Thursday, July 27, 2006

Dreading the spin cycle

Dreading the spin cycle, originally uploaded by Mr. Flibble.

gotta love the sense of humour. I'm assuming this was done with an empty washing machine that he could climb inside of, but who know :)

Wednesday, July 26, 2006

appreciating black stars on orange backgrounds 101

, originally uploaded by cageitfallsinto.

I don't often blog the same persons photos twice, especially in such close succession, but I really like the bright colours of this persons photos.

And its my blog so I can do what the hell I like :)

I'm still searching for the "appreciating black stars on orange backgrounds 101" course at my local college, but they don't seem to do it. :(

Friday, July 21, 2006


Rush, originally uploaded by suffe.

well composed, nice bright colors, cool motion blur... nice :)

Tuesday, July 11, 2006

Untitled by cageitfallsinto

, originally uploaded by cageitfallsinto.

Wow, I love the colours on this one, together with the striking angles and the shadow/light. Works on so many levels.


_ the light _

_ the light _, originally uploaded by nepenthes.

Very staged - but the light is wonderful.

Still can't tell if s/he is dead/asleep. Maybe they where waiting up all night to kill someone and fell asleep as dawn approached...

Friday, July 07, 2006

Birds on Sepia

Birds on Sepia, originally uploaded by Alexandre Duarte.

Does the fact that this photo has 'blown highlights' mean its not a good photo? Do all photos have to have perfect exposure to be liked?

Not a single save on this one; shame.

Thursday, July 06, 2006

der panther

der panther, originally uploaded by dekoekkoek.

"sorry its a great shot but i want to see a structure at her clothes"

what a crock of sh*t...


Tuesday, July 04, 2006


bounce, originally uploaded by maffyoo.

minimalist. abstract. simple.

Monday, July 03, 2006

Summer evening at Nash Point

just lovely...

Dust and wildebeast 1

Dust and wildebeast 1, originally uploaded by lince.

I'm off to Africa in September and this one reminded me of what I have to look forward to.

It is better viewed large.

Sally Always was an Independent Thinker

Been going through a B&W film phase, and this is the kind of result I really like.