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Dec 19, 2018 19:07:00   #
Roadrunner (a regular here)
 
Hi folks....In this Challenge uhhh. lessee here...Ok we shoot and for various reasons the subject is there but sometimes we have an itch,,''There I something else here'' so we go back and search out. Now I would like to see secondary things and also there could be history describing why we did shoot these photos....examples to follow
I see a barrel, an old bike, a sap bucket, a stump but I also see the innovation of someone there to use these as yard decorations, where thinking outside the box is admirable.
I see a barrel, an old bike, a sap bucket, a stump...
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Street art which probably stems back to teeenage revenge against the system
Street art which probably stems back to teeenage r...
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What I see here is love, memories and wishes. ''I will be with you and your family soon, honey''.
What I see here is love, memories and wishes. ''I ...
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Dec 19, 2018 19:17:22   #
William (a regular here)
 
Roadrunner wrote:
Hi folks....In this Challenge uhhh. lessee here...Ok we shoot and for various reasons the subject is there but sometimes we have an itch,,''There I something else here'' so we go back and search out. Now I would like to see secondary things and also there could be history describing why we did shoot these photos....examples to follow


ho,home/run
I met an Angel
I met an Angel...
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Dec 19, 2018 19:32:53   #
Roadrunner (a regular here)
 
William wrote:
ho,home/run


Thanks Bill and I know this fits your trip

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Dec 19, 2018 19:54:48   #
photophile (a regular here)
 
Two here:I never tire of being by our Great Lake.
Gazebo is first subject, inland sea beyond is 2nd one.
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Framing of scene with gazebo is first, fall leaves and sunny scene is 2nd.
Framing of scene with gazebo is first, fall leaves...
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Dec 19, 2018 19:56:22   #
Roadrunner (a regular here)
 
photophile wrote:
Two here:I never tire of being by our Great Lake.


My gazebo is my early morning summer hang out....nice choice

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Dec 19, 2018 20:29:03   #
photophile (a regular here)
 
Roadrunner wrote:
My gazebo is my early morning summer hang out....nice choice


Thanks Jim, we have many parks from which to view our inland sea.

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Dec 19, 2018 21:13:50   #
PAToGraphy (a regular here)
 
Roadrunner wrote:
Hi folks....In this Challenge uhhh. lessee here...Ok we shoot and for various reasons the subject is there but sometimes we have an itch,,''There I something else here'' so we go back and search out. Now I would like to see secondary things and also there could be history describing why we did shoot these photos....examples to follow


This should be an interesting challenge, RR.

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Dec 19, 2018 21:30:49   #
Roadrunner (a regular here)
 
PAToGraphy wrote:
This should be an interesting challenge, RR.


Hope so.....lol

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Dec 19, 2018 21:34:46   #
Roadrunner (a regular here)
 
TheTall Ships were in port and having spent my life in maritime things I was over often. This photo showed me one thing...ANGLES.


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Dec 19, 2018 21:50:37   #
PAToGraphy (a regular here)
 
For tonight. This past Fall I took a photo course titled "Storytelling with Images" . It was a challenge for sure. I think we do want our images to tell a story and take most of them with that in mind. We were challenged to answer the same questions a journalist would set out to answer (Who? What? Where? When? Why? How?). This image asks "What is that pencil doing on that surface?" "What significance is there, if any, in the words on the pencil? "Where did the pencil come from?" "Whose pencil is it?" How are the pencil and the surface used?" The pencil is on a work table, it belongs to the grandfather of a young woman who was the first multi organ transplant 6 years ago (I think 6) at Boston Childrens Hospital - all of her abdominal organs (including intestines and esophagus) were removed and she received new ones in her battle against an aggressive childhood cancer. This young lady is a happy, well adjusted young woman in her second year of high school - something the dr's never anticipated. She is the longest living, thriving multi organ transplant recipient. She made medical and surgical history and from her, doctors learned many things which, in turn, have helped others. What's the work table for - you'll see in another post.



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Dec 19, 2018 21:55:37   #
judy juul (a regular here)
 
PAToGraphy wrote:
For tonight. This past Fall I took a photo course titled "Storytelling with Images" . It was a challenge for sure. I think we do want our images to tell a story and take most of them with that in mind. We were challenged to answer the same questions a journalist would set out to answer (Who? What? Where? When? Why? How?). This image asks "What is that pencil doing on that surface?" "What significance is there, if any, in the words on the pencil? "Where did the pencil come from?" "Whose pencil is it?" How are the pencil and the surface used?" The pencil is on a work table, it belongs to the grandfather of a young woman who was the first multi organ transplant 6 years ago (I think 6) at Boston Childrens Hospital - all of her abdominal organs (including intestines and esophagus) were removed and she received new ones in her battle against an aggressive childhood cancer. This young lady is a happy, well adjusted young woman in her second year of high school - something the dr's never anticipated. She is the longest living, thriving multi organ transplant recipient. She made medical and surgical history and from her, doctors learned many things which, in turn, have helped others. What's the work table for - you'll see in another post.
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Wow!
That's one he-- of a story, Pat!

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Dec 19, 2018 21:56:19   #
judy juul (a regular here)
 
I'll have to give this some deep thought...I'll be back!

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Dec 19, 2018 23:23:39   #
PAToGraphy (a regular here)
 
judy juul wrote:
Wow!
That's one he-- of a story, Pat!


It really is. They are wonderful neighbors. She is being raised by grandparents.

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Dec 19, 2018 23:42:45   #
Transbuff1985 (a regular here)
 
PAToGraphy wrote:
For tonight. This past Fall I took a photo course titled "Storytelling with Images" . It was a challenge for sure. I think we do want our images to tell a story and take most of them with that in mind. We were challenged to answer the same questions a journalist would set out to answer (Who? What? Where? When? Why? How?). This image asks "What is that pencil doing on that surface?" "What significance is there, if any, in the words on the pencil? "Where did the pencil come from?" "Whose pencil is it?" How are the pencil and the surface used?" The pencil is on a work table, it belongs to the grandfather of a young woman who was the first multi organ transplant 6 years ago (I think 6) at Boston Childrens Hospital - all of her abdominal organs (including intestines and esophagus) were removed and she received new ones in her battle against an aggressive childhood cancer. This young lady is a happy, well adjusted young woman in her second year of high school - something the dr's never anticipated. She is the longest living, thriving multi organ transplant recipient. She made medical and surgical history and from her, doctors learned many things which, in turn, have helped others. What's the work table for - you'll see in another post.
For tonight. This past Fall I took a photo course ... (show quote)

Interesting history Pat - Thanks for sharing - Also make you want to thank the Lord for miracles. Bob

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Dec 20, 2018 00:53:17   #
Photogirl17 (a regular here)
 
Roadrunner wrote:
Hi folks....In this Challenge uhhh. lessee here...Ok we shoot and for various reasons the subject is there but sometimes we have an itch,,''There I something else here'' so we go back and search out. Now I would like to see secondary things and also there could be history describing why we did shoot these photos....examples to follow


Excellent start Jim..

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