***Mini Challenge #535: Framed

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KBTinto Senior Member • Posts: 1,109
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Re: Exhibits: ***Mini Challenge #535: Framed

Like the surreal character of the first image and storytelling nature of the last one. Both very effective  in B&W as well. Thanks.

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Memories of days out and holidays...

A walk in the gardens of Anglesey Abbey...

The view towards Lode Mill - a functioning watermill. The waterway is the feed water for the mill race.

A couple of images from Paris, taken with a tiny little Canon Ixus...

Pat between the Shedu [Lamassu] in the Assyrian rooms of The Louvre - They are from Dur Sharrukin, which is modern-day Khorsabad, the capital of Sargon II

I hadn't noticed before, but the rectangular frame in the window at the back of the image is a security scanner and 3200 years ago that's what the Shedu did - stood guard over the entrance to a royal city. I don't think they had buzzers and flashing lights.

Napoleon Bonaparte standing guard over Les Invalides

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OP Michael86 Contributing Member • Posts: 580
Re: ***Mini Challenge #535: Three entries

Three very intersting images. The first one is beautiful- lovely composition and light. Napoleon also looks quite striking and ominous keeping watch  I’m sure he would approve of his memorial. Thanks.

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JFK Dallas Window
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This is the view Lee Harvey Oswald had from the 6th floor of the Dallas School Book Depository building on that fateful day in November 1963. The cross on the road marks the spot where the first bullet found its mark.

Visiting the Kennedy Museum in this building was quite an emotional experience.

Interestingly, the museum acquired and had on display, most of the cameras that were used by bystanders to capture  the Kennedy motorcade as it passed by  this site.

I highly recommend a visit to the museum. It is a fine tribute to a great man.

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OP Michael86 Contributing Member • Posts: 580
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Yes clever. We have a TV commercial here in Oz which uses a similar concept.

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PMUK
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Hi, Six Exhibits from us this time -

From me:

1. Angkor Wat, Siem Reap, Cambodia. Photographing the photographers.

2. Woods on the approach to Plas Newydd (National Trust property), Llanfairpwll, Anglesey.

3. Taj Mahal, Agra, India. First sight.

From Karen:

1. Riviera Maya, Mexico. When your dozy husband jumps in the swim-up pool first thing and discovers it’s not as warm as he thought it was…

2. Agra Fort, Agra, India. Arch frenzy.

3. Approach to Kathmandu, Nepal. When you realise not everything you’re looking at are clouds…

Phil

Angkor Wat, Siem Reap, Cambodia. Photographing the photographers.

Woods on the approach to Plas Newydd (National Trust property), Llanfairpwll, Anglesey.

Taj Mahal, Agra, India. First sight.

Riviera Maya, Mexico. When your dozy husband jumps in the swim-up pool first thing and discovers it’s not as warm as he thought it was…

Agra Fort, Agra, India. Arch frenzy.

Approach to Kathmandu, Nepal. When you realise not everything you’re looking at are clouds…

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OP Michael86 Contributing Member • Posts: 580
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Nice variety. Particularly like the 2nd, 3rd and 5th images. Great location shots, well done.

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Hi Michael,

Pleased you enjoyed them - thank you for your kind words, appreciated.

Phil

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Travelshooter traveling.

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KBTinto Senior Member • Posts: 1,109
Re: Exhibits: ***Mini Challenge #535: Framed

Michael86 wrote:

Like the surreal character of the first image and storytelling nature of the last one. Both very effective in B&W as well. Thanks.

Thanks.

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abiquiuense
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How long does it take to go from your pad, on a single mission/purpose, through all of photo #1, and back to your pad?

I'm asking this because, I don't know what you photographed.  I see that it's an escalator type thing.  But, what I see more is the symmetry and form, which you captured very well.

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Nice. Traveling is fun.

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dbogdan
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Re: ***Mini Challenge #535: Framed **Exhibits**

A few more,

Detroit

Framed and re framed

from a silo series I did years back

From my MCS/Train Station series. The MCS is now being renovated by Ford Motor

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Bill Borne
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Cool. There is sill controversy over it

I think most people remember where they heard of it!

For me it was in Assembly 1st year high school

Michael86 wrote:

This is the view Lee Harvey Oswald had from the 6th floor of the Dallas School Book Depository building on that fateful day in November 1963. The cross on the road marks the spot where the first bullet found its mark.

Visiting the Kennedy Museum in this building was quite an emotional experience.

Interestingly, the museum acquired and had on display, most of the cameras that were used by bystanders to capture the Kennedy motorcade as it passed by this site.

I highly recommend a visit to the museum. It is a fine tribute to a great man.

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Bit late for the Valentine

OP Michael86 Contributing Member • Posts: 580
Re: ***Mini Challenge #535: Framed **Exhibits**

Very creative series using openings that are different to the norm. Work well in B&W. Thanks

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Cute.

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It had a big impact here in Australia as well Bill. I was in Primary school.

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