Separate names with a comma.
Discussion in 'Macro, Flowers, Insects, and Greenery' started by matt, Sep 5, 2008.
1. nice shot.... i DO like it
2. please change the title of your image
no offense.... but, there are many children who frequent this site...
and we will ALWAYS keep this place FAMILY FRIENDLY
we are happy you are here
but... titles such as yours aren't desired
thanks for understanding
Seven asterisks? Buttock? Nothing else fits!
Very nice shot :smile:
wow what a hairy keester!
Ahh, keester. I'm not familiar with that one!
Must be an American thing...
Cool shot Matt, interesting angle
hahaha I didn't even realize it was 7 letters! (just was thinking of other terms for butt - and I spelled it wrong)
we appreciate you understanding
please post more images soon..
that shot of yours... TERRIFIC
now, now, robert...
my 14 year old daughter reads this forum daily...
and.... OF COURSE... she's heard FAR WORSE at school.... :biggrin:
well...... you know
Sorry Greg, I think you got the "wrong end of the stick"! I was refering to Counter's confusion about the word "keester", it's not a word we use over here. I've only heard it on American TV shows.
I wasn't making a comment about the language used by the OP, I am actually with you on that. If we want to keep this a family friendly place then we do have to have rules for things like this. Not that I was really offended myself, but as you say some people might be.
come on guys the English thing sounds funny on this side of the water:wink:
Keister or Keester comes from the German Kiste which means satchel or suitcase/box. ( I suppose you can sit on a suitcase). The earliest known citation is from an American article on convict’s slang from 1931.
(Sorry, it's Friday afternoon and I don't want to do any more work this week so I had to look it up)
Good to know, I am glad that you're taking it easy on this rainy Friday afternoon.
Despite it's German orgins I don't think I've ever seen it in English print or heard it spoken over here and therefore consider it a very American word.
You folks and your words.....
Actually, the number of asterisks we use are quite random, you never know how many we use to replace a word.
Back to the image now! :biggrin:
I really like the shot and the neutral colors all around the subject. Great subject focus. What is that bug on? Almost looks like some type of apple or maybe a cactus? Curious.
I'm curious as to the lens set up! This is beautifully close up, and incredibly sharp! Were tubes used in addition to a lens?
It's on the pear.
D300+Tamron AF 90mm macro
Here is anothes shoot, side view:
Wow, so this is just a straight shot, no extension tubes? I'm impressed!! Significant crop, yes? The quality and detail are just amazing!!
Straight shot, no extension tubes.
ISO 640, f13, 1/320s.
same macro I use. Very pleased with it