Discussion in 'Pictures From The Road' started by SurferLucas, Oct 6, 2016.
I think if you ever decided to take your best photos, make them into a portfolio and took them to some photography galleries, you would be pleasantly surprised at the outcome. You could at some point even have your own website featuring your photos, sell them on line and offer your services if you wanted to. There is nothing average about your photos. I have been interested in photography for most of my life. I have looked at/studied tens of thousands of photos and have the photographers that I always admired. So I like to think that I have some taste and discernment where images are concerned. Your photos are excellent and some of them are down right incredible. They have evolved, changed and improved over time. It's been wonderful to see your journey. Like I said, it's probably my favorite pleasure of this site - to come here, be astonished and revel in them. They are so bright, so graceful, so reflective and portray nature in her finest moments. We are fortunate that you share your images and your obvious talent with us.
I think @SurferLucas and @mikecweb should be setting up a gallery in Seattle with their stuff.
They're starting to turn in northern GA:
Would be neat to see their work on display in SeaTac. Local pilots, local scenery, locally grown organically sourced free range photography
Yes, they do look unusual & weird. Think of zinc chromate hand-rolled cigarettes still illegal in many places. Experience: Yes. Thing of beauty: Bluntly - No.
Kinda like seeing an A380.
Only if it's gmo and gluten free.
by Nick Lasure, on Flickr
Probably the last set for changing colour...
It's no longer autum back home, kinda bummed I missed the first snow.
A lot of those pictures would make great jigsaw pictures. Id buy one.
I know MSP does an employee art gallery every year in the C concourse. It'd be worth seeing is SEA does the same thing or if you could start one. These pictures would be an awesome foundation to get that going!
Fall in SoCal.
Is that near Crystal Cove?
Nope. Palos Verdes.
So...I lied...found this today...Salmon Bay Bridge in Seattle:
Got to stay at a cabin in Marshall, NC over the weekend with the fam. It was beautiful!! Sorry only phone pics..
She is obsessed with legos
Snapped this real quick, one of two nice days in Portland so far.
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