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    Posted: 18 October 2019 at 18:47



645th Dyxum Galleries Exhibition

Photo Of The Week



"Farm Market"



by mariuszlo



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"Manual Photography" by Atom Ant




"Over the main altar" by pegelli




"Kingfisher" by nandbytes




"Tubingen boats" by Bob J




Photo by bigsi




"Door not in use" by alanfrombangor




"men relax" by francis




Photo by Jadom




"And then the abuse started in earnest..." by Brandy




"Bakio coastline" by KoBra64




"SychronizedSwimming" by onsplekkie




"Brickwork web" by Tricky01




"Up close to the LEDs" by gregja


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From our past

A reminder of previous Exhibitions


Picked at random from Exhibition #545

"Portrait. Classic one. V" by spotter_84




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Post Options Post Options   Quote mariuszlo Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 18 October 2019 at 19:29
Oh my first POTW! I am honored.
The more that this week is a lot of great photos.
And as for my photo, I live with this view (the market is every week) for over two years. And only now I noticed it :)
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Thanks for including one of mine amongst such a fine selection.

Originally posted by mariuszlo mariuszlo wrote:

And as for my photo, I live with this view (the market is every week) for over two years. And only now I noticed it :)

Easy to miss the potential of familiar sights! Congratulations on your POTW.
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Congrats Mariuszlo! Feels good isn't it?
Great weekly show again
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The only time I've been happy to be abused, thank you. Well done everyone, had a good chuckle with the synchronized swimming...
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Congratulations mariuszlo! And everyone else included. Fine work.

And thanks for including one of mine.

Thanks to the A&Ms for their efforts in putting this together. I suspect      Oktoberfest is keeping them pretty busy.

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Originally posted by mariuszlo mariuszlo wrote:

Oh my first POTW! I am honored.
The more that this week is a lot of great photos.
And as for my photo, I live with this view (the market is every week) for over two years. And only now I noticed it :)


I was hoping to see your second cruise ship shot.
Congrats!

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Congratulations to all incuded in this nice selection, especially to mariuszlo. And I am happy to be part of it
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A very nice collection of diverse images - congratulations to all. I am especially drawn to the last two images: Brickyard Web by Tricky01, one of the best web images I have ever seen; and "Up close to the LEDs" by gregja with its great use of shallow depth of field, composition, color and pattern.
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Fabulous POTW - wonder whether it was simply precarious balancing, or was there was a drone involved?
As well as the supporting gallery of varied, artistic and inventive imagery.
Congratulations all.
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Originally posted by Roger Rex Roger Rex wrote:

A very nice collection of diverse images - congratulations to all. I am especially drawn to the last two images: Brickyard Web by Tricky01, one of the best web images I have ever seen; and "Up close to the LEDs" by gregja with its great use of shallow depth of field, composition, color and pattern.
I am thrilled to be included and extremely flattered by your kind words! I bought a £5 mist spray bottle from Amazon to do this at some point during oktoberfest and clearly should have bought one a long time ago!

Fantastic potw, and lots of cracking images
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A very enjoyable selection, thanks for sharing :)
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Beautiful colors, Marius!

Love the humor in some of these (door not on use - indeed!). Thank you all for sharing your talents and unique visions.
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Originally posted by Jozioau Jozioau wrote:

Fabulous POTW - wonder whether it was simply precarious balancing, or was there was a drone involved?
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No dron. Is there a dron which I can entrust with a99ii and sigma 70-200hsm? Just a view from my balcony.
Thank you all for kind words:)
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