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CS #27 - "Spring fling"

Discussion in 'The Collective Shoot' started by dmwphoto, Mar 22, 2007.

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  1. I have agreed to host our next (27th) collective shoot. The theme that I have selected is
    Spring Fling

    I want everyone to go out and shoot anything that signals to them the coming of spring. This could be many differnt things, young lovers in the park, emerging fern fronds, flowers, what ever!
    If you live in the southern hemisphere you may share the opposite and please join in.
    Please limit images to a maximum of 3 images.
    The images should be taken between 5PM Friday afternoon and 8 PM Sunday evening. Times are your local time. I will put up a thread in miscellany tomorrow for you to start posting. Please feel free to add images taken in the shooting times and they can be posted through next Wednesday.

  2. Please post your images of "Spring" here. I am looking forward to seeing them! Unfortunately I am going to be with out a camera during this shoot, sold and shipped mine this morning and the new one wont be here till next week. So somebody shoot extra for me!
  3. Bring on the images!!
  4. MontyDog


    Jan 30, 2005
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  5. SteveK


    Mar 16, 2005


    Well, I guess the ice is beginning to break up in the mouth of the harbor.

  6. Nice image Paul!
    Steve, I can see signs of spring there!
  7. Soon...

    D2x, Nikkor Ai-S 35mm f/1.4
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  8. LOL, Frits. :biggrin: I promise, in a few days you'll be experiencing warmer weather. With luck, the snow will be gone from your course when you get back home. :smile:
  9. Heck no :frown: , that'll be more like April 15 - 20 or so...we're getting there though :smile: .
  10. I see wishful thinking here Frits and that is a true sign of spring!
  11. jcdoss


    Feb 20, 2007
    Kansas City
    Spring is in the air!

    Our tulip bed is still mostly buds except for this lone, brave, red and yellow bloom.


    And of course, you know that when spring is in the air, love is not far behind... :Love:

  12. Excellent!
  13. Seneca


    Dec 4, 2006
    :eek:  What are they doing? :biggrin:

    Great pic of tulip...that is a bright red color. Awesome!
  14. biggstr6


    Apr 26, 2005
    Springtime is Bahama Mama Time ( so my wife says)


    Also Bugs start to appear
  15. LOL!! great post Biggs
  16. The Bradford pears are going full blast around here . . .

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    D70 w/ Sigma 30 mm f/1.4 @ f/2.2, 1/2000 s

    Needed all that speed today too, since it is *very* windy!

  17. That is a good one Eric. Seems they just started to sprout buds a few days ago and now they are blooming like crazy here too. Nice image!
  18. SteveK


    Mar 16, 2005
    Another sure sign of spring: my shrinking wood pile.


    And yes, we did get 4" of new snow last night, and it is snowing now. The local paper had an article on the ice in the harbor (it's not normal, especially this late in the winter; we have a warm ocean current, the Japanese current which generally keeps the ocean ice free around Homer). A fishing tournament for king salmon scheduled for this weekend was postponed because the water at the boat ramp is still frozen.
  19. Gale


    Jan 26, 2005
    Viera Fl
    Get out some more slides Steve:>))

    Super pics
  20. SteveK


    Mar 16, 2005
    Yea, I do need to purge the slide files some more! I got tired of doing it after a few days, so I've put it off for awhile. Generally, at our home in Homer, we have snow on the ground until early May. At our home in the Alaska range, we normally have snow until early June. Spring for us means lots of daylight and generally warmer temperatures in the day making it fun to play in the snow! Marybee's out skijouring with our dog, Lucy as I write this.
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