I like bars:
Thompkins Park late at night:
Self Portrait ( I was experimenting with over exposure ):
I like your pic of the triborough (at least I think it's the triborough) a lot Das.
Great stuff Das.. keep up the good work.
No worries. But I'm sorry to say that I've already named a character after you that gets killed off horrible for his insolence.
Nah, just kidding.
- Andy Schmidt
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What have I always believed? That, on the whole, and by and large, if a person lived properly, not according to what any priests said, but according to what seemed decent and honest inside, then it would, at the end, more or less, turn out ok.
Awesome thread. It feels like home :)
Cross-posted in Mega Photography thread as well.
So I was on holiday in the USVI where they definitely do not export shells and coral. But the thing that I loved was how the old coral and shells became part of the rocks in some places. And in other places looked like bird bones and stone roses. Just a selection of what I saw on the beach there, a couple of the folks I made friends with and randomness.
First couple of things I saw:
Fish skin: the skin was mostly intact but the insides were lunch long ago
...I love how this one sort of looks like a bird bill
Some regulars by the pool and beach
...the colours in some of these shells just seems so unreal
So, all the way in the USVI in a little back end town with some of the best Puerto Rican food I've had, and it turns out the owner/bartender of the joint and I have a friend in common
First time I've seen the Big J with a halo of thorns
Starting a new series. Some pics will be better than others. Shooting using ISO 800 equivalent with a Sigma 18mm-200mm, f=5.3 at full extension. Going hand held because someone nicked my tripod.
Some pretty landscapes from my recent trip:
Those are mindblowing, Das. Amazing skies.