Photo of the day: September 2013

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    MacRy

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    It's September on the International Dateline.


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    I'll kick it off with this one.

    F5.6, ISO 200, 1/220, Fuji X100

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    A shot taken with Nikon D80...
     

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    Emu in the Australian Outback.
    When driving at night, these birds will dart out right in front of you and run across the road, often in great numbers, you can really only do 50km/h max (~30mph) safely in these areas.

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    This is a photo of Dingle Bay, Ireland, on a rare sunny evening. I like the way that the line of the boats leads your eye into the sunset.

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    Ireland-41 by AdamDTurner, on Flickr
     
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    Album Art

    Anybody know of a Heavy Metal band called the Steam Hammers - maybe an album cover!!!!!:D

    Historical Naval Dockyard Chatham - Big Shed and PP with Nik

    PS I know it wont be everyones taste!

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    Boring machines! Lol.
     
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    Lol


    Lol...... the Boring Machines is the 2nd band after the Steam Hammers breaks up over money! :rolleyes:
     
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    Foggy Headland, Lower Island Cove, Newfoundland.

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    Another one from Wales. [​IMG]
     
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    I can't help returning to this spot since it's literally just outside my back door. The sunsets get interesting this time of the year aided by the forest fires west of here. From last night.

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    From the National Museum of the USAF

    Taken with the Sony RX100m2

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    DSC00121e2 by amnPhotography, on Flickr

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    Love this. Really good shot.
     
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    Nice shot. I like you went for B&W on this. Seems to work well.
     
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    This is what I remember the kitchen being like when I was a wee lad: the blue & white milk jug, the metal measuring cylinder (I still have one just like that...) and the brown mixing bowl. The window light, filtered through the net curtain, and the subdued colour palette, really add to the atmosphere...

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    Nice light and shadows in the church yard.
     
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    Daughter has a new passion

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    Reminds me of when I was a kid , too . Actually , up until around 20 years back , I could visit older relatives whose houses were furnished remarkably close to what was in that museum house . They were from the Depression Era , when folks bought something and expected it to last them out.
     
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    Nice shot Barry and great moody sky...think I saw a few like that recently. :)

    Cape St. George, Newfoundland:

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    Thanks!
     
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    A strong image that as I scrolled down the page really popped when it became a panoramic type format! :cool:

    Gorgeous colours and great detail Peter.

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    Found this little fella out in the front yard this morning amongst the rock roses. It was pretty small, about 40mm in body length. Wish I had the macro lens on to get even better detail and that I could have gotten a front on view, but as I went around to grab a shot from the front it took off.

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    From the Marshall/Miami game Saturday. Herd won 52-14!
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    Photo of the day: September 2013

    Blacksmith

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