52 WEEK PHOTO THREAD

Nice! How did you do that?
I used a LCD flashlight attached to the diamond shaped light wand you see at the bottom of the picture. Keeping my arm stiff I raised the wand above my head a few time and made some swirly motions around my waist. The image was lopsided to the right so I cropped the good part, pasted the crop on a new layer, flipped it and then moved it so I got the mostly symmetrical image you see there. It wasn't planned that way but I like how it came out.

Life is generally better with good music and ice cream. Like the black and white.
 
I used a LCD flashlight attached to the diamond shaped light wand you see at the bottom of the picture. Keeping my arm stiff I raised the wand above my head a few time and made some swirly motions around my waist. The image was lopsided to the right so I cropped the good part, pasted the crop on a new layer, flipped it and then moved it so I got the mostly symmetrical image you see there. It wasn't planned that way but I like how it came out.

Life is generally better with good music and ice cream. Like the black and white.

Great bit of light painting. I'm too uncoordinated to make anything symmetrical light that...even with photoshop. :oops::giggle:
 
So one of those spots that keeps drawing me back is Lundbreck Falls. There are 2 or 3 standard views, though most folks I see are so busy taking selfies they forget to actually enjoy the falls.
This is not one of the cliché views but it is one I like.
Bob
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What keeps drawing me back are all the other possibilities. This one kinda has me scratching my head. Do I print and frame it and hopefully exhibit it with some of my other images or is it an old fashioned cull?Lundbreck_0369A1.jpg
 
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Week 27/25
I'm a little behind on posting. This fish got stuck in a deep section of the creek. The creek is rapidly drying up leaving small "ponds" which will also dry up quickly in this heatwave we're experiencing.
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At the risk of offending the woke crowd, I'll go ahead and label this as Indian Paintbrush.
I thought they were beautiful when I first saw them 70 years ago and that opinion hasn't changed.
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