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2005-08-03 8:01:11 PM  
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This Weeks Theme: Textures

Description:
Pictures that exhibit things that are rough, smooth, furry, rippled, ridged, grainy, bumpy, prickly, etc.

Thanks to JacksBlack for this week's theme.
 
2005-08-03 8:02:10 PM  
Taken with Zenit XP 35mm camera. A Kopil screwmount bellows with a Japanese made Sears 135mm lense. Picture is clickable for larger image. POPS



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2005-08-03 8:02:16 PM  
Thanks idle_hands, I'm getting my pics ready now. Yippeee!! :)
 
2005-08-03 8:02:18 PM  
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Hairy.

Enjoy your dinner.
 
2005-08-03 8:02:56 PM  
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2005-08-03 8:03:27 PM  
Taken with Zenit XP 35mm camera. A Kopil screwmount bellows with a FED Jupiter 8 55mm lense and adaptor bushing (39mm to 42mm). Picture is clickable for larger image. POPS



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2005-08-03 8:03:51 PM  
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2005-08-03 8:04:00 PM  
2005-08-03 08:02:18 PM Curry and beer

good lord, man! a pox upon your house!
 
2005-08-03 8:04:05 PM  
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A handmade Chekoslovakian (I probably didn't spell that right) plaque my mother got from someone a long time ago
 
2005-08-03 8:04:21 PM  
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Bark
 
2005-08-03 8:04:30 PM  
curry and beer

I'd gouge out my eyes, but I reeeeeeaaallly don't want that to be the last thing I see.
 
2005-08-03 8:05:08 PM  
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/2 of 3
 
2005-08-03 8:05:25 PM  
Now with voting goodness.
Mods/Admins, please delete previous


Taken with Zenit XP 35mm camera. A Kopil screwmount bellows with a FED Jupiter 8 55mm lense and adaptor bushing (39mm to 42mm). Picture is clickable for larger image. POPS



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2005-08-03 8:05:50 PM  
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Snow
 
2005-08-03 8:06:00 PM  
my wee little dog Corey

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/3 of 3
 
2005-08-03 8:07:02 PM  
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Bricks
 
2005-08-03 8:07:14 PM  
 
2005-08-03 8:07:28 PM  
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What the heck, here's my other kitty too.

/thanks imageshack
 
2005-08-03 8:08:09 PM  
Martian Rock - Now with Voting

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Modifications: Resized from original
Camera: Nikon Coolpix 8800
 
2005-08-03 8:08:11 PM  

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No photoshop; just developed 16-year old film from Burlington, VT

 
2005-08-03 8:09:24 PM  
Stare: Now with Voting

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Modifications: Cropped
Camera: Nikon Coolpix 8800
 
2005-08-03 8:10:29 PM  
firebringer
You should have named him "Chewy" :)
 
2005-08-03 8:12:09 PM  
Logomancer,
I did exactly the same thing after my mom found a ziplock with a bag of film from my photog days in high school. (About 14 years after high school.)
 
2005-08-03 8:13:50 PM  

 
2005-08-03 8:14:02 PM  
 
2005-08-03 8:14:25 PM  
 
2005-08-03 8:15:12 PM  
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2005-08-03 8:15:36 PM  
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Mods: Cropped from giant size pic
Camera: Canon Powershot G5

/caught it during batting practice at wrigley
 
2005-08-03 8:15:55 PM  
vicejay:

How'd they come out? Did you wind up with that craquelarish type effect?

Got any you wanna share with the rest of the class?
 
2005-08-03 8:18:09 PM  
 
2005-08-03 8:18:11 PM  
Bumpy.

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Now with voting. Mods, please delete previous, thank you.
 
2005-08-03 8:20:47 PM  
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Smooth as I can think of.
 
2005-08-03 8:21:04 PM  

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Blue Ridge Mountains, NC

 
2005-08-03 8:21:27 PM  
Shiny, bumpy.

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Please click, should be viewed at full size.
 
2005-08-03 8:21:40 PM  
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What better texture than my baby's nose
 
2005-08-03 8:21:51 PM  
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creamy
 
2005-08-03 8:23:23 PM  
taken with a Nikon 5400

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2005-08-03 8:24:56 PM  
my pleasure CuddleButt it was a snap....hehe...

ewww... Curry and beer good one!

love the bark Snug Tight!
 
2005-08-03 8:25:12 PM  
2005-08-03 08:05:25 PM stupido

what is that? or do I not want to know?
 
2005-08-03 8:25:46 PM  
naskar258:

Awesome shot. Fair or foul?

Not to threadjack or anything, but can someone put up the html code to create an image in a new window (for larger images)?
 
2005-08-03 8:27:57 PM  
Logomancer
The rolls were in a ziplock in a deep freeze all that time, so the film survived quite good.
It was amazing to view all the printed pics.. accessed a real cross-section of memories I hadn't visited in a while.
 
2005-08-03 8:28:24 PM  
soosh

which one?
1. zip-zap (micro) car
2. a fragment of walnut bread is this the one?
3. Bart Simpson's doll head, aerial view
 
2005-08-03 8:28:51 PM  
idle_hands

Thanks. Once again, great shots everybody.
 
2005-08-03 8:29:43 PM  

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swimming pool with reflected umbrellas

 
2005-08-03 8:30:41 PM  
Logomancer

<a href="URL of image"target="new"><img src="URL of image"</a>
 
2005-08-03 8:30:55 PM  
Doh: solved html problem w/o realizing it.

Soosh:

Sweet shot of the lake ice. Did you code your site yourself?
 
2005-08-03 8:31:59 PM  
a fragment of walnut bread

ah, ok. looks kinda like the stuff that's come out of my nose after a few days in the desert.
 
2005-08-03 8:33:12 PM  
Soosh:

Sweet shot of the lake ice. Did you code your site yourself?


nope. it's a gallery called Coppermine. available at sourceforge.net
 
2005-08-03 8:33:30 PM  
 
2005-08-03 8:33:31 PM  
Ok, after spending far too long searching for photos that fit this theme I have a couple I've decided to enter.

1 of 2

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Canon 10D with Sigma 24-70 f2.8
 
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