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N plus M, T, V, X, and Z (still have P, S, Y and U to find)    This is the Waibadu steel truss bridge, built in 1856,  that spans Suzhou Creek in the foreign concession in Shanghai near The Bund (promenade along the Huangpu River). According to Wikipedia, it is the first all-steel bridge, and the only surviving example of a camelback truss bridge, in China.      At night the bridge is lit up and the colours change from red to green to cyan to magenta.  I had my camera on a tripod and took a photo of each colour phase and pasted them together in Photoshop, blending the two colours where they joined in the middle of the bridge.  The trusses could be used for a number of alphabet letters, but the more prominent are 'X's 'V's, 'M's and 'N's.  The large gold-coloured building in the background is the Broadway Mansions Hotel, where I stayed while I was in Shanghai.    Next week I'll be posting the rest of my photos from Burma, with some interesting portraits.    20/04/14 www.allenfotowild.com
Letter N - Portion of the sculpture 'Begob' by Alexander Liberman  Judy's Letter Shape Challenge Week #14  (April 20, 2014)    DP110-2014  Posted April 20 (Easter Sunday); created April 19 from a shot taken April 9.  I decided to have my random walk through the alphabet in this challenge intersect the more orderly journey most of you are on at a couple of points, one near the middle, and again at the very end.  So today, for the first time, I'm in synch with most of the rest of you.    Once again I stupidly didn't compose my shot when I took it with enough extra to allow for a square crop.  I tried two versions for the presentation as an overall square, starting with a portrait format shape of image.  For this one, the original proportions of the sculpture were preserved and the frame was made wider to compensate.  For the other (seen here:  http://smu.gs/1lmRJDG), I distorted the image to a square, and then added a conventional frame.  I preferred the verisimilitude of the undistorted image.  Others might prefer the esthetics of the more perfect symmetry of the distorted image.  Pictures of the entire sculpture can be seen here:  http://arctangent.smugmug.com/Art/Alexander-Liberman/Begob-Painted-Steel-Sculpture/26658822_qjC7Pd      Title:   Egad!  There's an N in 'Begob' Afterall    See the source image for this N here:  http://smu.gs/1mohpPO  My evolving gallery of Letter Shape Challenge entries is here:  http://arctangent.smugmug.com/Themes/Alphabet-Sets/Letter-Shape-Dailies-Set/36108770_45rkxw
Happy Easter!
20th April 2014 - Purple and Green
Alphabet challenge  N  with and X for good measure!
This is a V Public art at the Pike Place Market
April 21. Found this letter "N" while browsing at an antique shop yesterday.
Happy Easter to you all...Hope your day is wonderful!!
04-20-2014 "Fancy N"  I found several plain letters for "N" but decided to look for something else.  This is a shot of the dining room chairs at my sisters.  I hope all of you see the "n" as I do!    Looking forward to viewing all the letters today.  Your comments and critiques are always welcome and appreciated.  Happy Easter to those who celebrate the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ.   Donna
April 20, 2014  Here's my submission for the alphabet challenge.  This is my "N"  Bill's addition to his workshop has been a wealth of alphabet shapes.  This "N" was not a set up, it was photographed as I found it.  The workshop is much further along today than it was in this photo.  I'll post some "finished" photos soon.  I'm loving this challenge, difficult though it has been.  I would like to thank Judy (fotoeffects) for creating it, as it has stretched me in my hunt for Letters, that aren't letters.    Last Saturday, I broached the subject of another challenge and put forth some ideas (from others).  I didn't get any comments, so I suppose that means that we aren't close enough to the end of this challenge or (like me) everyone is too busy to think about it.  Nevertheless, I mention it again to try to get the creative juices flowing.  I'd like to start talking about a new challenge in the next several weeks.  Have a 'T-Square" sort of day my friends.  And most of all, have a blessed Easter with family and friends.  Linda http://lgood.smugmug.com
Mallard duckling - near Olympia, Wa. Taken in 2011.
04-20-2014 - Shaped Like an "N"  Abstract from a Handrail Support
HAPPY EASTER!!!!!!   I took these shots at the little community party for the kids in our little park. DJ music, hot dogs, prizes,face painting, and all got an Easter bag!!  I used  Pic monkey chicks and eggs to decorate , and it was warm out!!! YAY!!!   Ham dinner !!!!  20/04/2014
My (n ) A Jet Fuel line at sand island tank farm, Honolulu, Hawaii 4.20.2014
19.04.14 - Meet "Major"  This is from yesterday filming for "Tell Them of Us". When William Crowder, played here by Adam Fielding, was conscripted into the army for WW1 he joined the Lincolnshire Yeomanry. This was a mounted Home Guard unit so we had to find a horse to film him with. Meet "Major", 17 hands of handsome horse!
N plus M, T, V, X, and Z (still have P, S, Y and U to find)

This is the Waibadu steel truss bridge, built in 1856, that spans Suzhou Creek in the foreign concession in Shanghai near The Bund (promenade along the Huangpu River). According to Wikipedia, it is the first all-steel bridge, and the only surviving example of a camelback truss bridge, in China.

At night the bridge is lit up and the colours change from red to green to cyan to magenta. I had my camera on a tripod and took a photo of each colour phase and pasted them together in Photoshop, blending the two colours where they joined in the middle of the bridge. The trusses could be used for a number of alphabet letters, but the more prominent are 'X's 'V's, 'M's and 'N's. The large gold-coloured building in the background is the Broadway Mansions Hotel, where I stayed while I was in Shanghai.

Next week I'll be posting the rest of my photos from Burma, with some interesting portraits.

20/04/14 http://www.allenfotowild.com

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N plus M, T, V, X, and Z (still have P, S, Y and U to find)    This is the Waibadu steel truss bridge, built in 1856,  that spans Suzhou Creek in the foreign concession in Shanghai near The Bund (promenade along the Huangpu River). According to Wikipedia, it is the first all-steel bridge, and the only surviving example of a camelback truss bridge, in China.      At night the bridge is lit up and the colours change from red to green to cyan to magenta.  I had my camera on a tripod and took a photo of each colour phase and pasted them together in Photoshop, blending the two colours where they joined in the middle of the bridge.  The trusses could be used for a number of alphabet letters, but the more prominent are 'X's 'V's, 'M's and 'N's.  The large gold-coloured building in the background is the Broadway Mansions Hotel, where I stayed while I was in Shanghai.    Next week I'll be posting the rest of my photos from Burma, with some interesting portraits.    20/04/14 www.allenfotowild.com
N plus M, T, V, X, and Z (still have P, S, Y and U to find)

This is the Waibadu steel truss bridge, built in 1856, that spans Suzhou Creek in the foreign concession in Shanghai near The Bund (promenade along the Huangpu River). According to Wikipedia, it is the first all-steel bridge, and the only surviving example of a camelback truss bridge, in China.

At night the bridge is lit up and the colours change from red to green to cyan to magenta. I had my camera on a tripod and took a photo of each colour phase and pasted them together in Photoshop, blending the two colours where they joined in the middle of the bridge. The trusses could be used for a number of alphabet letters, but the more prominent are 'X's 'V's, 'M's and 'N's. The large gold-coloured building in the background is the Broadway Mansions Hotel, where I stayed while I was in Shanghai.

Next week I'll be posting the rest of my photos from Burma, with some interesting portraits.

20/04/14 http://www.allenfotowild.com

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