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#31 2006-05-04 12:27:43

feritciva
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From: istanbul
Registered: 2004-05-13

Re: Photos of Wonderment

Well, I'm not good at photographing but Montalk & Pictus got me into this, their photos are great smile

I'll try to post a pic from Florence, Italy - one of the most beautiful cities in Europe.

This is Florence Sunset from Piazza Michalengelo, a hill with great view of whole city:


http://static.flickr.com/52/140267111_f5bf076878.jpg?v=0



Edit: Where did I go wrong? I thought the pics would be in this post? I uploaded the pics to flickr and put them into [url]tags. What else?

Edit 2: Wow! Thanks Siri. What a mistake! This shows I'm really beginner in this photo thing. I only put Florence Sunset photo this time.

Last edited by feritciva (2006-05-05 08:47:11)


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#32 2006-05-04 16:11:31

Pictus
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Re: Photos of Wonderment

Hehehehehehe Thanks friends!

Cipher,
Thanks for the link, I did not know but suspected it was Terragen made.

Feritciva,
The photobug bitted you lol
Italy, WoW, good start!!
Some tips to improve your photo skills
http://forum.noblerealms.org/viewtopic. … 321#p32321

You are using the page address, not the picture. (here the pictures links)
http://static.flickr.com/52/140267111_f … 78.jpg?v=0
http://static.flickr.com/47/140267109_d … b2.jpg?v=0
With Opera just right click the picture and use the option ‘Copy image address’


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#33 2006-05-05 07:48:44

SiriArc
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From: Denver
Registered: 2005-08-03

Re: Photos of Wonderment

Feritciva wrote:

Edit: Where did I go wrong? I thought the pics would be in this post? I uploaded the pics to flickr and put them into [url]tags. What else?

Ferit,

If you want to display an image you can use the img tag.   [img][/img]


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#34 2006-05-19 03:43:00

oceanchild
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Re: Photos of Wonderment

my bro pointed this out to me today - i thought it was pretty neat :

http://shahin.ca/foto/394/


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#35 2006-05-19 05:41:42

visavis
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Re: Photos of Wonderment

oceanchild, to me that is a beautiful, remarkable contrast/flow of life (foreground), decay and death (background).  Even the last thing in the background (before the fake sky) is a giant ego-infested phallus.  The last hurrah of the ego maybe.

What do you think the ducks are saying?  wink

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#36 2006-05-19 05:49:00

oceanchild
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Re: Photos of Wonderment

maybe the ducks are just quacking it up ?!?! lol smile

did you see the rest of shahin's photo's ? i love it all ...


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#37 2006-05-19 06:07:13

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"The unknown does not incite fear, but dependence on the known does." - J. Krishnamurti

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#38 2006-05-19 13:00:15

lyra
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From: my own private idaho
Registered: 2004-03-25
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Re: Photos of Wonderment

I still think this dude has got some of the neatest photos I've ever seen....

http://www.terrillphoto.com/pages/water.html

I've always especially loved his dew drop photography, it's amazing.  But he has other great photos as well.  Lots of talent.   Be sure to click on the various photography subjects on the left side of the page, including plants and sky.  Awesome!

Another link that features his work with additional dew drop photography he's done:

http://www.yoshidasfineartgallery.com/i … tists/7/14


http://www.terrillphoto.com/images/OR-13-5-322.jpg


http://www.terrillphoto.com/images/OR-2-12-2393.jpg


http://www.terrillphoto.com/images/OR-5-8-426.jpg


http://www.terrillphoto.com/images/OR-1-10-1878.jpg


http://www.terrillphoto.com/images/OR-2-7-2426.jpg


http://img285.imageshack.us/img285/2903/terrill7ot8.jpg


http://img285.imageshack.us/img285/1015/terrill20bi5.jpg


http://img145.imageshack.us/img145/5853/terrill28dl7.jpg

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#39 2006-05-19 14:16:13

oceanchild
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Re: Photos of Wonderment

sweet pics, lyra - thanx for sharing ... seeings pics of nature is always a joy - and those dewdrop shots are very cool ...

i enjoyed shahin's stuff - especially his people pics - 'cause it's so every day - and i think he captures some cool moments + his pics makes sense after reading his bio - something in there about how we're all so different and yet have so many similarities - and how diversity is something which can be celebrated !


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#40 2006-05-24 16:31:46

lyra
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From: my own private idaho
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Re: Photos of Wonderment

Found this link today showing some spectacular cloud formations:

http://www.hprcc.unl.edu/nebraska/june2 … matus.html

Unbelievable!!   Check out the rest with the link at the bottom of the page for "Summer 2004" gallery.  Some really neat stuff in there.


"Life's journey is not to arrive at the grave safely in a well preserved body, but rather to skid in sideways, totally worn out, shouting "Holy shit ... what a ride!"  - Anonymous
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#41 2006-05-24 16:41:21

whywhywhy
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From: LA
Registered: 2005-09-18

Re: Photos of Wonderment

lyra wrote:

Found this link today showing some spectacular cloud formations:

http://www.hprcc.unl.edu/nebraska/june2 … matus.html

Unbelievable!!   Check out the rest with the link at the bottom of the page for "Summer 2004" gallery.  Some really neat stuff in there.

My God!  They just don't look real...

Regards,

Lee

Last edited by whywhywhy (2006-05-24 16:44:04)

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#42 2006-05-25 15:23:01

Soloflecks
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Registered: 2004-04-21

Re: Photos of Wonderment

That would totally creep me out!

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#43 2006-05-25 18:07:00

Pictus
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Re: Photos of Wonderment

Wow!
Cotton clouds!!

Nature imitating PhotoShop lol


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#44 2006-05-25 18:41:49

oceanchild
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Re: Photos of Wonderment

haha @ nature imitating photoshop

i took a pic of a cloud that looked like a worm, once (also work of photoshop, but only the tones):

http://img150.imageshack.us/img150/1650/wormcloud2uk.jpg


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#45 2006-05-26 15:39:35

whywhywhy
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From: LA
Registered: 2005-09-18

Re: Photos of Wonderment

lyra wrote:

Found this link today showing some spectacular cloud formations:

http://www.hprcc.unl.edu/nebraska/june2 … matus.html

Unbelievable!!   Check out the rest with the link at the bottom of the page for "Summer 2004" gallery.  Some really neat stuff in there.

Hi Lyra,

Ever since you posted the cloud pictures they have been in my mind as if I have seen something similar in the past.  Here is a picture of one of the clouds:

http://img68.imageshack.us/img68/7857/lumpycieling7bz.jpg

I then remembered a cymatics experiment posted by montalk on which water is mixed with cornstarch and then exposed to various vibration rates.  Here is the experiment:

http://www.youtube.com/watch.php?v=CH6- … ch=science

This was posted in the “Vibration”  thread shown below (for those who wish to read further):

http://www.youtube.com/watch.php?v=CH6- … ch=science

Notice the similarities of the water ripples in the cornstarch experiment and the weird configuration on the cloud pictures posted by Lyra earlier in this thread.  It seems as if the upper atmosphere (above the clouds) was exposed to a constant vibrational frequency generated either naturally (some sort of atmospheric phenomena) or artificially (HAARP, cloud busters, etc…).  To me, the similarities are eerie and make me wonder if the human hand has anything to do with it.  I was born and raised in the tropic and now live in a subtropical area and have never seen such an awesome & eerie display of cloud formation in the sky.

Regards,

Lee

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