Thread Rating:
  • 0 Vote(s) - 0 Average
  • 1
  • 2
  • 3
  • 4
  • 5
Photo Association Chain
#51
(Oct 9, 2013, 11:46)Vik Wrote: There's no fire, just a comment tying together the wet dog and the dog-in-the-fire pics I posted earlier

But here's a pic of a coal fire anyway Tongue
(with no real artistic merit)

Well, thank you Smile

But I strongly believe that coal is good for only one thing - grill Big Grin

[Image: 10266426785_7d21646b98_z.jpg]
Reply

#52
    And grills are best used for keeping things behind.
Reply
#53
From Chain ............. To Chain Link


Attached Files Image(s)
   
Canon EOS 650D with 18-55 kit lens/ 75-300 zoom/ 100-400 zoom
https://www.flickr.com/photos/125137869@N08/
Reply
#54
From small water to BIG water (Uig Bay, Isle of Skye)
[Image: panoramalookingnorth_zps93974fae.jpg]
“A great photograph is one that fully expresses what one feels, in the deepest sense, about what is being photographed.”
Ansel Adams
Reply
#55
More Water and a Train (Chain) Link.

http://img.gg/o9zxb5w
Reply
#56
Anyone want to play?

(Oct 20, 2013, 02:15)James Tate Wrote: From small water to BIG water (Uig Bay, Isle of Skye)
...

Big water has to be crossed somehow..

[Image: 9397964143_a3c224cd73_z.jpg]
Reply

#57
Nice one Korry. Mine seems to have sunk without trace so here it is again.
Another method of crossing ! Mike.

[Image: 18-09-13_0113_edited-1_-Bri.jpg]
Reply
#58
Wow! That's one giant bridge.

We have bridges in Croatia too, even without water Smile

[Image: 8216821880_4b51c8e9d8_z.jpg]

Reply
#59
You are right Korry, it is a big bridge.
The Forth Bridge is a cantilever railway bridge. Construction started in 1883 and it was opened on the 4th March 1890. It spans 2,528.7m. Clearance below is 46m. The cantilever structures are 100.6m tall. Mike
Reply
#60
[attachment=4981]Fun in the park
Reply
#61
I'm sorry I'll try again.
I noticed the steps in previous image so these are the steps in Bristol Central Library.

[img][Image: 21174026488_af6e3fcb19.jpg]_MG_1737 library steps by derek webber, on Flickr[/img]


Reply

#62
Clock tower with arches through the arch of a hedge:

   

Cheers.
Philip
Reply
#63
[attachment=4987]Bridge over the Snake River Twin Falls Idaho
Reply
#64
Commando Memorial, Spean Bridge, Scottish Highlands.

   
Ask yourself, "What's most important for the final image?".
Reply
#65
   

Memorial. " poppy"
Reply
#66
Memorial? The Battle of Britain memorial in London Town

[Image: 290706-2008-22.jpg~original]
GrahamS
Take my advice.  I'm not using it.Wink

Reply

#67
Battle? Britain? (That should give infinite choices) RAF? Monument? Flight?

Well, come on, then!
GrahamS
Take my advice.  I'm not using it.Wink

Reply
#68
Local war memorial. Ed.


Attached Files Image(s)
   
To each his own!
Reply
#69
(Sep 6, 2016, 02:05)EdMak Wrote: Local war memorial.  Ed.
War in the Toilets : P-day - part of the Toilet Diaries. 
[Image: 35_Saving%20Private%20PoopiePants%20at%20P-Day.jpg]
Reply
#70
From Toilet War, to Civil....

7DII, 1/4000s, f/5.6, ISO800, 84mm
[Image: 31711613086_e3be066aff_b.jpg]
Reply
#71
From war to Victory! SPARTAAAAA!!!!
(our main photo i did with my best friend/colleague photographer when we decided to go on a photo-tour through Europe and conquer it with our gear.  https://illuminationtour.wordpress.com/

[Image: illuminationTour.jpg]
BTW Great photo EnglishBob!!! Big Grin
Reply

#72
From Victory to Celebration:

[Image: 32374837533_a02fa4865d_c.jpg]
Reply


Possibly Related Threads…
Thread Author Replies Views Last Post
  The first Christmas-related photo you ever took plugsnpixels 2 2,362 Dec 4, 2016, 15:51
Last Post: plugsnpixels
  Scott Kelby World Wide Photo Walk 2016 EnglishBob 4 3,076 Oct 15, 2016, 14:28
Last Post: EnglishBob
  From Photo to Abstraction: Flower on a Tree Stump Don Schaeffer 0 2,246 Aug 17, 2015, 13:11
Last Post: Don Schaeffer

Forum Jump:


Users browsing this thread: 1 Guest(s)