Discussion in 'General Gallery' started by Verbal, Dec 5, 2005.
There's not a whole lot to shoot around here. =\
you should be grateful! you have much more to shoot than i!
nice shots btw,
Gee, I'm seeing something else in that last one...
...but then Verbal comes and makes some art out of nothing! :thumbup:
This time, my favourite is one of the colour photos, i.e. the moss covered steps leading to that back door. And it is not ONLY the green in the photo that fascinates me so (but also ).
But I also like the symmetry in the first.
I so know what yer sayin verbal LOL it can be a challenge somedays. Just gonna make ya better in the end. Milk it to the enth degree!
Love the shot of the stairs.
First and last are pretty cool too!
Great photos. I too have found that i'm getting bored with my surroundings. I have started to shoot still life items inside now, which has proven to be just as fun. Back to your photos.....
I like them all but my favorites are the first and the fifth. They have a nice gritty feel to them. :thumbup:
Don't forget that other people will find your town interesting, even if you don't!
Great pix btw!
I thought I saw that you live in Seattle. Am I mistaken? It's such a beautiful town...I love it there so much.
Also, Rob and LaFoto are right. You may not like it, but it's new to us, and you do amazing things with what you say is nothing.
I, personally, love looking at your pics.
BTW, I see dirty things in the last pic as well...reminds me of one of the <I>Naked Gun</I> movies when he says that wherever he looks he sees things that reminds him of her and the next shot is of two mounds that look surprisingly like a pair or ripe and beautiful breasts.
I guess it's like anything else: you've got to make the best of things. Nice pics.
Thank you all! I actually live an hour and a half north of Seattle, but I go there as often as I can...I LOVE it there. I live in a tiny town called Deming...full of "Native Americans" (with their bloody casino) and loggers. lol
And yeah, it kinda does look...dirty. lol, woops.
and hey, who said big towns have a lot of NICE stuff to shoot?
I did! :mrgreen:
I could take pictures all day in Seattle and NEVER run out of subjects!
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