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18th of November 2005 (Fri), 10:43
18th of November 2005 (Fri), 18:06
Nice to see you posting again ... hope I haven't missed anything good! These are nice. First one is stunning ... the range of colors that are not interfering with each other is striking and truth to tell it is a pleasure to see a young woman in a band dressed well ... remember, I am old! I also like the third quite a bit. I rarely care for B&W stage shots.
18th of November 2005 (Fri), 18:26
Thanks Dwight! I had some issues with my eyes for a while, and I actually went blind for a couple of days. Thankfully that has mostly been resolved, and I can get back to the fun stuff. Meghan Taylor of Bee-Eater is something else. She is quite the entertainer on stage. I think the glam look contrasts nicely with their wild, garage rock style. She is just one of those people that were born to entertain. This is her just outside that door with the goofy EXIT sign that is in many of my shots:
18th of November 2005 (Fri), 18:28
Oh, and I love redheads, usually with green eyes and an Irish brogue! She looks nice.
18th of November 2005 (Fri), 18:42
Shots look well done in a challenging arena.
18th of November 2005 (Fri), 19:23
Thanks subtle_spectre. I have gotten quite comfortable in that club. They are actually going to be adding two more banks of eight lights, so I hope it'll make the situation a little better.
Here is one more shot for you:
18th of November 2005 (Fri), 23:53
Excellent shots, I love the color casts. Meghan is quite a looker too.
19th of November 2005 (Sat), 10:55
Thanks, BB. In number two, the pose and the angle had such an '80's feel to it, I decided to give it an over the top look, kind of like the decade itself. Anyone remember Ratt?
19th of November 2005 (Sat), 11:20
Nice shots! Thanks for sharing. Sorry to hear about your vision issue. Hope all is okay. My eyes are getting old and crummy and I worry about them, but no issues yet (other than reading/computer glasses are constant these days).
19th of November 2005 (Sat), 11:42
Thanks Kenny. I was recently diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes, and the drastic correction and management of my blood sugar level had a temporary effect on my lens functions. I am usually slightly nearsighted (-5 correction), but had to go out and get a set of lenses with a +50 correction (extremely farsighted) and just couldn't get the hang of shooting with glasses on. Normally a couple of clicks on the diopter setting does the trick, but not then. Thankfully it was during the baseball playoff season; I bid my time listening to the games. I'm actually getting closer to where I was before. The important thing is that I have the sugars under control, making myself a good candidate for an automated insulin pump. That would be great - no more carb counting!
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