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    Quote Originally Posted by Erik Larsen View Post
    A whole lot of laziness and music the past week or so
    That's the amplifier!!!!!!

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    Tea Cup, March 2010

    Still gazing out the window.

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    I have lousy hearing with loud tinnitus, but like music. I cannot hear full range. Got 2 Shure Vocal Masters for $20, hooked to 20 watt Sony which adds all inputs possible. Alexa is disc jockey playing almost anything. 20 clean watts is more than enough for these 60" tall boxes with 10 speakers.

    Shure Vocal Master by TIN CAN COLLEGE, on Flickr
    where is the monolith

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    Last May, we saw a Bewick's wren taking a sudden interest in my bike shorts that I had hung to dry in our apartment's the micro back "yard." It was trying to build a nest in the shorts, so when I went to take them in, nesting materials fell out. It seemed rather distressed by the loss of its nest, so I felt guilty and bought a birdhouse (not a proper wren house, more of a generic one). This year, the same or a new wren finally took interest in the house and with its mate started building a nest inside. They're quite fast, and I'm not a good wildlife photographer (and I buy the Fuji XE series for the small size, not the "fast" AF system, the XT series would be better for that), so getting them in focus is a bother, but here's a few of the current occupants:

    Fuji-X-E3-DSCF6349-20200322 by Drew Saunders, on Flickr

    Fuji-X-E3-DSCF6352-20200322 by Drew Saunders, on Flickr

    And, finally, even the wren has a statement to make about politics!
    Fuji-X-E3-DSCF6370-20200322 by Drew Saunders, on Flickr
    https://www.flickr.com/photos/drew_saunders/

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    Yesterdays view from a window.
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    From earlier this year when the light is "just so".
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    Bernice

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    Re: Quarantine Pictures Any Format

    Quick scans from this winter negs :



    Minolta 35mm Handmade Meniscus Lens
    Ilford HP5 HC110

    Best
    Igor.

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    Minolta 35mm. Handmade Meniscus Lens
    Ilford HP5 HC110

    Best
    Igor.

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    plaine-de-jeux-03_25_20web by Mathieu Bauwens, sur Flickr

    empty playground
    Covid-19 confinment
    18th of March 2020

    Kodak 2D 8x10
    Bergger pancro
    HC110/B
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    plantations1-25_03_20web by Mathieu Bauwens, sur Flickr

    Rolleiflex Automat
    TriX / HC110B

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    Re: Quarantine Pictures Any Format

    Quote Originally Posted by jp View Post
    Maybe those vacuum tubes will keep you warm!


    Ash Point Preserve; a short walk from my house. I left work early and went for a hike. My family is out of school and they get to go on walks every week day, but usually without me and I'm jealous of that. I'm determined to do a better job at figuring out how to photograph the spring season in B&W. It's a tough challenge since I like fall and winter so much, but I want to make the most of every season.

    Birch Point Beach state park; also a short walk from my house:

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    This is something of an iconic image for Canadians. There were a whole series of these by several Group of Seven painters in the early to mid 20th century, the most famous by Tom Thomson but yours reminds me of this one by AJ Casson:

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    A Sense of National Identity

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