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Old 10-20-2019, 11:56 PM
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The Shutterbug Pub, Monday, 21 October, 2019


A Mailbox on the Road to Eldorado

Janette's 87th Birthday, October 22 (woops, I'm a day ahead of myself - must be getting old! )

The acorn falls not far from the tree from which a white oak grows

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Re: The Shutterbug Pub, Monday, 21 October, 2019

Love that engine cover and massive tree. Good Monday to you!!
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Re: The Shutterbug Pub, Monday, 21 October, 2019

Good morning, Mark. Very nifty photos. Love the baby tree seen with its mother. 😊

Good morning, Quint.

This is some locust pods that caught my eye.

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Hi Mark!
Thanks for starting the week off with today's thread!
I love the tractor iron work!
Massive, old oak tree and sprout; circle of life.

Pretty blues in your pod photo, Ginny.

We had rain all day Saturday and it cleared up Sunday with a nice breeze,
so we ventured up to the lake in search of sails.

She was just launched and not dressed out yet.
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Re: The Shutterbug Pub, Monday, 21 October, 2019

Good day all.
Looks like a great daily today. Thanks for starting the daily, Mark. Your mailbox made me smile. Looks like a lot of cool parts use to create the tractor and rider. I love the big tree. Can I play around with it a little bit I see a face in the trunk and would like to embellish it a tad.

Ginny,
Wow, the pods are very clear. That's a nice composition. Loving the blues and greens.

Patty, I am glad that you got a break from the rainy weather. I bet the sailor was happy too. That's a very calming looking photo.

I think this follows the theme of fresh air, outdoors and nature.


Have a wonderful start to your week.
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Re: The Shutterbug Pub, Monday, 21 October, 2019

Very good images for Monday above mine

This is not from Switzerland, but could be of interest.
With WHITE PLASTIC RING over the lens, INCIDENT STYLE. I found my shutter and ISO in P MODE
This gave 1/20 at 1600 Manual.
This gave a Cam EV of 0
Then I removed the RING and did the image Still in P MODE.
There is no PP on this except cropping

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Re: The Shutterbug Pub, Monday, 21 October, 2019

Lorell, I just don't know how to describe your process, but its
quite beautiful!
Love the quietude of the entire 'scape with the picnic table as
a resting place for the eye.

Norm, that's a nice portrait!
Your lighting looks just right.
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Re: The Shutterbug Pub, Monday, 21 October, 2019

My thanks for the kind words damar. Using the plastic ring - with care - does give very accurate lighting. The light is supplied by a table lamp with dimmer control set quite low.
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Re: The Shutterbug Pub, Monday, 21 October, 2019

Thanks Patty,
I was on my way to pick up some grinders for my daughter and I when we were up at our trailer last weekend. And as I walked to the car I saw this beautiful sunset staring me in the face. It was one of the few photos I took last weekend.


Norm, Nice lighting on Anne's face. Her complexion looks gorgeous, like a 20 year old. Please share that with her. But I got to take some credit for the exposure. If you scroll quickly through mine and your posts, it looks like my sun is illuminating Anne's face!

Okay Norm, waiting to see the points of interest you and Anne saw in Switzerland. Did you go to museums, art galleries, the alps, ….??? Did you have to do a lot of walking, hiking, etc?
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Re: The Shutterbug Pub, Monday, 21 October, 2019

Lorell
I have put a few images from Switz in last week's daily's. I know the weekend may had some - but had some very good locals as well on page 3 especially. I forgot when I started, but I did put in some earlier.

My kind and warm thanks for the most kind words you posted today. This and my weekend ones are the best I have done recently.

I will go back to my Swits images. I had some from our earlier visits so I did not do as many as some would - but will post what I find.
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Thanks Patty,
I was on my way to pick up some grinders for my daughter and I when we were up at our trailer last weekend. And as I walked to the car I saw this beautiful sunset staring me in the face. It was one of the few photos I took last weekend.

Lorell, I haven't heard the word "grinders" in decades!!!
(I did some time up north)
Well good thing you had your camera with you!
The color is really nice.
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Re: The Shutterbug Pub, Monday, 21 October, 2019

Patty, nifty candid shot. 😊

Lorell, that is an amazingly gorgeous sunset. A beauty spot and great composition.

Good work, Norm.
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Re: The Shutterbug Pub, Monday, 21 October, 2019

Lorell;
Last night we were watching the British Antiques Roadshow on KCTS Seattle. During the program, a painting of Queen Elizabeth II at 35 or so came on. It was to do with her coronation, I think.
Anyway, we were shocked to see the colors on the Queen's skin in the painting was almost a DEAD RINGER in color to Anne's skin in her mage from earlier in the day. We had no idea this image was going to turn up on TV, so I could not have worked my image up to that level on purpose.
That cements my TOTAL use of INCIDENT METERING for sure.
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