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For a split second, I thought the cat was reclining in the lap of a naked dude.

:eek:

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For a split second, I thought the cat was reclining in the lap of a naked dude.

:eek:

:lmao: I wouldn't do that to you guys.

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Here's another pic from the night in Santa Monica I posted before, kinda like the light here:

Churro Stand

Nice!

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For a split second, I thought the cat was reclining in the lap of a naked dude.

:eek:

:lmao: I wouldn't do that to you guys.
At first I thought it was a micro cat sitting in the palm of someone's hand...

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Yep. I caught the sunset about 10 minutes late. No pictures updated yet.

I was expecting pictures of sweaty hippie protesters from you.

My bad.

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ummm.. I may not get any work done for awhile as I just found a GREAT tool for us Outdoor photographers who like to capture sun rise/set..

The Photographer's Ephemeris (TPE) is a tool to help with the planning of all types of outdoor photography, but particularly landscape and urban scenes.

It is a map-centric sun and moon calculator: see how the light will fall on the land.

Basically you choose a place on Google Maps and a date and it shows you the Sun rise/set and Moon rise/set paths for that day. :headbang:

Now, instead of taking Compass settings out into the field and trying to find the right place to setup, I can use this program ahead of time to plan my outing. :yes:

The Photographer's Ephemeris

It is free for the Desktop version and they do have a iPhone app you can purchase.

An example would the Willow River State park I go and take :pickle: at all the time.

Here is a screen shot of what the program shows me

Found this last night. Today is "Manhattanhenge", the day where the sun lines up with Manhattan streets and you can get amazing urban sunset shots. Inspired me to track down the software, which they now have for Android. I'm playing with it on the PC and found a way to get it on my phone at no cost, so I'll definitely be using this regularly to plan some sunset shots and maybe find the right days to take advantage of sun & moon alignments in the future.

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We were up in Duluth,MN when the historic Floods hit.. Before the rains came though I did manage to get some :pics:

Sailing Superior

Kamin coming into the Harbor

Daughter sitting on theshore line

Saw these on your FB page yesterday. Amazing stuff. I'm heading through that area Sunday on my way to BWCA. We're a little worried about road closures; it's already an 11 hour drive.

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:blackdot: For the TPE (thanks Sarnoff) and for offdee photographing three of my favorite subjects. Edited by rail

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Seems I forgot to post some of my other images.. These were taken the day the storms were rolling into Duluth, Minnesota for the histroic flooding:

Time to get ashore

Storms rolling in

Even the Coast guard is getting to shore

Storm waves

Anchored

Storms on the horizon

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Any articles lately pants?

My last column was in the June issue. They have a new managing editor and my column is currently "on hold" while they reorganize and redesign. We'll see what happens.

Here's some recent stuff from Boundary Waters. Had an amazing trip up there last week.

Isle

Bedraggled

Reel (accidentally had my ISO jacked up from the previous night. could have been a much better shot.)

Ashore

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:kicksrock:I liked your columns. I hope they bring it back after the re-org.

Thanks. It's been getting a bit frustrating dealing with them lately. They stopped sending me copies of the magazine despite repeated requests. Then they finally gave me links to the electronic versions, but those pages are all down and the links no longer work. It has all the signs of a magazine in financial trouble. I wrote to my contact over there a couple weeks ago and her out-of-office response says she won't be back in until Sept. 7. Hopefully, they can get things figured out over there.

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:kicksrock:I liked your columns. I hope they bring it back after the re-org.

Thanks. It's been getting a bit frustrating dealing with them lately. They stopped sending me copies of the magazine despite repeated requests. Then they finally gave me links to the electronic versions, but those pages are all down and the links no longer work. It has all the signs of a magazine in financial trouble. I wrote to my contact over there a couple weeks ago and her out-of-office response says she won't be back in until Sept. 7. Hopefully, they can get things figured out over there.
Ugh. Hate to hear that. If you're missing electronic copies, I'll see if I can dig some up through back channels.

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I really like that shot. Extreme horizon lines are really interesting to me when they are done well and you did a really nice job. I'm also a big fan of B/W in general.

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:kicksrock:

I liked your columns. I hope they bring it back after the re-org.

Thanks. It's been getting a bit frustrating dealing with them lately. They stopped sending me copies of the magazine despite repeated requests. Then they finally gave me links to the electronic versions, but those pages are all down and the links no longer work. It has all the signs of a magazine in financial trouble. I wrote to my contact over there a couple weeks ago and her out-of-office response says she won't be back in until Sept. 7. Hopefully, they can get things figured out over there.
I think the last article you posted in the thread was February's issue. Here are PDF links to March, April, May and June.

Nice work, hope that they bring you back.

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I really like that shot. Extreme horizon lines are really interesting to me when they are done well and you did a really nice job. I'm also a big fan of B/W in general.
:thanks:

With the rock pile being as it was(lose rocks and slippery from the rain and waves)I had a hard time getting to a spot to catch the waves. This one was "washed out" in color so decided it might be better in B/W.

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:kicksrock:

I liked your columns. I hope they bring it back after the re-org.

Thanks. It's been getting a bit frustrating dealing with them lately. They stopped sending me copies of the magazine despite repeated requests. Then they finally gave me links to the electronic versions, but those pages are all down and the links no longer work. It has all the signs of a magazine in financial trouble. I wrote to my contact over there a couple weeks ago and her out-of-office response says she won't be back in until Sept. 7. Hopefully, they can get things figured out over there.
I think the last article you posted in the thread was February's issue. Here are PDF links to March, April, May and June.

Nice work, hope that they bring you back.

:thumbup:

Thanks, man!

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:kicksrock:

I liked your columns. I hope they bring it back after the re-org.

Thanks. It's been getting a bit frustrating dealing with them lately. They stopped sending me copies of the magazine despite repeated requests. Then they finally gave me links to the electronic versions, but those pages are all down and the links no longer work. It has all the signs of a magazine in financial trouble. I wrote to my contact over there a couple weeks ago and her out-of-office response says she won't be back in until Sept. 7. Hopefully, they can get things figured out over there.
I think the last article you posted in the thread was February's issue. Here are PDF links to March, April, May and June.

Nice work, hope that they bring you back.

:thumbup:

Thanks, man!

Your April column mentions the time Joshua Bell played his Stradivarius in a DC subway station during rush hour. I love that story. Here's the newspaper article and the Youtube video. Edited by Sarnoff

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Here is a photo taken from my recent heatwave trip to Chicago. First time visiting the city and I had a great time. This was from the 4th of July fireworks show at the Navy Pier. I took this from the Planetarium.

4th of July Fireworks - Chicago Navy Pier

Beautiful shot!

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Here is a photo taken from my recent heatwave trip to Chicago. First time visiting the city and I had a great time. This was from the 4th of July fireworks show at the Navy Pier. I took this from the Planetarium.

4th of July Fireworks - Chicago Navy Pier

Nicely captured. :thumbup:

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One of my favorites. From the top of the Hancock tower (95th floor bar) looking towards the magnificent mile and chicago's downtown.

Two drinks for $29 and this view!

Chicago Downtown - Hancock Tower View

Ive eaten there. Btw, the women's room has a phenomenal view. The guys room, nothing.

#####es.

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Just cell pics here, but my layover in Chicago netted a couple decent pics:

O'Hare

Hyatt

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I think this is one of the better shots I've taken in a while, as far as being what I wanted it to be.

Seep

Edited by pantagrapher

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I think this is one of the better shots I've taken in a while, as far as being what I wanted it to be.

Seep

Good composition & color. Nice eye. :thumbup:

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