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This is the place to submit and vote on photos for the week of Nov 29 to be featured on the main site.

Rules:

  • Limit one photo per person per week.
  • A specific photo may be submitted at most two weeks in a row, and not more than four times a year.
  • Keep all images appropriate, we want this site to be work safe.
  • Do not submit a photo if you are currently featured.
  • Images should be 375 x 210 px.

Last Week's Thread

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Dog lying in shade behind well

Girona, Spain.

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I will pad to make it 375

fresh snow anyone?

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    today there is :) – Benjol Nov 23 '10 at 7:36
  • @Benjol - yay :-) love fresh snow – Zoe Bailey Nov 23 '10 at 18:42
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After the storm

This was the amazing light after heavy rain on the Isle of Arran, with the sun low in the sky.

  • Great shot in a really tricky lighting situation. Love the water on the lens too. – MJeffryes Nov 27 '10 at 14:19
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Dunes of Erg Chebbi, Morocco

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    This one looks like the Windows background :) – Carles Nov 25 '10 at 18:56
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    Eheheh Take the green meadow and put a desert – t3mujin Nov 25 '10 at 22:45
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    there is also one with the desert that looks a lot like this – RCProgramming Nov 30 '10 at 1:51
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Cottage sunrise

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Vasco da Gama Brigde in Lisbon, Portugal

Vasco da Gama Brigde in Lisbon, Portugal

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My chickens ;)

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Link to original...

  • Where was this taken? – RCProgramming Nov 30 '10 at 1:52
  • Looks like florida – RCProgramming Nov 30 '10 at 1:53
  • Lake Ellesmere, near Christchurch, New Zealand. Curious as to what makes it look like Florida (I've never been...) ? ;-) – Conor Boyd Nov 30 '10 at 3:01
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Pressure Point

  • Wow beautiful shot. How did you take this one? what is your setup? – RCProgramming Nov 30 '10 at 1:53
  • I built a water drop rig using a water feeder for rabbits, 1/2" rubber hose, a shut-off tap, and (of all things) an icing tip for cake decorations. Hard to really explain, but basically the water feeder acts as resevoir that feeds to the tap that controls the flow to additional rubber tubing that is "capped" with the icing tip to focus the drop. Generally works well. I then use a very dark room, focus on the impact point, set a one second exposure and fire the flash using the test button. I have more detail on my site: grumpyjohns.com/?p=147 if you want a read. – John Cavan Nov 30 '10 at 2:17
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Caragol

Snail

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