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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Shawn@PRS, Feb 6, 2018.
Just perfect! Thanks for sharing those.
Are these recent? The guy playing the alto sax outside Fields looks like a guy I used to see playing all over the Loop. That would have been a decade ago, and then some.
Here are a couple from a recent trip to Thailand
My passport, a map of Bangkok and a bottle of Singha water (I had no idea they bottled water as well as beer).
And a rainy night in Bangkok
Sounds like it could be the title of a David Lee Roth song. Oh, wait, that was "Ladies Night in Buffalo."
My fave of the bunch. I really like the composition of the shot, and the patina of age on everything in the photo.
You must have gone through the turnstyle sideways.
It's an ancient Chinese proverb! "Travelling man going through turnstyle sideways is going to Bangkok."
Chicago, Philly, NYC & Ashville
wasn't that done by Murrey Head
“This must be just like living in Chatuchak”
Museum of Pop Culture, Seattle
They are all in past 5 years. The ones I posted are some of my better ones or at least ones I like the best of my collect.
A few more musicians
Do you see what I see?
And 10 minutes later:
Shooting a JetTruck at an airshow for their website and wound up with this one of the Blue Angels in Hawaii
City of Chicago from the John Hancock building at night.
Luray Caverns in Virginia. There is a few inches of water on the floor which gives this perfect mirror image. My wife and I were allowed to go in before they opened and bring our tripods.
Typical touristy pic that everyone takes of the Tunnel View in Yosemite.
And my personal favorite that I talked my wife into getting up at 5:00 in the morning to get the shot:
Pompano Beach Lighthouse in Florida.
(My wife's name is Candy, hence the water mark on some as she likes to photograph with me).
Grew up in Coral Springs and spent a bunch of time out there in Pompano. Great shots!
@jjpish68, @11top, @cubby61 : Freaking splendid shots, my goodness. Thanks for sharing them. There are some serious photon thieves in this thread, it's glorious.
Eric Johnson, Tommy Taylor, Kyle Brock @ The Triple Door, Seattle
One of the most breathtaking views on the planet. I climbed up the hill a bit to stick this tree in it.
I remember driving into the valley at night and seeing these tiny lights on El Capitan (on left) which is the largest vertical block of granite on earth. The lights were 3/4 of the way up (half mile?), and were the lanterns of the rock climbers in their hammocks. Can you imagine waking up to that?!!