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This photo taken w my Konica Minolta Maxxum 5D (Still have) many yrs ago
Tufa formation on land which Mono Lake is unique and famous for.

Yosemite Thru the Years Il--Tioga Pass to Mono Lake, Sierra Nevada's by Coast

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Intricacies by Nate Handlang, on Flickr

Dive-Bomb by Nate Handlang, on Flickr

Vacillate by Nate Handlang, on Flickr

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I'm very taken with Vacillate. Some probably find that sort of framing eccentric (pun intended) but I'm a fan.
A really effective shot.
However I am worried that your arrival means fewer POTWs for the rest of us!
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Originally posted by Atom Ant Atom Ant wrote:

I'm very taken with Vacillate. Some probably find that sort of framing eccentric (pun intended) but I'm a fan.
A really effective shot.
However I am worried that your arrival means fewer POTWs for the rest of us!


I'll agree that it's a bit eccentric, but when I tried it with more traditional framing it just seemed to lose impact for some reason. Plus, rules are meant to be broken, right?

Haha, I'll take that as quite a compliment, though I don't think you should be concerned. My style tends to be a bit more severe than is generally popular. And there are tons of artists on here with more talent and experience than I have.
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Backlit Boys and BBall


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Post Options Post Options   Quote stevo71 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 02 August 2017 at 06:37
Great shot Mike Gotta love those beams of sunlight.
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Entwined by Nate Handlang, on Flickr
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Brilliant! Well conceived and executed. Cheers... Brian
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JUMP
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Really nice use of lines and light! Could easily turn up on the next Friday selection as far as I am concerned
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