Wednesday, June 26, 2013

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A couple weeks ago I put my Lensbaby on my camera and spent the day getting reacquainted. I went for a nice bicycle ride and got a handful of photos that I really enjoyed, this being one of them.

I'm linking up this photo with Cari's Theme Thursday this week! I'm very much looking forward to seeing the selection of black & white photos over there.

16 comments:

  1. Oh, that shot is frame-able! I love it.

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  2. Oooh. It is so interesting. The lines, the blur, the angles. Well done.

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  3. I like that shot. It totally looks like it should be in a collection of "photos from the 50's" or something like that. Super neat.

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  4. What is a Lensbaby? I love this picture so much that now I'm going to go Google "Lensbaby" and see if I can take shots like this.

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    1. Oh a Lensbaby is a fun, relatively cheap lens that results in photos similar to what you would get with a toy camera. I've got the muse (http://lensbaby.com/lenses-muse) which is highly entertaining with its squeeze-to-focus mechanism. My favorite part about it is that it teaches me how to be more artsy with my photos. I'd definitely recommend it!

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    2. Ha ha that sounds like that "mattababy" joke.

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  5. Looks like the clothespins are dancing. love it.

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  6. I want a clothesline like this so bad! I hate using the dryer in summertime because it makes the house so hot. Lovely photo.

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  7. I want to frame and put in my laundry room Awesome.

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  8. Ooh, that is awesome. I love photos that make you look more closely at the usual! (And you're making me drool - I so want a clothesline. I'm making do with a rod hanging above the bathtub and a small drying rack on the balcony, LOL!)

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  9. How cool! I wish I had a clothesline in the back yard.

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  10. I love this so much. I wish I had something else clever to say about it, but I just love it.

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  11. Really stunning. The lines criss-crossing and continuing off-screen combined with the depth of field that makes it look almost 3D. Such simple, everyday things transformed. They look like birds or some fantastical acrobats.

    Christie @ Everything to Someone

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