Discussion in 'Photo Themes' started by SquarePeg, Mar 22, 2019.
Thank you for that link, great idea.
My last photo (at least, for the coming weeks) on this forum, as everyone knows, the tulip originally comes from Turkey, cultivated by the Dutch for a few centuries into the current varieties. This photo is a sandwich of single (duplicate) layers, layers with blur effect, crop, negative, color cast, etc. The photo is a mirrored image (with some differences applied on the left and right) with the "pivot point" in the middle, on the red tulip.
Fuji XE1 + 18/55 mm
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Hope all is ok and your absence is due to something good like traveling. You'll be missed here. Stay well.
Good luck with whatever is taking you away for a bit. As SquarePeg said above, we look forward to your return and hope for more of your great submissions you share with us!
Best to you! Looking forward to your return and your challenge images.
And I too wish you well gk, hoping that your time away is for something good.
It's surgery time again, my ICD has been shifted almost an inch in just a few weeks and is being reimplanted, but now under a pectoral muscle, at the same time they also remove a lead and some steel wires in my chest, this surgery is expected and I'm very happy with it! I'd to promise to do absolutely nothing with my arms, chest etc. for at least 3 weeks. After that I expect to have at least 5 years of rest.
I think without the weekly challenge, I'd not have photographed that much in the past 2 years, it's great that more and more TPF members know how to find this (active, creative or whatever you want to call it) corner of the Forum and also want to participate.
Thank you, I've to say that I really appreciate your contributions to the weekly challenge.
There is no question about it.
Truth in posting...this was "cooked" a bit but by doing so it made it look a bit more like/than "real life". It was shot at dusk in Old Town Montreal with the Hasselblad attachment on my phone.
I'm a now retired Physical Therapist. Through the decades that I worked, I treated more than just a few folks whose pacemaker/defib need surgical revision for a variety of reasons.
Most described pains or odd sensations or cramps resulting from the revisions, and postures and lack of activity that was part of the post surgical process.
I recommend googling for and purchasing "The Trigger Point Therapy Workbook" by Clair and Amber Davies so that when your electrocardiologist gives permission you have knowledge with which to self treat, not just in the regions around the implanted cardioversion device. The muscles of the chest wall, pecs (both sides), serratus anterior, and even posterior muscles develop trigger points which lead to unusual symptoms.
But don't go pressing on the device itself!
Be well, and I'm looking forward to seeing more of your photos when you're able to get back.
Mike, very nice color complementary harmony here with a few warm hues based on orange and then violet and blue on the cool side.
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