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hwyhobo

Discussion in 'Through-the-Lens Club' started by MrsKitty, Apr 23, 2008.

  1. MrsKitty

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    >^..^<
    :wavey:

    I just looked through you pbase and I can't find the shot of the black bird who looked like he was going to jump off the roof. Can you post him again? I was telling somebody about him. :)

    Thanks!
     

  2. MrsKitty

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    Thanks! He liked him, too. I knew he would. :supergrin:
     
  3. hwyhobo

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    I take it you both have rather moody personalities? ;)
     
  4. pt945

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    WOW hobo just looked at your galleries outstanding!!!!

    great black and white outstanding eye
     
  5. hwyhobo

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    In that case, especially for your moods, misskitty5077, here is something on the opposite side of the spectrum:

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  6. MrsKitty

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    Oh wow. I really love that! I wouldn't have guessed horses. First thing I thought of is people picking flowers. :)

    Incredibly Monet-ish (to me anyway, lol). Monet is one of my favorites. I even painted my bedroom to match the colors in my favorite Monet although you can't see the walls very well for all the books and pics. :supergrin:
     
  7. hwyhobo

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    In that case, something else in a similar mood (we're working on cheering up misskitty5077): ;)

    [​IMG]
     
  8. c-mama

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    Tangled in my yarn...
  9. MrsKitty

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    How did I miss this? :dunno:

    All that needs is me, a loaf of bread and a flock of birds/geese :supergrin:
     
  10. hwyhobo

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    I guess ancient 3 MP cameras are still useful after all. ;)

    (I've upgraded last week to an ultra-modern pocket tiny thing I can carry with me everywhere... cost me an entire $160. :outtahere:)

    :)
     
  11. MrsKitty

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    I kinda want a small p-n-s but then I think that is $150-200 I can put toward a new lens...
     
  12. hwyhobo

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    Well, one day I am sure I will buy an SLR, when I can justify the expense. I don't like non-producing assets, so they must either be business-related or of insignificant cost if hobby-related. Since I do not think SLRs and good lenses will ever be of insignificant cost, then I just have to make more to change my internal scale. ;)
     
  13. MrsKitty

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    My hobby has paid for everything I have bought, several times over. :)

    I just wish I could bring the kind of income in all the time that I made this winter! Maybe I can someday soon... :)

    ETA: I started with digital and am also moving towards a lot of film. Since I was gifted almost all the darkroom equipment I need, my initial cost was not that bad to also shoot film. I have learned that if money were no object (and film could be processed as fast and easily as I can chimp, lol) I much prefer the old-school way instead of the new digital scene. Now, I am not saying that I don't love digital, just that film is much more satisfying for me in a physical hands-on way. On the other hand, my digital work is paying for the film stuff. :rofl: