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Thread: Photo Assignment: Weekend 11/17/07

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    Quote Originally Posted by lamble View Post
    There are at least eight triangles at first glance.


    Yes, there are

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    Last week I went on a 'bacon run' to the Corralitos Market. Today I got to enjoy it. Honey cured bacon and fresh eggs from our neighbor's hens down the road.
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    My poor submission of many small triangles in the dry grass and one triangular stone.
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    Bored Game

    I didn't think I would post this week, and then it hit me...

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    Quote Originally Posted by SNC1923 View Post
    This is the image for which I had the highest hopes. It was difficult to reach and I spent quite a bit of time just keeping the bike upright. When I finally got everything organized, I had to shoot blind with the camera slightly below ground level in a depression. This is the best of the shotgun approach, and a worthy image, but the windmill is growing out of the bike. Aargh!


    This is a great example of a "fill flash". Great shot for photography class discussion: what's good, what could be improved upon?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Burnszilla View Post
    Last week I went on a 'bacon run' to the Corralitos Market. Today I got to enjoy it. Honey cured bacon and fresh eggs from our neighbor's hens down the road.
    sizzling good!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by lamble View Post
    There are at least eight triangles at first glance.

    On closer inspection I'm up to eleven.

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    Okay, here goes. A very important triangle to me.
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    I kind of like this one also.
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    Nice interpretation, Roy. Hard to say which is better--both perspectives have merit.

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    Triangle Count

    Quote Originally Posted by lamble View Post
    There are at least eight triangles at first glance.

    I get 16.

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    Triangles

    Kentucky's version of the PA Dutch Hex sign.



    Saw a lot of these today, just bright colors with geometric shapes on a large sheet of plywood nailed to a barn. This one just SE of Sandy Hook, KY on SR 7.

    I didn't like this assignment!!! Everytime I rode by a house or barn, all I saw were the many triangles of the roof line!!!

    It was great riding, and if you are ever in the E KY area, SR 32 from Morehead, KY to Sandy Hook, KY, and then SR 7 down to US 460, and just about any road in this area are really nice sweeper riding.

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    Tryangle



    This is my last one; I promise.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Voni View Post
    Your first is my favorite.
    And what you see as an error is actually another triangle!

    Bonus points ; )

    I saw this at Gallery Night in Alpine Friday. How many triangles do you see?

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    Four? I think. How many do YOU see?

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