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Unread 10th October 2016   #16
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Edit: You will likely have to click on these, as I don't know what the orientation my phone was in when I took them but your browser should correct the orientation when viewing the full screen version...

I never shared my photos from Myrtle Beach...or the ones I just took the other day...











Here's some I took through the Cherohala Skyway...

























The rest I took are on film and have to both finish that roll and get a developing kit... So I will post those when it comes time to develop those which will be a while but should have some good photos...
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These are from a series that I did on the theme of patterns and repetitions:



This is what it was:













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Those are very good @LONDONER

It would be a bit difficult for me to find much on that theme but I really like the B&W and gives me some ideas on how to use the B&W C41 film I have...which is all expired but might turn out interesting or terrible...
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Those are very good @LONDONER

It would be a bit difficult for me to find much on that theme but I really like the B&W and gives me some ideas on how to use the B&W C41 film I have...which is all expired but might turn out interesting or terrible...
Hi Axel:

Thank you very much for your kind comment.

I really like shooting in B&W. It makes you concentrate on the composition more than anything else. Try it, you'll be surprised what subjects you can find in the most ordinary of places.

I just thought I had posted some more but I must have pressed the wrong button and it didn't go through. I'll try again but not tonight.
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I like the first B&W image in particular. It's outdoor seating. I'm including the colour version too for comparison.















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Part of a domed ceiling in the Krak des Chevaliers in Syria.

"The Krak of the Knights, described by T.E. Lawrence as 'the best preserved and most wholly admirable castle in the world." It was started in the 11th century. Now apparently destroyed by Assad and his thugs.





The roof of the Great Court of the British Museum.

Designed by Foster and Partners, the Queen Elizabeth II Great Court transformed the Museum’s inner courtyard into the largest covered public square in Europe. It is a two-acre space enclosed by a spectacular glass roof with the world-famous Reading Room at its centre.

Work on the Great Court's magnificent glass and steel roof began in September 1999. The canopy was designed and installed by computer. It was constructed out of 3,312 panes of glass, no two of which are the same.



Top deck of one of London's buses in it's livery of bright yellow and blue. I was lucky that there was only one other person on the top deck so I was able to get a more or less person free shot.

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OK, this time away from "Patterns and Repetitions:

Some of you will know that I have a fox that visits the garden regularly and that I have posted photos of her always taken through the double paned windows. Well, this morning she came, peered at me through the French doors asking for food. This time I tried a different tack. I opened the window and as always, she ran away and hid in the corner of the garden. I went out and put some food and she came back but this time I was able to take some shots of her without the window inbetween. In the first photo you can see quite clearly her bushy tail showing that she has completely recovered from the mange she had six months ago. That was due to the small doses of arsenic that was sprinkled on her food.



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This is for @Axel.

You can find patterns and repetitions in the most ordinary places. Know what this is?

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Just part of the ceiling of the newly developed King's Cross station in London















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You can find patterns and repetitions in the most ordinary places. Know what this is?

Ok that is a cheese grater...now I can't do that one :P

Well I get what you mean but I will have to look for something. I would like to find something in nature as those often tend to be neater imo.
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Ok that is a cheese grater...now I can't do that one :P

Well I get what you mean but I will have to look for something. I would like to find something in nature as those often tend to be neater imo.
OK, but you can see from my latest contribution that I did sewing threads, skeins of wool and buttons. Could be anywhere near you.
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This is topical. This is/was the Great Mosque of Aleppo, now destroyed.

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A couple of years back I took the London Underground to Southwark (pronounced suthrk just because we Brits like to be different!) on my way to Tate Modern (the most visited art museum in the UK with just under 5 million visitors a year) to see the exhibition of Matisse's cut-outs (no photographs allowed unfortunately). When I came out of the Exhibition I went back to Southwark station.

When I had arrived earlier I had noticed this and thought it would make an interesting shot so, when I arrived back at the station, I took these. It took some time since I had to down the down escalator to enable me to go on the up escalator. This took some time since I had to repeat the process several times to be able to get a shot without people in front of me. Onlookers must have thought me very strange as I disappeared down the down escalator only to re-appear on the up escalator more than once.

I made things hard for myself as at that stage I was carrying a large book about Matisse in my left hand and manipulating my P&S with just my right hand. I can't make up my mind which is the most effective. Any suggestions?

In the concourse at the top of the escalator was a large wall made up of shiny triangular panels. I could see this as I came up the escalator and my little Canon just about captured it. It's the last photo and make a quite interesting pattern on its own.








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Benches along the Embankment of the Thames

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