Photo of the day: August 2012

oblomow

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It's August on the International Dateline.


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Even in Poland churches get closed. But as always the cemetery is well maintained.

 
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Eolian

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Three-stage lightning, a slightly different take with sepia tones.
 
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sananda

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The National Theatre illuminated by the flames of thousands of torches to mark the opening of the Olympics.

Leica M8, ISO 160, 35mm Summarit, f2.5, 1/90.
 

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bendrix!

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iPhone 4s Panorama Pix from Toronto Island July 2012



I was able to stitch a clean almost seamless horizon photo with an iPhone app called Panorama (the one with the trademark logo) in a matter of seconds with no editing involved. I wish i had my monopod with me but I held the camera as steady as I could and it seems to have worked well. I took this pict in July 2012 from Toronto Island. It was the first time I had ever been to Toronto so I was all wide eyed and feeling the YUM of the city. It was also the first time I had taken my iPhone to a new city for a touristy hike. I'll try to post a few more panoramas from that trip in this thread. Oh I notice that the pict looks rather small in this thread if you want to see it a larger scale you can download it or view it on my Pinterest Toronto Island Pict link.

- bendrix :)
 

Phrasikleia

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Over there------->
Woot! First one :)..

I've been trying to post a least one pic a month,

Here's mine for this month, not the most exciting subject but I know, but i kind of liked it


Wheel barrow by Shaun Wilkinson Photography, on Flickr
Nice color palette and rustic charm. It evokes that good feeling of knowing it's time to relax after a hard day's work.

There you go making me want to visit New Zealand again.

On Saturday my church ordained and installed a new associate pastor.

Nice repetition of patterns. This one would probably sell well as a stock photo.
 

firedept

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I call this Tiki Man. Look at the rock carefully and you will see the face!!! I found him on a hike I was doing in Alberta, Canada.
 

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