Published: Thu, 14 Jan 2010 06:44:20 -0800
Last Build Date: Thu, 14 Jan 2010 06:44:20 -0800
Thu, 14 Jan 2010 06:44:20 -0800
PhotoComiX posted a reply:
1 pro account expired
2 image replaced by a corrected copy,
flickr allow pro users to replace images but then change link and the old get broken
that is no immediately evident (because for a while old image remain in cache )..you will notice only visiting a group, noticing your image gone
Wed, 13 Jan 2010 16:29:30 -0800
Camerons Personal Page posted a reply:
Why do people delete their posts?
Tue, 15 Sep 2009 14:27:29 -0700
rainbowdropz17 posted a reply:
they're very artistic and weird in a good way. kinda abstract photography, liked it!
Sat, 04 Jul 2009 16:01:43 -0700
gjarvi posted a reply:
I realize you posted these awhile ago, but here is my two cents as a newbie to this group. They are all quite good! Your last one is exquisite. I would consider your titles. Sometimes a title can take away from the impact of the image. For me, the last one does not need a title.
Wed, 30 Jul 2008 14:18:16 -0700
R∂ƒ∂ Mør∂ posted a reply:
All were taken with a Canon EOS Digital Rebel XTi
"Kingdom of Heaven"
"Angel in the darkness praying to Heaven for his death"
"Falling to the Freedom"
"Heaven in flames"
"You smile like an Angel"
Wed, 30 Jul 2008 14:17:59 -0700
R∂ƒ∂ Mør∂ posted a new topic:
I'm not a pro member so I can't add my photos to more than 10 groups but I want to show you my "Like painting" photos.
Comments are welcome ;)
Sat, 07 Jan 2006 12:47:04 -0800
asloveus posted a new topic:
join this guys if you like sephia toned colors photos..
the group will be so lucky to have you there
have a nice day
Mon, 07 Nov 2005 05:30:31 -0800
Charissa May Borroff posted a new topic:
Why are trees and branches so similar in shape to the structure of blood vessels, lightening bolts and water tributaries?
I’m not first to observe this and love to find how other people relate to this observation. In one of Mandelbrot's Books the Fractal Geometry of Nature (1983) he points out such observations;
Jonathan Swift, 1733, Verse based on works about the idea of recursive self similarity by philosopher Leibniz:
So, Nat'ralists observe, a Flea
Hath smaller Fleas that on him prey,
And these have smaller fleas to bit 'em,
And so proceed ad infinitum.
Lewis Richardson, 1922. A mathematician studying weather prediction, turbulence and the chaotic condition of liquids and gases:
Big whorls have little whorls,
Which feed on their velocity;
And little whorls have lesser whorls,
And so on to viscosity. -
Fractal Structures which reoccur in very different places in different scales, around the world, in living things and outer space are so similar, it must be the language of our universe at least.
Our imagination and our planet is the largest part of our universe that we can easily explore directly. Maybe we can learn perhaps something about the nature of life and growth by studying the relationships of shapes In nature, computers and our imagination. By observing how natural processes create very beautiful Structures.By mimicking and echoing Fractal elements in paintings, drawings, prints, digital arts and often focussing also on these naturally occurring wonders through photography.
This is a public group
Wed, 07 Sep 2005 15:49:47 -0700
gholmes posted a new topic:
That's all I have to say, except viewing others' work inspires me somtimes. Or at least wakes me up to what's around me more.