Rubber duckies everywhere! Weeee!

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  1. W.Smith

    W.Smith TPF Noob!

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    Big Mike I am Big, I am Mike Staff Member Supporting Member

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    I'm guessing this was shot on film and scanned...? It looks like it lost some sharpness and gained some noise.

    I love the color though. It's seemingly random but I'm still picking up patterns all over the place.
     
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    Alex_B No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    probably wrong part of the forum .. but scary ... too many of them

    very colourful ... bit out of focus though
     
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    No, it was a quick snap at (checking EXIF) 800 ISO, 1/60th sec, f4.5, 48mm. Wasn't intended to be a 'photo'. The rich coloring (in halogen light) struck me as I passed by.
    This was taken at the travelling fair, now in my town. The rubber duckies float in a shallow pool of water. Little kiddies can try (if Mommy pays up) to lift one out with a stick-and-hook. Then they get a 'prize' (a keyfob, or so).
     

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