to take a picture of that, would your photo look any different from hers?" -Scott Kelby

That being the case, it's a shame you don't have Eucalyptus in your neck of the woods - similar peeling bark.  

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djddpr
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Re: WILDFLOWER ABSTRACTS

Bruce,

Sorry, but this time I am not with you.  Your originals are so nice that the abstracts do not measure up (positive intent).

David Dollevoet

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djddpr
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Re: Chicago Botanic Garden

leeland48 wrote:

Very nice David I like it a lot as they say a Wall Hanger.
lee

Lee,

Thanks so much.  I am satisfied at how it turned out.  Much appreciated.

David Dollevoet

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Re: Chicago Botanic Garden

Ianperegian wrote:

I think that’s an attractive result David, with the pattern of harmonious colours and the added relief effect.

Ian

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Ian,

Thanks for looking and for your kind (and insightful) words.

David Dollevoet

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in_focus
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Re: Grave of Jeasus - Erik, Karen, Lee..
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Thanks for having a look guys and thanks for not flaming me, LOL ..

All my best,

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Bruno

in_focus
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Re: UPSIDE DOWN REFLECTION + ABSTRACT

Excellent creations, Bruce.. abstract feeling perfectly captured and presented - a true keepers ..

Kind regards,

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Bruno

manthasfamily
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David

djddpr wrote:

Karen,

Well, I for one am jealous. I tried Fotosketcher multiple times and could not get quality like yours.

David Dollevoet

Hey David, not all works out well with Fotosketcher, but those that do really look good.  So don't give up.

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Karen
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manthasfamily
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Re: Male Catkin...Lee

leeland48 wrote:

-I love the colours Karen it is a stunning image for something so simple
lee

Thank you Lee!  Fotosketcher  works well at times.

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Karen
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Briansdad1
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A collective "Thank you"

I just don't have time to reply to all the posts here. There is a lot of creativity and good work to be recognized though. Thank you to all of you who have posted so far. I enjoyed your images.

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BruceWD
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Re: UPSIDE DOWN REFLECTION + ABSTRACT

Thanks Bruce

Erik Ohlson
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Re: Grave of Jeasus - Erik, Karen, Lee..

in_focus wrote:

Thanks for having a look guys and thanks for not flaming me, LOL ..

All my best,

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Bruno

I'm always on the lookout for your photos which are uniformly great.

My wife had a travelouge on the TV last night, showing Slovenia and I was eagerly hoping it would include Kamnik, but, no.

Maybe for the best, keeping your gem of a town off the beaten path.

It's impressive how many wonderful shrines you have in that area harking back to more contemplative times.

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in_focus
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Re: Grave of Jeasus - Erik

Erik Ohlson wrote:

in_focus wrote:

Thanks for having a look guys and thanks for not flaming me, LOL ..

All my best,

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Bruno

I'm always on the lookout for your photos which are uniformly great.

My wife had a travelouge on the TV last night, showing Slovenia and I was eagerly hoping it would include Kamnik, but, no.

Maybe for the best, keeping your gem of a town off the beaten path.

It's impressive how many wonderful shrines you have in that area harking back to more contemplative times.

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Thanks again, Erik.. your interest in Sunny Side of the Alps and especially our medieval Kamnik is greatly appreciated, .. thank you for kind words..

Best regards,

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Bruno

carizi
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Re: Artist Unknown..........

What an awesome photo op....Great IQ on this capture too....

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in_focus
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Re: Wild Ride - Lee

leeland48 wrote:

-Another one that looks like the 1950s Dan Dare comic guessing what the future might look like ! I think they got it spot on. Good eye Tim.
lee

Thanks for triggering my memory, mate.. Dan Dare and his friend Digby were my childhood favorite heroes fighting the little green and super intelligent creature by name of Mekon.

Cheers,

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Bruno

in_focus
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Re: Waterlilies

Fine composition and remarkable PP work, Ian.. to me it looks as delicate ink drawing sensible shaded with watercolors - a true keeper, thank you for sharing ..

Cheers,

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