Share your favorite photos (that YOU took!)

  • Posted: 15 January 2008 10:20 AM #61

    [quote author=“macinnerd”]Woah. I’m speechless.

    Where was the photo taken?

    What, my picture? Aw shucks. raspberry

    It was at a small lake near Eugene, Oregon. I went with Louie (L0u13 from the forums) to take photos of him and a couple friends waterskiing. I think I was on a boat when I took it.

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    Posted: 16 January 2008 05:02 AM #62

    Cool. I really want to go see Oregon one day. I’m hearing so many good thing about it.

  • Posted: 17 January 2008 01:42 AM #63

    I’ll run with the “dramatic lighting” theme…

    Torrey Pines State Beach in the La Jolla area (near San Diego, California.)

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    Posted: 19 January 2008 08:15 AM #64

    Shanghai’s Bund well litten up.

  • Posted: 19 January 2008 01:31 PM #65

    Nice, I’m a sucker for shots of big cities at night. smile

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    Posted: 19 January 2008 07:32 PM #66

    Thanks. I took that shot on National Day (October something over here), and many buildings pulled the stops when it came to lighting that night.

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    Posted: 02 February 2008 09:35 AM #67

    My brother- and aunt-in-law are visiting from England-land, so we took them down south (means something completely different to what it does in USAria).

    I did all the driving, and everyone else did all the photography. But after a day or two, when we were in Dunedin , I asked one of the blokes in the Mac shop where he would recommend to buy a camera. Twenty minutes later (fifteen of which was spent walking there) I had a Canon PowerShot A720 IS. 8 megapixels. 8 megapixels!

    Now I’m a crap photographer. I have little or no idea about apertures and ISO ratings and all that sort of stuff. I point. I shoot. I load into iPhoto.

    And it comes out like these two photos, of which I’m rather pleased.

    Lake Wakatipu , taken from Bob’s Peak, looking towards Glenorchy at 9:06pm. Another shot at 9:07 didn’t work.

    Unidentified flowering plant on shore of Lake Hawea


    Laurie Fleming - the singing geek


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    Posted: 10 February 2008 07:42 AM #68

    I like the lake shot a lot, Laurie.  smile

    Chinese new year fireworks.

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    Posted: 11 November 2008 04:52 AM #69

    From a recent trip to Nepal. This man was wading across the river, from Nepal to India.

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    Posted: 23 November 2008 01:23 PM #70

    This isn’t a very good photo, but that’s kinda the point. Rosie, a thirteen-week-old fox terrier/miniature schnauzer, was sitting in my lap while I was trying to write up a presentation. With her jaw resting on the space bar, it made it difficult to do any work. And difficult to take the photo!


    Laurie Fleming - the singing geek


  • Posted: 16 December 2008 05:10 PM #71

    My iPhone on my iMac keyboard:

  • Posted: 27 June 2010 04:24 AM #72

    Holy cow it’s been a while since this thread was used. Let’s try to revive it.

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    Posted: 11 July 2010 04:06 PM #73

    Taken out my back door around Christmas ‘09

  • Posted: 11 July 2010 04:30 PM #74

    That’s a lot of snow! I wish we got more of it where I live.

  • Posted: 18 July 2010 02:53 AM #75

    C’mon, keep posting…
    Anyone? Anyone?...