Discussion in 'Photo Assignments & Technical Challenges' started by Markw, Jan 11, 2012.
This is such a neat thread. I love to see the world through others perspectives.
Awesome, that was fast! Hey, I got your back against gonorrhea and all that! Almost sent the Birth Control pamphlet, but that could be considered more offensive, and less informative.
Yes, a couple, I just have to get them off my camera! Word of warning, homie don't do landscapes. But I did see a moose.
Of all the shots I took (maybe 30 total, super busy this time of year) I like this one best:
Midwinter Munchies by Sean_Titus, on Flickr
All the others I've kept I've posted here, any post since I got it.
Wuhoo! Our first photo of a critter, if I remember correctly. He's a wee little moose, isn't he? Look at those tiny antlers! Can't wait to see more.
Oh, and for everyone who's gone over the past few months, please be sure to add all of your photos to the flickr group, and geotag a few of them as closely as possible. Thanks alot!
Can't wait to see more pics. It's been pretty quiet in here.
Ok i got out this morning an took some photos...It was really overcast and muggy...i tried to do the best that i can but since it was my first time using a manual focus lens..so it took a while to get used to it. I am sure they are not the greatest since i an new to dslr cameras but i did my best.. I hope tomorrow is better cause i want to get some of downtown San Antonio... i will post some i took in a lil bit.. i am updating the flickr group right now
Here is one of the ones i took today. A lil history of Comanche Lookout:
Comanche Lookout Park is a 96-acre public park owned by the City of San Antonio. The site includes the fourth highest point in Bexar County with an elevation of 1,340 feet. The Cibolo floodplain lies at the base of this escarpment between the Gulf Coastal Plain and the Edwards Plateau. Vegetation on the hill includes native ash juniper, Texas and Mexican buckeye, chinaberry, graneno, Lindheimer hackberry, honey mesquite and huisache.
Native Americans used this hill as a vantage point for warfare and hunting. The Apache, and later, the Comanche Indians dominated the area as they hunted along waterways including nearby Cibolo Creek. The hill was also a prominent landmark for travelers in the 18th and 19th centuries. The old Spanish road (one of several routes of the Camino Real or Royal Road) from San Antonio to Bastrop and Nacogdoches in East Texas extended past the base of the hill. The road followed earlier American Indian travel routes, and today its remnants are known as Nacogdoches Road.
DSC_1854 by RedVixen81, on Flickr
Where we at?
Justman. I shipped it on the 13th. Its headed to Winnipeg,Canada. I just checked the tracking and it says its in Minnesota right now as thats as of the 15th. I should get to our next person by wed.
Ok. I was like Erm...silence.
Whos receiving? Can they check in?
Well, I posted "critters", sorta--a bee and a duck. And sparky posted a cat. But that's definitely the *biggest* critter so far!
Nice to see this going again, but some of you folks need to get busy taking pictures when it's your turn! It's been a year now since Mark first started the lens on its way, and there's only 99 photos on the flickr group? I wanna see more pics!!! :lmao:
Just wait till I get my turn. There will be photos....
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