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Mar 15, 2016 10:43 as a reply to  @ post 17934655 |  #811

The snowflakes picture is 4 years old i was a beginer and i still am.


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Mar 15, 2016 19:03 |  #813

johnh4260 wrote in post #17936606 (external link)
Kitchen art...

Colorful reflections, and very creative, yet simple. :-)


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Mar 16, 2016 06:57 |  #814

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Fascinating - just spent far too long looking at it! What are the spoon and forks resting on? Very creative and inspiring.


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Mar 16, 2016 07:36 |  #815

AnnieMacD wrote in post #17937073 (external link)
Fascinating - just spent far too long looking at it! What are the spoon and forks resting on? Very creative and inspiring.

Thanks Annie. The spoon and forks are resting on colored pencils. And the reflection comes from black acrylic.




  
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Mar 16, 2016 08:16 |  #816

johnh4260 wrote in post #17937095 (external link)
Thanks Annie. The spoon and forks are resting on colored pencils. And the reflection comes from black acrylic.

What a great idea. Do you mind if I try it sometime?


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Mar 16, 2016 09:09 |  #817

AnnieMacD wrote in post #17937114 (external link)
What a great idea. Do you mind if I try it sometime?

Not at all. Of course, the idea is not original to me, but something similar I noticed on a photo website. Very simple to set up and the result is pretty spectacular.




  
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Mar 16, 2016 12:47 |  #818

johnh4260 wrote in post #17937159 (external link)
Not at all. Of course, the idea is not original to me, but something similar I noticed on a photo website. Very simple to set up and the result is pretty spectacular.

Agreed.... spectacular. Like Ann, I looked and re-looked quite a few times. ;)

That doesn't happen for me all the time, so when it does, it makes me smile.

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Mar 16, 2016 12:52 |  #819

AnnieMacD wrote in post #17937073 (external link)
Fascinating - just spent far too long looking at it! What are the spoon and forks resting on? Very creative and inspiring.

I guess you probably meant 'hypnotising', instead of fascinating. :p :lol:


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Mar 16, 2016 15:25 |  #820

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I guess you probably meant 'hypnotising', instead of fascinating. :p :lol:

Well, in my dictionary (Chambers), fascinate means to 'interest exceedingly, intrigue; to control by the eye like a snake; to hold spellbound; to charm; to captivate; to bewitch, to enchant or cast the evil eye upon (obsolete).' So other than casting the evil eye upon - describes my feelings about the photo perfectly!


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Mar 19, 2016 16:20 |  #821

Crown-within-a-crown.

Not manually done but accurately timed with a splash art kit. Three flashes all set at 1/64th power to freeze the motion.

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Mar 19, 2016 16:23 |  #822

A couple of mineral HDRs


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Mar 19, 2016 17:11 as a reply to  @ Benitoite's post |  #823

Ahhh, staurolite. Hadn't seen that one in a while.


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Mar 19, 2016 17:15 |  #824

AnnieMacD wrote in post #17937539 (external link)
Well, in my dictionary (Chambers), fascinate means to 'interest exceedingly, intrigue; to control by the eye like a snake; to hold spellbound; to charm; to captivate; to bewitch, to enchant or cast the evil eye upon (obsolete).' So other than casting the evil eye upon - describes my feelings about the photo perfectly!

Wasn't trying to 'correct' you; more like describing in sport my own feelings when looking at that photo: I couldn't look away. :eek:

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Mar 19, 2016 19:08 |  #825

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