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04-15-2014 - Diamonds in the Sky is actually a Shade Support between Buildings.          Link to Photo Without Frame      Thank You for Making this Daily Photo  the #1 Pick on 04-15-2014
2013-08-22. Portrait. He was walking around at the festival last Friday and I thought he would make an interesting portrait so I asked and he gave me permission to take his picture. Afterwords, I thanked him and he said it happens all the time. Location: St. John's, Cincinnati, OH    Thank you for your kind comments on my skipper photo yesterday!
 5th year Pic 156 - 15-Apr-2014.   Lavani dance  - Republic day parade, Mumbai    Lavani is a combination of traditional song and dance performed to the beats of Dholki, a percussion instrument. Lavani is noted for its powerful rhythm and has contributed substantially to the development of Marathi folk theatre. The songs are sung in a quick tempo and mainly performed by ladies wearing nine-yard long saris, there are also men that dance in support with the lead dancer.  ADDED: Rick, I've kept the bottom part as it contains the shadows of the two dancers which I feel adds a nice element.  Terry, I tried complete B&W but looked drab with more emphasis on the shadows, taking away the attention from colourful costumes.     More Lavani info  Critiques welcome!   It was interesting to note the varied observations on the composition and an honour to see my pic at #4 place! Thank you all!
Edge of Yant Flat is a steep, deadly drop-off into Cottonwood Wash below.
4-19-14
1-16: Thursday morning we woke up to thick fog again. It lasted till about noon. I was able to go out on my lunch break and take some shots along the river right after the fog lifted. The fog had frozen to the tree branches and bushes. I was able to get some shots before it all melted.
4/19/14 - Gazania daisy; I thought the angled leaves in the bg set off the vivid colors of the gazania daisy very nicely.  Thanks for your comments on my b/w shot of the agave in bud.  Much appreciated.  The internet access is pretty sporadic here but I think I got around to most of the postings...hope so, anyway!  I surely enjoyed looking at your fantastic shots!
Throttlebot Camaro      Link to Photo Without Frame    Thank You for Making this Daily Photo  the #3 Pick on 03-06-2014
 5th year Pic 153 - 12-Apr-2014.   LOOK THERE! He is taking your photo! - Worli Koliwada, Mumbai         Worli Koliwada info     Critiques welcome!     It was an honour to share #1 place with Terry on 12th April. Thank you all!
 5th year Pic 158 - 17-Apr-2014.   Am off!   -     This was shot during my trip to Turkey  (processed now!), when we were approcahing Istanbul and was shot with Olyumpus E-P3.     I am off tomorrow to Ahmdabad for the weekend. It's a work / leisure trip and Anika's first visit to her cousin's house! Am giong to be busy so there'll be no commenting  or posting till I erturn on Wednesday. Take care!    Critiques welcome!
April 17.  I'm constantly chasing the squirrels away from my bird feeders and sometimes you just have to take their picture.
Can you figure it out?    DP107-2014  Posted April 17; processed ditto    Even at highest zoom in Photoshop I can't see any connection between the two small tilted icicles and the roof line.  Yet all the icicles in the shot were stationary when I took it.  Unless there was a temporary point of fusion between the larger of the 'floating' icicles and the large one it seems to intersect with, I don't see what was supporting it.  I've cropped the relevant section of the top portion of the icicles, enlarged it, and posted it here (http://smu.gs/1l61uGl) to make it easier to see what is going on.  I tried adding that as an inset to this shot, but it disfigured it so, covering up too much of the scene, that I decided to make it a separate post in my 'Icicle Mania' gallery.    Taken April 16, 2014  (Title:  No Visible Means of Support)    Many thanks to those of you who found my late posts of the past few days and left comments.  Much appreciated.
4/16/2014 ~ Cracked, Smashed and Peeling  Old doors in a 1940's service station, near Floresville, Texas. Cool details in the largest size.   Thank you for the wonderful comments on yesterday's shot of the Indian Blanket flower!
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