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Category: Dyxum Photographs
Forum Name: Themed Views
Forum Description: Post your photos in one of our themed topics
URL: https://www.dyxum.com/dforum/forum_posts.asp?TID=137901
Printed Date: 04 April 2020 at 04:03


Topic: Numbers
Posted By: owenn01
Subject: Numbers
Date Posted: 25 March 2020 at 20:51
I couldn't find any thread specifically devoted to images of Numbers in our photographic world, so let's see if we can create another themed thread.

let's start with ...

Six



Best regards, Neil

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Posted By: bms44974
Date Posted: 25 March 2020 at 21:24
Hi Neil, I could have sworn that there was a themed thread for "42", but I can't find it anywhere. Thanks for the good start!

Cheers... Brian

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A7rIV; A7rII; A6500; A77; SEL2470Z; SEL90M28G; SEL100400GM; SELP1650; SAL70300G; SAL50M28; CZ1680; LA-EA4


Posted By: Jadom
Date Posted: 25 March 2020 at 21:40
Fourteen:



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Jack.SigmaDP1x,DP2M,SonyA7M2,Min: MC35F2.8, AF50F1.7, 70-210F, SL16-35F4, KironKine 80-200F4Macro, Promaster MC28F2.8, Rokinon 85f1.4, Samyang 14F2.8, Tamron: SP AF 28-75F2.8XR Di LD, 70-300 F4-5.6Di


Posted By: pegelli
Date Posted: 25 March 2020 at 21:59
https://www.dyxum.com/DFORUM/42_topic33168_page15.html - The "42" thread is here , but that's much more limited in scope than a numbers thread. So I think they both deserve their place on Dyxum   


Here's one I posted a few month ago, but fits here as well

"855"
https://pegelli.smugmug.com/Other/201912/i-nzfGsbP/A">
A7ii + M-Elmar 135/4

I'll try to find some more

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Posted By: bms44974
Date Posted: 26 March 2020 at 00:55
@pegelli: Thanks for the link, Pieter... and, as a mathematician, I agree wholeheartedly.

Cheers... Brian

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A7rIV; A7rII; A6500; A77; SEL2470Z; SEL90M28G; SEL100400GM; SELP1650; SAL70300G; SAL50M28; CZ1680; LA-EA4


Posted By: pegelli
Date Posted: 26 March 2020 at 09:06
Found an unprocessed/unposted one


Street number on Wapping High Street in London

https://pegelli.smugmug.com/Events/2014-10-1112-London/i-BGkpRtF/A">
NEX6 + M-Summaron 35/2.8

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Posted By: pegelli
Date Posted: 26 March 2020 at 09:13
Are Roman numbers allowed?

https://pegelli.smugmug.com/Events/2014-10-1112-London/i-894RdH4/A">
A850 + Sony 1.4x APO + Min 200/2.8 APO HS G

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Posted By: owenn01
Date Posted: 26 March 2020 at 09:16
Roman numbers....?

In fact, numbers in any language style as far as I am concerned!

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Posted By: pegelli
Date Posted: 26 March 2020 at 09:28
Thanks Neil

Btw, the Roman numbers are on the entrance gate of Richmond park, the day we had our Dyxum meeting there and shot a lot of deer (on camera of course). Sweet memories.

All the best to Julie and you, stay healthy!

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Posted By: owenn01
Date Posted: 26 March 2020 at 10:01
Hi Pieter,

Self distancing and working from home for the both of us (strange how 'that can't be done' suddenly becomes very simple....)

I think we are very lucky being out on Romney Marsh as we do not see a great deal of footfall in the village - even less so at the moment. As an 'at risk' member of the public I am clearly being careful (for others as much as myself) but I am not stressing about it as that leads to all sorts of additional issues.

I hope everyone heeds the local medical and health service advice and stays safe and well - we will need people to document the recovery of the World after this has receded after all.

Take care all and stay safe and healthy.

Best regards, Neil.

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Posted By: Phil Wood
Date Posted: 26 March 2020 at 10:20
Of course, numbers are not only numerals:


Sony A77, Minolta 24-50mm f4 @24mm (reversed), ISO 1600, 1/4s, f4(ish)

The 'five' is 5mm wide - UK 5p piece. The aperture is uncertain because it was being held open by a folded scrap of paper.


Posted By: owenn01
Date Posted: 26 March 2020 at 12:12
"Legs 11"



Best regards, Neil.

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My Mantra: "Comment on other's work as you would wish to have yours commented upon". Go on - it's fun!


Posted By: owenn01
Date Posted: 26 March 2020 at 12:14
BTW - Great shot, Phil of that 5 pence piece; the size is very small to start with and this is a very, very small sub-set of the whole and to get this admirable indeed. It also shows the details the Mint go to in order to 'protect' the validity of the coinage in circulation.

Best regards, Neil.

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Posted By: pegelli
Date Posted: 28 March 2020 at 12:43
Which way shall we go?

https://pegelli.smugmug.com/Other/202003/i-k6xNbMg/A">
A7ii + OM Zuiko 85/2

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Posted By: owenn01
Date Posted: 30 March 2020 at 12:54
Long Way To Number 5



Best regards, Neil.

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My Mantra: "Comment on other's work as you would wish to have yours commented upon". Go on - it's fun!



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