What I see, and how I see it.
I'm loving the colours that you are working with. Some might say that the sky colour is reminiscent of older photographs. I'm sensing a bunch of cyan in the background. Pretty soon I won't be able to teach you anything about photography.
This is a very imposing rock--birds would find this a great place for their nest I guess.cw
thxs ian. it's a very interesting technique / getting rid of the film you bought in the 70's.but i always look forward to your teachings, so keep 'em coming.
Great shot Doug. Feels just like summer here today. Larry says we can golf May 1 if everything goes right.ML
"Doug, I would love to be able to envision what you do when you look through that camera lens. You are totally amazing. Love the shot below as well. I thought it was clouds before I looked closely at it. Unbelievable. What a gift you have."ls
thxs linda, some days are clearer than others. but i'll keep on looking.
ml, you get limbered up, and make a tee time.
Seeing the photos put a smile on my face. Then spring in Vancouver froze my eyes. Wow... really love the way your lens sees things. Thanks Doug. :)
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