Misc Photos for 11-18-2012

As of late I’ve found myself rather uninspired.  At least part of this is late-season ennui but I also have come to feel that my “art” is rather unfocused.  (No pun intended.)  While other photographers tend to specialize, I just photograph absolutely anything from random people to found objects.  My camera has been accumulating photos for the past couple weeks that I haven’t bothered to upload.  Today I have a bit to show for the time that’s passed.

#1: Someone can probably tell me what this odd-looking bird is.

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#2: I like the colors and lines here. The bird itself is of no great note but it does leave a trail in its environment.

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#3: I spent a fair amount of time the other day trying to get action shots of ducks on the water. My eventual assessment was that I needed a longer lens. At 270mm I can just barely squeeze out a reasonable level of detail.

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#4: Some shots I just love the romantic aspects of a road vanishing into the distance.

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#5: In the category of odd found-objects, I give you this child’s toy long trapped in a retention pond.

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#6: Similar to #4, I like the irony of a No Trespassing sign overrun by nature.

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#7: In the city where I live there’s a 106th street and there’s a forgotten “Old 106th” street. The homes on Old 106th street seem to have been trapped in a timewarp since the traffic on them has declined substantially. One features this ancient flag and gate.

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#8: Not far from #7, it seems that a house has moved and birds now make their homes in this forgotten mailbox.

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#9: Some photos you just take because they seem artsy.

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#10: After the trip down Old 106th street I came home and played with some macro shots.

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#11: And took apart an old computer. Here are the pins for an old Pentium processor.

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#12: The heatsink on the processor on an older video card.

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#13: The internals of some HP hardware. No comment on the countries of origin.

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#14: I also took apart an old hard drive. A very chiaroscuro experience.

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#15: Oops. Sure hope I didn’t void the warranty.

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Anyway, such is the two weeks or so since the last post.

8 comments

  1. #1 looks like an American Coot. We have a flock of them that overwinter here in Cookeville, TN at Cane Creek Park. They have the most peculiar feet, green and kind of scaly like a prehistoric reptile.
    At first glance I thought #5 was a real car. Nice find!

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