Weekly BobBCN 52/2020 (WEEKS 17-21 catch up)

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I'm guessing filter tips too Bob.

Nice and contrasty

edit too slow with the ID
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Thought they were ear defenders to, great lighting/processing I really like this.
 
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I'm guessing filter tips too Bob.

Nice and contrasty

edit too slow with the ID
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Something a bit different the processing works for me
I was going to guess rollup filters. 'orible stuff.
Still, it seems well enough taken, it certainly looks a composed shot rather than a snapshot :)
Nice unusual lighting...I thought they were ear defenders.
Thought they were ear defenders to, great lighting/processing I really like this.
A nice 'low key' image, nicely exposed and great focus - plenty to keep the eye engaged in there.
No I didn't guess what they where, good low key image

Thanks everyone. It was a rushed job, but it seems it was ok!!
 
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Lovely shot of a baby rabbit. Perfectly caught with its wee eye just peeking through the grass.
It's actually a cat!! But I can see it's not clear from the pic.

Here's Rufus!

RUFUS by Bob Newsome Photography, on Flickr


Nice composition Bob, have to confess I did not know what animal it was. You got that eye very nicely.
Cheers Clive.

Great focus on the cat`s eye Bob, looking for food maybe.
Always on the lookout for grub! Cheers!
 
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Rufus is very cute. Wonderfully caught in the image - you can never take the wild hunter out of them!
 
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:giggle: That's a clever use of OOF foreground, I wouldn't have guessed the animal without the second pic. Cut pussy! :giggle:
Cheers!!

Rufus is very cute. Wonderfully caught in the image - you can never take the wild hunter out of them!
He's a love! But he's getting cheekier by the minute.

I like the first image for wild, great idea :)
Thanks Rick!

The eyes have it! Great shot and well done to get the eyes in focus!
Thanks!

Bit of a shoe horn their Bob ;)
Cute nonetheless (y)
No, he's getting wilder all the time.
Cheers!
 
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Like this shot, very clever use of OOF .
 
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Snapper's Choice: I thought Chalk or Ear Plugs. Great photo.

Wild: Strange one. Didn't think much of it until I actually realised what it was and once penny dropped, could see it's a great shot and good take on the subject
 
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Definitely an apocalyptic feel to this, like the low pov and the almost monotone look. Like this a lot.
 
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Definitely an apocalyptic feel to this, like the low pov and the almost monotone look. Like this a lot.
Wow I stayed at Palamos a few years back, they were all beautiful sandy beaches. I guess the locals will have plenty of firewood.
That is some impressive drift wood Bob (y)
Wow! that must have been some storm. Nice image, I like the PP to get it to almost mono, as has been said it gives it an apocalyptic feel.
That is definitely a lot of broken. #1 definitely has more of the apocalyptic feel.
Two great images for broken Bob, love #2 the most.
That was some damage and lots of broken trees. Can't remember when was Storm Gloria?
Thanks for the comments!!
@rpn It was towards the end of January around 21st/23rd I think.
 
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