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Naniani those are great. Exact. Perfect. GREAT JOB. (Perfect example of a little less talk, and a lot more action.... :wink: )

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Thanks very much Lensbaby, i was struggling to get something out, so at least i feel ive made an effort. Had to laugh though i done these in the early morning at about 5.30, and a passing milkman in his float stopped and wondered what was going on, looked at me like i was mad. :D :D

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Hi Sue, Hi lensbaby, great to see your submissions! We've got some really nice interpretations of the theme appearing here...


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Hey Sue.... been watching tooooooo much Top Gear methinks..... :lol:


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Defiance, one can NEVER watch too much Top Gear. This is not opinion, it is pure and simple fact.

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Defiance, one can NEVER watch too much Top Gear. This is not opinion, it is pure and simple fact.

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I totally agree.... I am a big fan of the programme myself....


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Me too, well all except for that silly guy who wears a crash helmet all the time and drinks high octane fuel with his sandwiches, I mean what is that all about? :lol:


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Fans of Top Gear may note The Stig has appeared in some of the crops in the gallery sections of recent compact reviews...

EG 6th image down:

http://www.cameralabs.com/reviews/Canon ... ages.shtml


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Defiance wrote:
Hey Sue.... been watching tooooooo much Top Gear methinks..... :lol:


You thinks right Roy, Top Gear of course, silly me i thought it was a CARtoon programme with a little Hammy hamster as one of the co stars. lol :D :D

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Im sure sue had the stig in her car :wink:

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Im sure sue had the stig in her car :wink:


:lol: :lol:

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Two more good entries! Good work!


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PostPosted: Sat Dec 13, 2008 6:37 pm 
As some of us should be able to tell, I've not been very active in the forums nor for the past few On Assignments for undisclosed reasons.

I have this photograph here I took today and since I can't submit a single image (does it count as Two images if i chop it up with PP into halves and say they are Two images?) I'll just put it here and ask for C C&C :)

Do you guys think this qualifies for the theme this month?

......................................New Cactus vs. Old Cactus
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I thought these two cacti would make an interesting image alongside each other. Shot this earlier today.

A healthy green mini-cactus stands firm beside a pale, withering, browning/blacking/rotting cactus that has succumbed for unknown reasons.

Its one of many potted plants owned by my mother. (psst..don't ask why there is a rotted plant..i don't know either)


SnS 8)

P.S.: Mods/Gordon please advise me if I am allowed to post this photograph in the Flower/Macro photography section, since its not exactly "double posting".


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Gordon Laing wrote:
Fans of Top Gear may note The Stig has appeared in some of the crops in the gallery sections of recent compact reviews...

EG 6th image down:

Really Gordon??

Don't tell me :)
let me say: Good for him that the picture is very zoomed out. In England, appear identified on a good picture it will be some kind of sentence to the Stig! :D


But it's in the New Zealand you talking?? I heard recently that Top Gear's expanded to AU ans US... Very curious to see every interpretation on the same car...

This is the beauty of the "equality of the difference"

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Hey Joey , i like your crab assignment pics, the crab in the third picture sure is moving fast, looking at him he reminds me of an antelope, gracefully stretching out his legs......is this a new species.......a crabelope.... :lol: nice one, sue :)

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