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Building is a very nice shot Stan, like that you took it in such a way as to only show some of it.
Thanks, Dave. Buildings, in general, are pretty boring subject in a way. 4 walls and a roof. In this case, I try to highlight just the unique and iconic feature of this particular building and I think it works ok.
 
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Hi Stan

  • Building - Love the tower, that is something different.
  • Empty - I think I'm either #3, 'cos it's nice, or #4 as it's so unusual to see a carpark that large totally empty.
  • Plastic - That's an excellent mural/street art. Love how it transforms from full colour on the left half to mainly mono on the right.
  • Interior - Are you Mark (@Downton Mini) in disguise? ;) I would have positioned the seats at the same point as it's ever so slightly unsymmetrical and with the left seat back, looks slightly odd.
  • Life - A fun action shot and with images like that, not being tack sharp isn't really an issue, it's all about capturing the moment.
  • Free Week - So that's John Cleese on the left and Ronnie Corbett on the right? ;)
 
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Hi Stan

  • Building - Love the tower, that is something different.
  • Empty - I think I'm either #3, 'cos it's nice, or #4 as it's so unusual to see a carpark that large totally empty.
  • Plastic - That's an excellent mural/street art. Love how it transforms from full colour on the left half to mainly mono on the right.
  • Interior - Are you Mark (@Downton Mini) in disguise? ;) I would have positioned the seats at the same point as it's ever so slightly unsymmetrical and with the left seat back, looks slightly odd.
  • Life - A fun action shot and with images like that, not being tack sharp isn't really an issue, it's all about capturing the moment.
  • Free Week - So that's John Cleese on the left and Ronnie Corbett on the right? ;)

Thanks, Tim for the catchup comments and much appreciated.

The car park is only one of three of similar size and part of the Exhibition & Conference Centre waiting to be demolished. The council just built a new one costing £330million and at the same time cutting all other services.

I only noticed the seat positions afterward and I think Mark has a classic Mini.
 
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Some fab shots for empty - and a nice looking building too!
 
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It's a shame you didn't have the same light as the last shot. It's a good pov and a nice bit of history to go with it.
 
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Awwwww likkle Bunster :D
 
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Love;y subject for the theme Stan, nice focus on the eye. A closer portrait perhaps?
Thanks, Michael. The body/tummy is the long hair softie bits.


Lovely bunny image Stan, and yes they are soft.
Thank you Dave, for dropping by and appreciated your nice comments.
 

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Fab bunny portrait Stan!(y)
Great fit for the theme, though as a former 'bunny-sitter' myself years ago, I must say that not all bunnies are soft....the one I 'sat' for was an absolute git!!:LOL:
It kicked and bit at anything that came close to it!
I hated the damn thing!:LOL:

Yours, however, looks a real 'softie'....adorable!
 
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Fab bunny portrait Stan!(y)
Great fit for the theme, though as a former 'bunny-sitter' myself years ago, I must say that not all bunnies are soft....the one I 'sat' for was an absolute git!!:LOL:
It kicked and bit at anything that came close to it!
I hated the damn thing!

Yours, however, looks a real 'softie'....adorable!

Thanks, Gareth. Glad to know that I'm not alone to 'bunny-sit' for our siblings. He has been kicking out a couple of times at about 5:30 in the morning and that's when I really wanted to
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:LOL:
 
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Nice shots for Building Stan. I too like the composition that you have chosen and the foliage partly frames to building nicely.

Soft - A definite tick for the theme! He does look super soft. I'm guessing from your post above that he isn't quite so cute when he is being your 0530 alarm clock!
 
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Went to a classic/vintage car rally today, although there were many old cars on show but these two gentlemen caught my attention. I managed to captured this shot while they were deep in conversation with others.


Week 37 - Old & Technique

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Sept/Oct Technique - Rule of Thirds

Old Technique
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Hi Stan,
  • Building - Nice use of light and shadow. I don't think it is, but the butresses really give it a feel of leaning to the left.
  • Soft - Aw, fluffy bunny. nice and sharp on the eyes (as we'd expect from you).
  • Old - Is that an old mini they are leaning on? Looks to be external beading. Love that you've added the overlay for the tech ;)
 
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Hi Stan,
  • Building - Nice use of light and shadow. I don't think it is, but the butresses really give it a feel of leaning to the left.
  • Soft - Aw, fluffy bunny. nice and sharp on the eyes (as we'd expect from you).
  • Old - Is that an old mini they are leaning on? Looks to be external beading. Love that you've added the overlay for the tech ;)
Cheers, Tim.

I don't think the tower is leaning but now you mentioned it. :thinking:

Close enough for Mini. It's a Riley Elf.

 
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I like your "Old" - I had a notion of something similar but you got it perfectly. I like the Elf too - a good friend of mine had one back in the day, I had a Ford Anglia. Nostalgia ain't what it used to be.
 
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I like your "Old" - I had a notion of something similar but you got it perfectly. I like the Elf too - a good friend of mine had one back in the day, I had a Ford Anglia. Nostalgia ain't what it used to be.
Thanks, Lindsay. I looking forward to seeing your version.
My first car was 10 years old Renault 8, cost £100. It was a lot of money then. £1200 tody's money according to Google search.
 
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