For my third pic of the day I had to do this one. Took it at the Daniel Stowe Botanical Garden a bit over a week ago. It's busy but I like it. EXIF data included and it's also in my gallery if you don't want to look it up.
Model NIKON D50 Date/time original 6/3/2006 4:08:19 AM Exposure time 1/125 s F-number f/5.6 Exposure bias value 0.00 eV Metering mode Pattern Flash Flash did not fire Focal length 50 mm White balance Auto white balance
Great job D50 forum I loved all of them as usual the D50 crowd has outdone itself. Many thanks for making this another great photo post I think we have broken the chain of non photo posts that was mentioned a couple months ago! Great Job. Jim
So, I'm standing at a street corner in Bridgeport, and I'm complaining to myself about the weather, and how I can't find anything colorful, because it was been so rainy around here. Then a truck pulls up, and stops right in front of me
The D50 forum rocks we try to come up with something every few weeks. We usually get over 50 post so people love to share the work from their D50. I'm thinking its time to come up with another assignment. Jim
A new shopping centre being built in the city center, I liked the lines and the depth the glass gives.
The second at the same time , the pond outside our office was in deep shadow and the late sun was really bright on the trees and guildhall tower opposite, it was really windy - near gale force so the water surface was very active. I think resizing the picure has degraded the colours and lost some of the sense of movement - its very pretty at 15x10, but I include it to give an idea - the D50 registers some really subtle colour ranges (honest).
Okay now that I stepped in it. I love both, I am kind of a motorcycle buff who no longer rides because my daughter saw me crash and has asked me not to(I sneek on my Dads occsionally). I had a Harley and my Dad has a 2 Hogs one being a 1947 knucklehead the other a 2006 Softail Classic he just got.
And tomorrow I'm off to Brooklands, the world's first purpose built racing circuit... much of the banking is still in place, the old clubhouse, pits.. car and bike collections plus aircraft... just hope the weather is good.
>And tomorrow I'm off to Brooklands, the world's first >purpose built racing circuit... much of the banking is still >in place, the old clubhouse, pits.. car and bike collections >plus aircraft... just hope the weather is good.
I get to go to work. Post 'em when you got 'em.
Loved the shots from the SM museum. I'm probably the only other person on here that remembers the ****storm he caused when he switched to Yamaha