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F is for Fresh Fish For sale


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Boy, am i glad the internet doesn't transfer smells in this case . Great catch Pieter.
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F is for fisherman



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F is for a Fake IR shot


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F is for Fake!


Uffington fakery by Howard Stanbury, on Flickr

My photo from this week’s gallery processed with the Interstellar ‘lens’ in the Photoshop Camera app on my smartphone.
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Originally posted by Howard_S Howard_S wrote:

F is for Fake!



My photo from this week’s gallery processed with the Interstellar ‘lens’ in the Photoshop Camera app on my smartphone.


Surely it can be done for real   
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Originally posted by onsplekkie onsplekkie wrote:


Surely it can be done for real   


Well, this is way easier.

As it happens my photo is looking south roughly where Sagittarius and the Milky Way might be located late tonight, if a break in the predicted clouds allows. The location is midway between Oxford and Swindon and the south view avoids the worst of both towns for light pollution. Marshalling a dozen or so extras to wander the skyline at 1 a.m. might be a problem. So then I would face having to capture the Milky Way as a separate exposure and marrying it to the daytime shot.

And that would be fake too, but perhaps marginally less so.
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F is for Four geese Flying in Formation

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F is for fungus.
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F is for Friar's Point:

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Fire station in Jersey City

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