CS #565 - Shadows and Reflections

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Tree bark can create some interesting shadow effects:

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So glad you are back with us, thanks for joining in. I like them all, but #2 is my favorite.
I like the way the net thingie seems is shown completely in the shadow rather than the direct image...neat!
Come to think of it, what is it?

The Fusilier picture is a good interpretation of the shadows theme. Not to get political, but it
bothers me that here in the U.S. we are intent on tearing down war memorials.
--Oh well, back to photography.
 
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So glad you are back with us, thanks for joining in. I like them all, but #2 is my favorite.
I like the way the net thingie seems is shown completely in the shadow rather than the direct image...neat!
Come to think of it, what is it?

The Fusilier picture is a good interpretation of the shadows theme. Not to get political, but it
bothers me that here in the U.S. we are intent on tearing down war memorials.
--Oh well, back to photography.
Cheers Ed :D

It's a swing in the local park ;)

The Fusiliers plaque is a recent addition to the memorial, added during the recent refurbishment of the park...
 
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Hurricane IRMA left me a million of these, DSL in and out. We only lost 2 trees, but in the whole forest they had to fall over the swimming hole. Desperate for a subject I am.

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Remember when a gig cost a $1000. I thought my first card was a 256 Mb that cost me nearly $300, but this super fast card was all I could find.

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If we really want that trip down memory-technology lane - how about Control Data in suburban Minneapolis making 26 inch computer disks - the first rotating magnetic memory from 1965-66? I don't know the capacity, I was just a machinist at the time.
 
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a few shadows and a reflection. A sculpture in the Leo Mol sculpture garden in Winnipeg.
Larry
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