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Love your fish photos! I thought they were great subjects, but tried and failed to be able to photograph them back in the days of ASA 400 and acquarium glass always causing glare when the high speed and grainy film still demanded flash use. Time to give the digital camera a try, I think.PS, hope your dental visit went well!
Capricorns always covet Pisces---and the Pisceian sense of imagination.I hope those fish aren't dead, like those pictures of the dead birds. Nevermind the strategic placement of the dead birds, coming right on the heals of the proclamation/ultimatum about leaving the University if ever forced to choose between it---and blogging.Don't think that was lost on anybody.Peace, Maxine
...And givin' me masculine urgins....
"The sun must be over the yardarm somewhere.""Shaken, not sturgeons."
Was that a dental visit to an oral sturgeon, then?
Crowdsourcing and the future of photography: The impact of an army of talented amateur photographers (like Ann), photo sharing sites like Flickr and "microstock" agencies like iStockphoto that sell images for as little as a dollar apiece. The photo biz will never be the same.
MM: Yeah, a lot of us photographers are more interested in the credit as a good photographer than a small fee. The advertising is worth more than the pay.
Ruth Anne: Funny, I love that video. Referred to it in a class once. Actually, those stugeon were in an open tank and we were repeatedly encouraged to touch them!
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