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04/29/2002 12:57:32 AM · #1
Originally posted by shortredneck:
I finally came up with a submission. It's sort of weird, but so am I. I don't think I'm going to get marked down for being a cliche. I can't wait till tomorrow too.

damn you :) I thought I was the only one to do that.

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Flirting with the Voter Baffelment Zone.
04/28/2002 11:57:14 PM · #2
Maybe I can photograph the ground and tell them I was trying to take a picture of china
04/28/2002 08:31:56 PM · #3
ive been waiting for a week. i took my picture last monday morning
04/28/2002 08:30:41 PM · #4
I finally came up with a submission. It's sort of weird, but so am I. I don't think I'm going to get marked down for being a cliche. I can't wait till tomorrow too.
04/28/2002 07:28:54 PM · #5
It's sure going to be fun tomorrow seeing who said what to who.
04/28/2002 12:52:59 PM · #6
Now I am begining to understand.
04/28/2002 12:39:14 PM · #7
So I take it clay, that your next submission will be the view up a rolled 20 into someone's nose? :o)
04/28/2002 11:45:50 AM · #8
its easiest to pay for cocaine with 20's. it cuts down on the amount of bills you have to carry, and it makes it so you usually dont have to get change from the dealer. thats in reference to 10 dollar bills and 50 dollar bills respectively. since most people are carrying around a wad of 20 dollar bills, its also easiest to just roll it and snort with the 20. of all the bills, any random $20 has the most cocaine present
04/28/2002 11:25:48 AM · #9
You lost me (as usual) after the second word.
04/28/2002 10:52:15 AM · #10
we suck cocaine off 20's
04/28/2002 10:32:38 AM · #11
Why does your family keep money in their mouths? Not selling you lot anything...
04/28/2002 10:06:50 AM · #12
a lot of the craftsman/snapon shit is made from where my family comes from. you took money out of their mouths on purpose
04/28/2002 10:05:01 AM · #13
Originally posted by clay:
i'd vote for elimating free will as well, if the webmasters are able to do so.

also, gordons crescent wrench is from sweden. that aint right


So what's wrong with Sweden then ? I didn't get the 'conform to these countries' list. I think we need the rules changed to include the banned sources information.



* This message has been edited by the author on 4/28/2002 10:06:39 AM.
04/28/2002 09:07:07 AM · #14
Magnetic, re your bubble shot - black background and flash from righthand side may well have got in top 3!
04/28/2002 08:38:51 AM · #15
here's another couple of throwaways ... i definitely liked the silver basket, but its so small, i just couldn't get low enough. (It's only about an inch and a half tall).

<img border=0 src="//inbox.mysteriousarts.net/cdcase_tiny.jpg]

<img border=0 src="//inbox.mysteriousarts.net/tinybasket.jpg]

Oh, and here's a throwaway from stop motion, while i'm cleaning out the cupboards ... : ) Nothing great, but I was surprised no one else did bubbles...

<img border=0 src="//inbox.mysteriousarts.net/bubble_mini.jpg]

* This message has been edited by the author on 4/28/2002 8:51:39 AM.
04/28/2002 08:30:15 AM · #16
i'd vote for elimating free will as well, if the webmasters are able to do so.

also, gordons crescent wrench is from sweden. that aint right
04/28/2002 08:12:16 AM · #17
i've suggested it before, and i'll suggest it again: I think that making a challenge topic really really specific can do a lot to eliminate the subjective quality and get a lot of people on the same field. i.e. if this challenge had been 'shoot a person from the ground up', or a 'building' or whatever. i hope that at some pt we try a very specific subject challenge.


Originally posted by jmsetzler:
I think I have chosen a 'cliche' shot for my submission into the "From the Ground Up" challenge. I shot a lot of photographs this week for this challenge (over 200 megabytes worth) and none of the novelty and 'unique' ideas that I executed seemed to have the impact that my current choice has. I actually expect to see photos similar to mine in this challenge. I actually hope that I do :)

Good luck!


04/27/2002 11:45:32 PM · #18
I think I have chosen a 'cliche' shot for my submission into the "From the Ground Up" challenge. I shot a lot of photographs this week for this challenge (over 200 megabytes worth) and none of the novelty and 'unique' ideas that I executed seemed to have the impact that my current choice has. I actually expect to see photos similar to mine in this challenge. I actually hope that I do :)

Good luck!
04/22/2002 05:46:26 PM · #19
Have ya seen the size of that sucker this time o month? NO WAY Gordon.
04/22/2002 05:26:55 PM · #20
Originally posted by David Ey:
Originally posted by eddy:
[i]I wonder how many up the skirt shots there will be :P just kidding.

i]

I can hardly wait.



btw - the moon is up David - certainly valid this time round...

04/22/2002 05:11:48 PM · #21
Originally posted by GordonMcGregor:
Originally posted by eddy:
[i]Well from the ground up there is only so much you can do. The end result is Up.


So that means you can include anything on the planet pretty much. It's amazing how small a thing can be and yet still fill the frame when you shoot from a low perspective.


Thank you. Some people need to be lead, kicking and screaming, away from their first thought which will likely always be many other persons first thoughts.
04/22/2002 05:09:29 PM · #22
Originally posted by GordonMcGregor:
[i]I think the cliche this week seems to be eggs, either poached, frying, scrambled or hatching...

Did you forget the yellow lights including the tiny one hidden in the tree?
04/22/2002 02:33:15 PM · #23
Originally posted by eddy:
[i]I wonder how many up the skirt shots there will be :P just kidding.

i]

I can hardly wait.
04/22/2002 02:31:35 PM · #24
Don't forget stoplights for transitions. . . . : P
04/22/2002 02:17:45 PM · #25
Gordon, what a great shot.

If this is a throwaway, I can't wait to see what you keep.

-Terry
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