FEBRUARY THEME: Outlines and shapes

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  • #8841
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    Ian McNab
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    The theme for January is now closed.

    The theme for February 2015 is

    Outlines and shapes

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

    Silhouettes, patterns, shadows in the mist, and lots, lots more – plenty of possible subjects for the theme this month. (And you don’t even need to go out in the cold!) Happy hunting!

     

    Remember – only post photos taken this month, between 1 Feb and 28 Feb 2015
    #8857
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    Anonymous

    PLEASE COULD YOU DIRECT ME TO THE NEXT LAMP POST???

    #8859
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    Peter Robinson
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    I like the humour, bnut the little guy’s left in the dark!

    #8860
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    Anonymous

    On the way to contre jour Peter to enhance the “outlines and shape”.

    #8871
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    Ian McNab
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    #8873
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    Ian McNab
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    #8897
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    Peter Robinson
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    They’re certainly oiutlines and shapes, but I find then a bit confusing. Then I’m easily confused!

    #8898
    Profile photo of Ian McNab
    Ian McNab
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    It was the sheer over-the-top profusion of the station that attracted me.

    #9008
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    Ian McNab
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    An exploration of the theme… (Works better as a series than as individual pictures?)

    #9012
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    Peter Robinson
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    Personally, I think they work better as individual images rather than a series as I can’t see anything that particularly connects them as a series.

    The first two are certainly all about shapes and form. I find the second more interesting as it has a repeated pattern of curved lines. I can see how the third one meets the criteria, but it doesn’t rally appeal to me. Sorry. The forth as some humour and asks the questions of who and why. Well spotted Ian. In the last one I like the way you positioned the mirrors on the cars’ roofs. Very clever.

    #9018
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    Anonymous

    One mans meat?????the third one I favour—chevrons–v-shapes–box chimneys-horizontal stairs-and a boxed cabin porch–what more do you want??? a shapely girl coming down stairs–No apologise I do not do PR (LOL)

    #9052
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    Peter Robinson
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    I called in at Crewe Hall today on my way home from work an took these photos of the same shapes from different angles and have presented them in different formats. It’s surprising how different the same subject can look from different view points within a few feet of each other.

    #9074
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    ajroyle
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    Phew! Chance to contribute because I’ve actually taken some pictures!

    This one is from the top of the Catalyst Museum in Runcorn. Shape of the “map” jigsaw, window struts and the Runcorn Bridge echo each other – sort of!!!

    Fujifilm 100S, touch of flash, 1/110 at f11 ISO 1000

    #9079
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    Peter Robinson
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    Plenty of shapes and outlines there John. I like the mulitple inverted Vs. How many can you see?

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