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Photo of the Day: March 2019

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Welcome to Photo of the Day. The POTD thread was started by iGary in May, 2006 and converted to a monthly thread in November 2007 by Arn. POTD is one of the most popular picture groups on MacRumors, often exceeding 500 posts and 20,000 views per month.

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Dreaming of summer
 

keyrex

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What is this greenery? We get yet more snow this weekend. :confused:

We’ve been a bit lucky with our weather it’s been up to 21*C this week, long may it last too. Lots of flowers and buds on woodland walks at this time of year seems a bit odd but it’s great
 
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Apple fanboy

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This little guy decided to find nest materials. Apparently he didn't know it was only February!
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Jealous! I only get flowers right now if I hunt and gather them at the grocery store, and we never have sunsets like that here.

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Well even shop bought flowers are beautiful.
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Lovely monochrome.
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Beautiful colours.
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I've never done much panning. Should give it a try.
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View attachment 824129 Windy day at the sea shore.
Oh buoy that's choppy!
 
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I've never done much panning. Should give it a try.


Same apple fanboy, haven't done much pan play. At uni again and looking for new things, I'm usually a wide angle fan so making myself city walk with primes and telephoto to shake me up. Good fun
 
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Apple fanboy

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I've never done much panning. Should give it a try.


Same apple fanboy, haven't done much pan play. At uni again and looking for new things, I'm usually a wide angle fan so making myself city walk with primes and telephoto to shake me up. Good fun
I struggle with primes. I’ve always had zooms and you get used to them.
Taking my 24-70mm to Barcelona tomorrow. It gives me the most versatility for a non photography holiday.
 
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tizeye

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I struggle with primes. I’ve always had zooms and you get used to them.
Taking my 24-70mm to Barcelona tomorrow. It gives me the most versatility for a non photography holiday.
While I am writing up my Weekly contest summary to be posted shortly, Barcelona is mentioned. Additionally, I just posted how to take pano's. In Barcelona, definitely go to the Market around the middle of the Rambles walk. Also, across the street is a nice Tapas café to relax. While there are a lot of (crowed and over priced) restaurants along the Rambles, my favorite was about a block back, again across the street from the Market) called Living Barcelona. I overlooks a town square that has an excavation revealing the original Roman road and burials alongside the road that I have posted photos of here.
[doublepost=1551533816][/doublepost]Barcelona Market - a street photography wonderland! Six or seven long aisles, both sides stocked with vendors and transitions from fruit, vegetables/produce, meat, seafood, and candy with colors galore.
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Apple fanboy

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While I am writing up my Weekly contest summary to be posted shortly, Barcelona is mentioned. Additionally, I just posted how to take pano's. In Barcelona, definitely go to the Market around the middle of the Rambles walk. Also, across the street is a nice Tapas café to relax. While there are a lot of (crowed and over priced) restaurants along the Rambles, my favorite was about a block back, again across the street from the Market) called Living Barcelona. I overlooks a town square that has an excavation revealing the original Roman road and burials alongside the road that I have posted photos of here.
[doublepost=1551533816][/doublepost]Barcelona Market - a street photography wonderland!
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Thanks for the tips. I’ll add them to my itinerary. I’m going with two none photography friends, so I’ll have to fit in photography when I can.
 
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tizeye

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Thanks for the tips. I’ll add them to my itinerary. I’m going with two none photography friends, so I’ll have to fit in photography when I can.
It also dawned on me that the only lens I had was the kit 28-70 as I had borrowed a friend's Sony a7, leaving the Nikon at home except the 70-300 with adapter which I didn't use. So the photo was taken by the 28-70. The experience was also the beginning of my transition from Nikon to Sony. Your non-photo friends - believe me, the will be distracted.
 
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