APRIL THEME – Warm

Forums Monthly Theme APRIL THEME – Warm

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  • #9326
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    Peter Robinson
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    The theme for April now closed.

    The theme for May 2015 is

    Interiors

    Post your images as replies to this post. (Make sure you’ve read the Guidelines first.)

    We all have access to an interior, not just a building but anything with an exterior. So let your mind boggle and see what you can come up with.

    Remember – only post photos taken between 1 May and 31 May 2015
    #9366
    Profile photo of Ian McNab
    Ian McNab
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    Click on the photo to view large on black background

    #9369
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    meg cumming
    Participant

    Nice Mac to see the warmth in this image. Capturing just the right moment.

    #9371
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    wbaxter
    Participant

    Warm Drink

    Warm Drink small

    #9373
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    Anonymous

     GETTING WARMER BY THE DAY.

    #9375
    Profile photo of Peter Robinson
    Peter Robinson
    Keymaster

    It’s interesting to see three different types of warmth illustrated. Ian’s warm smile captures an emotion. Wallace gone for a welcome hot drink and a warm colour while Ken’ s red flower displays the effect of the warm sun. I’ll post something soon.

    #9378
    Profile photo of Peter Robinson
    Peter Robinson
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    One from me to start me off. Do you think I could claim  a hatrick with this effort. That is a warm smile, warm colours and a warm blue sky? Worth a try.

    #9379
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    Anonymous

    Nice one Peter–that babies hair is about 5000 Kelvin (LOL)

    #9380
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    Ian McNab
    Keymaster

    Good warm drink and warm red flowers from Wallace and Ken respectively.

    And that dancer’s colour scheme was nearer hot than warm, wasn’t it Peter? I particularly like the warm applause in the bottom right corner!

    #9381
    Profile photo of Peter Robinson
    Peter Robinson
    Keymaster

    Thanks for your comments guys. I missed that one Ian. Can I claim an extra like?

    #9382
    Profile photo of Ian McNab
    Ian McNab
    Keymaster

    Indeed, yes, Peter – score +1 ! 😉

    #9392
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    Peter Robinson
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    Doesn’t a nice warm sunny day give you that feel good factor? I took these on the way to work this morning and they clearly show the effect of a warm weekend.

    How do you think they could have been improved?

    #9403
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    ajroyle
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    I think you’ve captured just what you saw there Peter, but then you are very capable of doing that. I like the shadows in the cherry (?) blossom pictures and the simple palette; blue, pink, red.

    I like the dew (it may be guttation!). The second daff shot could do with having the whole of the bottom flower in.

    Dew and guttation, what is he on about? Dew is a meteorological thing, basically condensation, guttation is the exhudation of water from inside the plant due to it taking up more water than it is losing.

    What a good touch the hands are in your last dancing shot, and the way you’ve caught the dancers makes us concentrate on the girl and all that lovely red. Great!

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    #9410
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    Peter Robinson
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    Thanks John. I agree with your advice about the flowers. They were taken in a bit of a rush on the way to work, but I can go back and try again! The more you look the more you see.

    #9416
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    Anonymous

    WARM–what is warm.???Its a good question. Which takes me back so many moons B.P.C. (before PC) Training for my London City and Guilds 151 -Advanced Catering—the dour old lecturer explaining the yeast goods had to prove in the proving oven at a “Warm” temperature. Putting our hands in the oven with vague expressions -he scowled –warm–90 degrees—more vague looks—blood temperature he scowled—-still more blank faces–he slowly walked over –scowling–the same temperature as your girl friends thighs–ah look of relief on everyones faces–now we understand.You mean Warm.

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