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    ...a pub in Chicago .
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    Another one taken a while back.
    Dug it up just for this thread.
    The working title is Circles, though I'm open to suggestions.
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    Geoff-Really enjoyed the Rabbit!
    Paul-Circles is great. The kind of photo that makes me stop and think. Don't know why!
    This is the side of a building in Boston.
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    Droplets

    I couldn't resisit this.
    Take one washing line. Snap it with water droplets on it close up (macro),
    pop it on the puter, turn the image upside down then crop it.
    Bingo! - another abstract.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Geoff Chandler
    I couldn't resisit this.
    Take one washing line. Snap it with water droplets on it close up (macro),
    pop it on the puter, turn the image upside down then crop it.
    Bingo! - another abstract.
    A-200, 200mm telemacro, f5.6, -0.3ev, fill in flash,asa 100, 200th sec
    Comments welcome.
    Cool!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    The main lining in a computer - between the monitor and a chair
    My photo gallery in Flickr

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    Nice Geoff, but now it looks like the houses are built upside down
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    Originally Posted by Geoff Chandler
    I couldn't resisit this.
    Take one washing line. Snap it with water droplets on it close up (macro),
    pop it on the puter, turn the image upside down then crop it.
    Bingo! - another abstract.
    A-200, 200mm telemacro, f5.6, -0.3ev, fill in flash,asa 100, 200th sec
    Comments welcome.

    Kushnirenko Quote:
    Cool!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    And I'll second the Cool!!!!!!!!! and add a Far Out!!!!!!!
    Nice job Geoff
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    Yeah nice bit of imagination very unusual & definitely abstract, well done Geoff. Mind you it took me a while to work out what a "puter" was & how you put the image on it! - well it is late
    Around every picture there's a corner & round every corner there's a picture
    - the fun's in finding them

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    Quote Originally Posted by coldrain
    Nice Geoff, but now it looks like the houses are built upside down
    Actually they are the right way up, but look weirdly distorted.
    Hey thanks everyone for the encouragement!!.
    Geoff
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