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  • #394743

    Usual rules. Open Topic. All images submitted must be taken on the sensor of a mobile device, and any editing done on a mobile device (smart phone or tablet).

  • #394745

    Lace Monitors. iPhoneX SOOC.

    The lace monitor or lace goanna is a member of the monitor lizard family, Australian members of which are commonly known as goannas. It belongs to the subgenus Varanus. Lace monitors are the second-largest monitor in Australia after the perentie.

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    • #394816

      Erik Fransman
      Participant

      They have a good life David, (p)laying in the sand all day.

    • #394891

      Robert Apple
      Moderator

      I believe these were Lace Monitors from the original news paper story. I think they over dramatize it a bit at the end of the video, but hey, that's what television is for.

       

  • #394756

    Roger Wehage
    Participant

    iPhone 6s Plus Coconino National Forest near Sedona, AZ. Edited in Photos with Mono filter.

  • #394775

    Roger Wehage
    Participant

    iPhone XR edited in Photos with Silvertone filter.

    • This reply was modified 1 week, 2 days ago by  Roger Wehage.
  • #394815

    Erik Fransman
    Participant

    Homeless, Galaxy S7, Vignette, bit blur

    • #394887

      Robert Apple
      Moderator

      If only he had a tin cup sitting in front of him.

    • #394932

      Kent DuFault
      Participant

      Great shot Erik!

    • #395173

      Tersha
      Keymaster

      Wonderful Erik!

    • #395468

      JasenkaG
      Keymaster

      Great shot! I love the body posture of this toy – an utter despair!

  • #394850

    Roger Wehage
    Participant

    Secured behind black doors with no handles and black fences with small cracks, the promised land is but a dream.

    • #395943

      Frank
      Participant

      To continue Roger's story, maybe crop the left side right at the end of the iron fence. But, maybe the partial house with the bike out front gives the saddened bear a ray of hope.

  • #394854

    Kent DuFault
    Participant

    Eyes

    iPhone 8+ and processed in Snapseed and Instagram. Strange moments are my specialty…

    • #394865

      Erik Fransman
      Participant

      Love it. Great family!

    • #394888

      Robert Apple
      Moderator

      What in the world is going on here Kent.

      • #394930

        Kent DuFault
        Participant

        My wife is using a ‘sauna blanket'. It gives you the effect of being in a sauna… when you don't have one. The mask is a skin treatment. My wife has trouble with her skin, and the mask helps her. She wears it for something like 20 minutes every evening. The cat is there because the sauna blanket gets very warm.

        • #395061

          chris pook
          Participant

          Epic!  You guys should come live here.  It's living in a sauna for 6 months of the year.  🙂

        • #395220

          Robert Apple
          Moderator

          Ok, I thought you and your wife had a Role Play Alien Abuction Senario running and you decided to photograph it.

    • #395171

      Tersha
      Keymaster

      Love it! 🙂

      • #395331

        Kent DuFault
        Participant

        Thanks Diane.

        • #395944

          Frank
          Participant

          Hi Kent, with “strange moments your specialty”, you nailed this one!

  • #395133

    Shorebird
    Participant

    Many a US Naval Academy slipperier din 'after hours' through this back door to Bancroft Hall.

  • #395134

    Shorebird
    Participant

    The ‘Backdoors to Bancroft Hall on the grounds of the United States Naval Academy. Thousands of upperclassmen slipped though them after weekend curfew.

    • #395948

      Frank
      Participant

      Was recently reading a book on B&W photography.  Three elements needed for a successful conversion from color:  1 directional lighting with plenty of highlights and shadows   2  Plenty of surface texture  3  A histogram that indicates a broad, sweeping level of brightness values across all the zones (of the Zone System)   author Kent DuFault  ebook Better Black and White

      Can only guess your histogram, but you have 1 and 2 IMO!

  • #395172

    Tersha
    Keymaster

    Thistle mantid

    Thistle mantid

    Thistle mantid

    iPhone 6s+, Snapseed

  • #395236

    Laurel-Anne
    Participant

    iPhone 5s – SOOC. Any guesses as to who has been harassing my cattle?

     

    • #395299

      Kent DuFault
      Participant

      That is VERY strange.

    • #395321

      Robert Apple
      Moderator

      Roger may have nailed it , a large Raptor nailing a rabbit,were there more tracks, looks like some bunny tracks may be present. I used to see stuff like this a lot, the only signs present were from the bird, it was usually due to Owls  who would hear mice and voles moving through the grass under the snow .

  • #395314

    Roger Wehage
    Participant

    Eagle snatching a rabbit? Eagles will attack calves and other small animals, even a human or child. Buzzards may inadvertently kill newborn calves. They first go for the afterbirth and then may go for the calf's eyes.

    • This reply was modified 6 days, 12 hours ago by  Roger Wehage.
  • #395329

    Laurel-Anne
    Participant

    Lots more raptor impressions around, bald eagles to be precise, but this is the most impressive one. No evidence of small game. They were definitely watching my cattle and are prime suspects in a calf death.

    There were several of them feeding, and my suspicion is that this impression results from a fight amongst themselves.

    • #395945

      Frank
      Participant

      The streak marks must have been form the wing tips, but there are no foot prints of any animal leading to the spot.  Could a small rodent have been below the snow and its movement spotted by the raptor?  Laurel-Anne, your suspicions are a logical explanation!

  • #395373

    John Thompson
    Moderator

    Taken with my iPhone 7 Plus edited in PS.

    When I went by here about 45 minutes before this it was dry.  When I came back this is what I saw.  No I wished I would have waited there to see the stream fill.

    • #395475

      Kent DuFault
      Participant

      Beautiful shot John!

    • #395505

      Robert Apple
      Moderator

      Very nice John, I could spend hours at a scene like this

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    Random lizard in Yangon

     

  • #395485

    E. Q. de Souza
    Participant

    Car made out of wood, iPhone 8plus, Edited with PS Express.Wood Car

  • #395569

    Karen Coleman
    Participant

    Luna ParkLuna Park Sydney taken with Samsung S8 with a little of help from Snapseed – grunge

  • #395610

    Tom M
    Participant

    Leaf In a Rusty Puddle…

    Samsung J7, edited in snapseed.

     

    • #395776

      Roger Wehage
      Participant

      Tom, that's creative. Your leaf sort of reminds me of me; we survived the winter and now we're about to push up daisies.

  • #395946

    Frank
    Participant

    Wow, all these photos above give credence to the axiom, “The best camera you have is the one in your hand”.

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