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It is great to see all the different views.

True, Thunder, and also how everyone is commenting upon the various submissions; that's that thing I am most happy to see :) :)
That's what this is all about, after all, the fun of sharing our work :D

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If it was up to me to chose the winner, you will be the one hands down, CJ. Toooooooo funny!!!!! Your out of the box thinking is so impressive.

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If it was up to me to chose the winner, you will be the one hands down, CJ. Toooooooo funny!!!!! Your out of the box thinking is so impressive.

I love you too, Cristen :)

So shall we all now start over again?
Thuder rules, and he says we have two tries....

Let's start over again.

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Patrish, I snorted out loud (think laugh snort) when I scrolled down and saw the little horsie. :)

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Thanks, Greg! LOL! That's what Jaxon did too!

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WOW, terrific entries here. CJ, did you actually write that article? What a fun shot Patrish.
Here's one from me:

Small Kev and the huge Taniwha monster about to pounce !!!! :shock:

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Here's my small contribution. I noticed this homeless man struggling to reach for something small, almost beyond his reach. I really wanted to get a photo of his face, but in this instance, it didn't really matter. This image clearly shows how little he has. It was actually better that I didn't get a shot of his face.

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As we are allowed two entries, this is my second. Expect a third, fourth, and fifth, by the way. :D

In this one, I want to acknowlege the contribution to my life of Bakeys, who's image is my hands down favorite in this competition, and also Cristen and her cat, and along with that Schrödinger's cat as well as my first and now departed cat, Samantha, featured here in this query.

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CJ, did you actually write that article?


I have to fess up, Mia Delight, I did actually write that article, but not exactly myself.

It was based upon a joke, a pun, an old friend and colleague told me once. He passed away about a year ago after a valient stuggle with stomach cancer; a few years older
than me. I do feel Al was with me from the time I woke up with the idea until its execution.

So while I wrote the text of the article, the concept for it came from Al, as far as I know. And I think it especially appropriate insofar as his hobby and passion was astonomy. He
knew every amazing fact about our solar system and beyond that would blow your mind.

So when we now think about "small", it has a very different meaning than it did before the incredible revolution of thought brought to the view of Copernicus versus that of Ptolomy.

That is why this selection by Thunder is so wonderful; it focuses our attention upon the relative nature of all our perceptions. Apart from the fact that I really love and respect the work of Thunder, that is why I decided to make a temporary return to this forum.

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Patrish, This image of your dog and his toy is amazing. I love it!!! I mean, that's how I felt when my first pet died... and I found out while eating lunch.... :lol:

It's a doggy-dog world !!! :D

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Some great shots here! Loving your pooch Patrish and it's good to see CJ is still well and truly outside of the box (I don't think they are ever letting him back in again).

Unfortunately, as my camera is out of action at the moment, I've had to revert back to my archives in order to participate in this challenge. Hopefully this image helps demonstrate why they always say the world is getting to be a smaller place...

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This is an exhibit of the now extinct Giant Ground Sloth. It's closest living relatives, who shared a common ancestor, are the tree sloths and they don't get much bigger than that fellow's back pack.

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Some great shots here! Loving your pooch Patrish and it's good to see CJ is still well and truly outside of the box (I don't think they are ever letting him back in again).

Unfortunately, as my camera is out of action at the moment, I've had to revert back to my archives in order to participate in this challenge. Hopefully this image helps demonstrate why they always say the world is getting to be a smaller place...

This is an exhibit of the now extinct Giant Ground Sloth. It's closest living relatives, who shared a common ancestor, are the tree sloths and they don't get much bigger than that fellow's back pack.


Love it, TimimyG!!! Brings back some very fond memories from my childhood when we would go out into the countryside trying to spot one. You know; back before they now have become extinct... :-P

So I take your submission to indicate the relevance of time to the discussion of large and small, TimmyG; not just present physical dimension, eh? And so, one might assess one's own stature against the distance to the moon, for instance, but also one's longevity in comparison with the beginning of time, or less aggressively, the time of the existance of the Giant Ground Sloth?

And it would seem to me, TimmyG, that the adjective "ground" in relation to "Giant Sloth" is probably somewhat redundant: I do not recall seeing any giant air sloths. We referred to the flying creatures as pterodactyls, back then. They ate ground sloths for lunch. Unless, that is, you meant the sloths that didn't live in the trees. But from the perspective of a pterodactyl, that would be a distinction without a difference. :D

My personal favorite in this challenge remains Bakeys turtle, even though Chicago Carol and I are raising a tortoise, not a turtle, and now many do not know the difference!...

When we were little,' the Mock Turtle went on at last, more calmly, though still sobbing a little now and then, `we went to school in the sea. The master was an old Turtle--we used to call him Tortoise--'

`Why did you call him Tortoise, if he wasn't one?' Alice asked.

`We called him Tortoise because he taught us,' said the Mock Turtle angrily: `really you are very dull!'

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Here's my small contribution. I noticed this homeless man struggling to reach for something small, almost beyond his reach. I really wanted to get a photo of his face, but in this instance, it didn't really matter. This image clearly shows how little he has. It was actually better that I didn't get a shot of his face.

Oh my God, Jon, I must admit I failed to really look deeply into your image.
Very nice, I must say. Not one, but two fingers pointing. What are the rest of us missing???

And it's so very hard to discern a difference looking at these images.
My favorite has now changed to Patrish's dog, for various reasons, but who knows where that will wind up with almost a week left to go.

Thanks so much, Jon. Your imaged really helps to put things in perspective!!

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Picking up scraps
Here's my small contribution. I noticed this homeless man struggling to reach for something small, almost beyond his reach. I really wanted to get a photo of his face, but in this instance, it didn't really matter. This image clearly shows how little he has. It was actually better that I didn't get a shot of his face.


Very deep. Your shot tells a strong story, take what you can, when you've got nothing, every little thing counts. Very well spotted shot Jon. Wish I had the guts to get to this level of photojournalism. The oof bin initially bugged me a bit, but I think it also adds to the story now that I look at it again.

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A tiny little heart (3mm across) engraved in the inside of my wife's bangle.

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A tiny little heart (3mm across) engraved in the inside of my wife's bangle.


You are a lucky man, Brazilliance. I don't think my wife has a bangle, but I'll check it out tonight.
After 20 years of marriage, I'd be surprised to find out she has a bangle, but one never knows....

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Great shot Bambi. The isolation of the snakes face with the controlled DOF is impressive.

I totally agree, Thunder, and I don't know and don't care if I'm violating some "norm" by adding my comments to yours, but while this is a really nice shot, I'm not connecting with how it relates to the "small" topic.

Maybe Bambi can inform us of her intention.


cause he was a really tiny snake. :)

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Great shot Bambi. The isolation of the snakes face with the controlled DOF is impressive.

I totally agree, Thunder, and I don't know and don't care if I'm violating some "norm" by adding my comments to yours, but while this is a really nice shot, I'm not connecting with how it relates to the "small" topic.

Maybe Bambi can inform us of her intention.


cause he was a really tiny snake. :)

That is what I figured, Bambi.

By the way, I'll be traveling the rest of the week, but I look forward to seeing all of your submissions later.... keep the faith!!!!

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This will become our national symbol in 60 or so days...most recognizable when it turns 5 years old and has a white head and tail.

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Thanks so much, Jon. Your imaged really helps to put things in perspective!!

Glad to share this image CJ.
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Very deep. Your shot tells a strong story, take what you can, when you've got nothing, every little thing counts. Very well spotted shot Jon. Wish I had the guts to get to this level of photojournalism. The oof bin initially bugged me a bit, but I think it also adds to the story now that I look at it again.

Being a staff photog while in college years ago definitely helps when I get in the mood for shooting PJ. I still enjoy it to this day. Thanks for the comments :)

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Fantastic image Jamie. I bet your wife will love this image.
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This will become our national symbol in 60 or so days...most recognizable when it turns 5 years old and has a white head and tail.

Another beautiful image Duane. Well done.

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