Waynecam

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Joined on Dec 15, 2002

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  • Hi Rich. As I told Andrew I think you're right about the fishing part. Fishing used to be my thing but I lost my way and bought a camera. Bad choice I'd say. the fishing quote I like is, "Hold my ...
  • Thanks Craig. It is a nice spoty on a quiet river to sit and contemplate the meaning of life, one of my favorite things to do. I haven't figured it out yet and at 85 I better get busy.
  • Thank Andrew. I guess I'd have to agree on the fishing part. I used to be an avid fisherman but it's gone by the wayside. When I lived in a small fishing village on the BE coast it was easy to ...
  • This flag display is called the Field of Honor. Held every year by the Georgetown , Texas Rotary Club to honor vets and make money for a veteran's fund. Many who buy them return each year to ...
  • Replied in Canva
    Canvas meant to shade a sitting area in a local park on the beach. Nothing unusual, it just appeals to me with the angle of the sun and the canvas itself. Sort of an abstract I suppose. Usually ...
  • Replied in Ella
    I'm sorry you misunderstood my post. I admitted I'm not a portrait photographer and rather than being condescending I was merely pointing out what it looked like to me. I see no dreaming in that ...
  • Well now, I think I could tackle that mountain if I could drive. I've seen those sticks before on the way into Yellowstone Natl Park Road. I even wiped out a side view mirror om my RV when I got ...
  • Replied in Hockey
    Nice set Andrew. I've never seen any fights in your images so I assume thry don't have an "enforcer" at that age. I guess it's the parents that do all  the fighting from some of the newscasts I've ...
  • Replied in Mixed Bag
    Nice set Rich. I'm impressed by the fog bank and of course the Studebaker. Looks like they should have used that one in Back to the Future instead of the DeLorean. I never owned a Studebaker  but ...
  • Replied in Ella
    Is she dead?  No, I'm not a portrait photographer and I don't post to this forum. I see that everyone else likes it but I see no signs of life from the model. Is this the new portrait style?
  • Replied in I Am the Law
    I think the expression works fine. She has that sultry look that says "I know what your're thinking. You'd  just love to get a look at these."
  • Boy, I love number one. The cloud on the mountain almost looks like  a giant wave of water about to wash over the peak, run downhill and wipe out the stone structure. Very nice.
  • Replied in Various
    Hi Rich. You've hit on two of my favorite subjects, women and murals. In that order I think, although I may have lost a step or two. Luckily, the murals don't move so that's mostly what I shoot ...
  • Replied in Estranny
    Do you ever take a bad image. Amazing portraits. How long have you been doing this?
  • Replied in Day Two
    I'm a little confused as to whether you are hiking on this trip or driving. Seems like pretty rugged country to be driving. So you're hiking? -- http://www.pbase.com/waynes6
  • Very nice images as usual. (I really like the shot of the stream with the reflected clouds.
  • Hey, what size is your garage? Wouldn't want to leave anything that nice out in the weather. I say go for it.
  • Replied in Group Reply
    Thanks for your comments guys. I can't say much about this one,  but as many of you commented, I thought the sky was worth the effort.
  • Replied in Grain Country
    Taken a while back.
  • Replied in Odds and Sods
    A sunny sky in Scotland? You must have photoshopped in that nice sky. Nice set in any case.
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