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POTN G-series Speed Challenge #495 'good vibrations'

 
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Aug 05, 2014 16:46 |  #16

Thank you, Marie. Didn't envy your job this week. A tough one as all photos were excellent. And, so many interpretations of the subject.
And, congrats, Maureen and Rafael. Awesome entries.
Also liked teekay's as I could relate to that feeling (although it's been many years ago :-)


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Aug 05, 2014 20:46 |  #17

Congratulations Maureen and Raven, thank you marie for the third place and for running the challenge.

Maureen that is a colorful picture of the flamingos with a great detail in the beak vibrations passed to the water.
Jim (Raven), the large headphones and speakers in wooden boxes are the way to listen musical vibrations.
On a side note, I can not understand how we dare to replace that nice audio equipment with the tiny flat speakers that sounds like tin hit by a hammer that are used in the iPhones, iPads and the like. Very nice colors and textures in your picture.

I used my picture before to talk about Chinese lamps and dragons with marie that posted a painted Chinese lamp in Challenge #314 - Street lanterns :)

My photo was taken when my son Rafa received his violin, an instrument built by a luthier of a small city in the south of Ecuador. It was tested and recommended by Tadashi Maeda, a good Japanese violinist and composer that lives here. (Not to be confused with Rear admiral Tadashi Maeda of the Japanese Imperial Navy :) )

A difficult theme, marie. It was hard to find an interpretation of it to choose a picture. It was interesting to see the other clever interpretations in this challenge. A nice contest!


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Aug 15, 2014 05:39 |  #18

rpolitsr wrote in post #17078820 (external link)
I used my picture before to talk about Chinese lamps and dragons with marie that posted a painted Chinese lamp in Challenge #314 - Street lanterns :)
My photo was taken when my son Rafa received his violin, an instrument built by a luthier of a small city in the south of Ecuador. It was tested and recommended by Tadashi Maeda, a good Japanese violinist and composer that lives here. (Not to be confused with Rear admiral Tadashi Maeda of the Japanese Imperial Navy :) )
A difficult theme, marie. It was hard to find an interpretation of it to choose a picture. It was interesting to see the other clever interpretations in this challenge. A nice contest!

thank you Rafael

I still have that lampshade up in the kitchen. Rafael,
and love it : )
the story you mention regards Rafa's violin is real nice. and what a beautiful photo. I would think his ernest playing must bring beautiful music
would love to have as good pictures of my dad playing the violin ,many years ago , what a delight that would be. these photo treasures will be there for Rafa and family to show another grown generation eventually
as a treat for my mother and us children my dad would even play the violin behind his back and still sound wonderful. my eldest brother in Australia has that violin now. he received it after da died. (brother himself had a smashing dixieland jazz over the years )
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thanks all :)


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