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What a thread! Wow, some really good stuff here. A hoot to view.

Jon, you need to send your body back to Nikon. (the camera body, not your personal body). They put the logo on backwards. Surprised you never noticed it yourself. :o

Hoping this thread gets me out of my couch potato slump......


I agree with your assessment of this Challenge, Greg; and even moreso with your recognition of the defective Nikon logo. But, Jon, DO NOT send it back !! As a former philatelist, I would think your camera body could be worth a ton of money among Nikon collectors who also collect stamps.

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A stranger this year in my yard...I was glad to get this one this evening.



WOW, Duane. I'm thinking two things: (1) I need to move to a place with more photo ops (where do you live, Duane?) and (2) Maybe I go to bed too early.... :D
But seriously, WOW. (sorry for repeating myself)

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I'm really enjoying everyone's contributions. Great work! I'm still looking for something new to shoot!

Jon, it's nice to see the real you! (Your left hand looks much different than your avatar!)


I agree totally, Patrish.... With the exception that I don't think this is the real Jon; not even the mirror image of the real Jon.

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Here is a HDR I shot today of one of the fishing boats near Barnegat Light.


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Love the layers, dynamic contrast, and lines, Frank. Nice image!

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Here's my second shot I took on the weekend.....

There are some pretty darn good shots here.... Feel sorry for Jon having to pick one.....

And yours is one of those great shots, Lucille... ND filters? Really nice!

I have no sympathy for Jon, only kudos for opening up the gates. :)
Plus he has a collector's camera with a reversed Nikon logo. Not many of those in existence.

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Sparkie1263 wrote:
Here is a HDR I shot today of one of the fishing boats near Barnegat Light.


Frank


Love the layers, dynamic contrast, and lines, Frank. Nice image!


John, Thanks for reminding me to post and thanks for looking!

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Jon...May Heaven help you my friend. I "jumped" into this challenge after CJ "brow beat" Frank on posting in the challenge. :lol: But now. I don't think I "ever" want to win a challenge because I don't "ever" want to have to pick "1" winner out of so many great shots. You people are amazing. :shock:

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chicagojohn wrote:
Greg wrote:
What a thread! Wow, some really good stuff here. A hoot to view.

Jon, you need to send your body back to Nikon. (the camera body, not your personal body). They put the logo on backwards. Surprised you never noticed it yourself. :o

Hoping this thread gets me out of my couch potato slump......


I agree with your assessment of this Challenge, Greg; and even moreso with your recognition of the defective Nikon logo. But, Jon, DO NOT send it back !! As a former philatelist, I would think your camera body could be worth a ton of money among Nikon collectors who also collect stamps.

I'm holding on to this camera CJ, defective logo and all. I happen to like this camera! It takes very good pictures! :wink:

chicagojohn wrote:
There are some pretty darn good shots here....
I have no sympathy for Jon, only kudos for opening up the gates. :)

23 shots entered so far :D There's still a lot of time to submit your images before this 100th celebration is over! It took years to get this far! Anyone know how long it took from the first challenge to the 100th challenge?
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Jon...May Heaven help you my friend. I "jumped" into this challenge after CJ "brow beat" Frank on posting in the challenge. :lol: But now. I don't think I "ever" want to win a challenge because I don't "ever" want to have to pick "1" winner out of so many great shots. You people are amazing. :shock:

What was I thinking putting out a Best of Challenge! :lol: But no worries. My avatar tells me which way to Heaven! :D

Happy shooting to all once again!! Let's see those pics!

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My avatar tells me which way to Heaven! :D

Happy shooting to all once again!! Let's see those pics!


Last night when I got home, I tried to make specific comments, and then I realized the futility of that. So I just want to tell everyone how much I've enjoyed looking at all these wonderful images that represent what folks have managed to do this week.

That said, I woke up at 3:30 am today thinking I wasn't gonna have a #2; a second image to post, that is. Since I was up anyway, I walked out to the kitchen to start a pot of coffee, and I saw this wonderful light streaming in the patio window. So as I signed on to post the image just now, I saw the comment above Jon made last night.... anyway.... Maybe there will be a number 3 later today...

"The Mouse" in the Moon Picasso imitation added to the extreme left edge

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But Mousie, thou art no thy lane,
In proving foresight may be vain:
The best laid schemes o' mice an' men
Gang aft agley,
An' lea'e us nought but grief an' pain,
For promis'd joy!

Still thou are blest, compared wi' me!
The present only toucheth thee:
But och! I backward cast my e'e,
On prospects drear!
An' forward, tho' I canna see,
I guess an' fear!


last stanzas of Robert Burns poem To a Mouse

Translation: Mice and men are not alone in how their pursuit of joy can result in grief and pain with plans gone awry.
But the mouse has the advantage of living in the present, whereas we have the past and the future to contend with.

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Whoops...only a couple hours until deadline. I'd better get a #2 entered. Lowe's Foods opened a
new store with about dozen rows of wines. Yeah, they have lots of food here too. I just can't drag
myself away from the wines. 8)

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I guess I too will post my final image for this challenge. The one thing I like so much about Lotus flowers is how they seem to illuminate from the center outwards.

Lotus bloom.

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Good stuff everyone!! Only a little over an hour left in this challenge to share your image from this week :)
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Wow this is exciting! 29 images total. It will take a little bit of time, but I shall return!

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Jon I wouldn't want to be in your shoes because of the great images entered....tough choices. I have my pick but I will keep my opinion to myself.

Good luck....... :shock: :lol:

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Duane wrote:
Jon I wouldn't want to be in your shoes because of the great images entered....tough choices. I have my pick but I will keep my opinion to myself.

Good luck....... :shock: :lol:


What a great collection!

While waiting to see if my pick wins, since this is 100, I decided to go back and look at #1, when Kurt started it all. The theme was "Happy". Four entries were submitted; my favorite would be Walter's seal along with the interpretation provided by someone :lol:

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Jon I wouldn't want to be in your shoes because of the great images entered....tough choices. I have my pick but I will keep my opinion to myself.

Good luck....... :shock: :lol:


What a great collection!

While waiting to see if my pick wins, since this is 100, I decided to go back and look at #1, when Kurt started it all. The theme was "Happy". Four entries were submitted; my favorite would be Walter's seal along with the interpretation provided by someone :lol:


Just a quick peek, currently at work on Father's Day :cry: I will announce the winning entry later this afternoon.

Talking about "Happy", Happy Father's Day to all the dads out there. Have yourself a great day!

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In the meantime, I'd like to open up the thread for future photo challenge topics. Let's brainstorm and generate a list of topics that members would be interested in. I know it's getting tougher to come up with new topics. Of course we can always recycle previous topics.

Let me start:

The Power of One (this can be a range of images that involve a single subject, isolating a subject through shallow dof, etc.)

Photojournalism

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Jon wrote:
In the meantime, I'd like to open up the thread for future photo challenge topics. Let's brainstorm and generate a list of topics that members would be interested in. I know it's getting tougher to come up with new topics. Of course we can always recycle previous topics.

Let me start:

The Power of One (this can be a range of images that involve a single subject, isolating a subject through shallow dof, etc.)

Photojournalism


I just got an inspirational thought, Jon. If I am not mistaken, you submitted images to this Challenge.

Now follow my logic here, Jon: I see nothing in the rules that would preclude selecting yourself as the winner. And if you did so, you would then be able to select "The Power of One" as our next topic!

I personally like that idea, Jon, and I could definitely accept the concept of a benevolent dictator here; if you feel you are up to it.

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Funny how things arise in the vacuum of waiting, and an empty mind. You mentioned Fathers' Day,
and I just happened to recall seeing a movie called "Smoke Signals" many many years ago.

So here is a poem that was recited at the end of that film, recalled while waiting:

How do we forgive our Fathers?
Maybe in a dream.
Do we forgive our Fathers for leaving us too often, or forever, when we were little?

Maybe for scaring us with unexpected rage,
or making us nervous because there never seemed to be any rage there at all.

Do we forgive our Fathers for marrying or not marrying our Mothers?
For Divorcing or not divorcing our Mothers?

And shall we forgive them for their excesses of warmth, or coldness?
Shall we forgive them for pushing or leaning,
for shutting doors, for speaking through walls
or never speaking, or never being silent?

Do we forgive our Fathers in our age, or in theirs
or their deaths
saying it to them or not saying it?

If we forgive our Fathers what is left?

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Thank you for participating in the Best of the Week Challenge! With so many different images from a talented pool of people, I can't help but infuse some fun while judging every single image. Here's a little something for everyone :)

Here are your Best categories for this week's challenge:

Best Thinking Out of the Box: ChicagoJohn / "The Mouse on the Moon"
Best Macro: Bambi / untitled (closeup of flower, image #2)
Best Silhouette: Miadelight / "Dog in the Fog"
Best Pet Portrait: Thunder / "Rufus"
Best Impressionist Image: ScottHadl / untitled, image #1
Best Food : Gerhard / untitled "Photo of my days work" (Ribs on the grill)
Best Portrait: Brazilliance / untitled (portrait, image #1)
Best Flower: Netsoft2K / untitled (flower, image #2)
Best Lead in Line: Patrish / untitled (Myrtle Beach State Park)
Best HDR: Sparkie1263 / untitled (fishing boats)
Netsoft2K / untitled (forest, image #1)
Best Slow Shutter: Lucille / untitled (waterfall, image #2)
Best Animal in Natural Habitat: Buddy Bob / "Toad: New to a big world"
Best Candid: Cristen / "Dangerous" {Texting while driving a motorcycle!}
Best Sports: eastsider / untitled, image #1
Best Mood: mikealex / "Storm Brewing at Petrie Island"
Best Control of Highlights: Duane / "Lotus bloom"
Best Landscape: Brazilliance / untitled (field of flowers, image #2)

And last but not least, The Best of the Week Winner is:
Duane / untitled (Hummingbird)

Congratulations Duane! It's a beautiful image and skillfully done. I'm passing the baton to you!

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