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    Monthly Theme for November is Wet

    The theme for November is Wet.

    Water has been used in themes and challenges in the past but I thought I would extend this to cover any liquid at all to give you all more scope for your creativity. I anticipate that water will predominant but wait to be surprised.

    The basics :

    This is not a competition, it's purely for fun.
    All photos should be your own and be taken within the month of the chosen theme.
    You can post as many photos as you wish.
    Comments on submitted photos are welcome.
    Please include the exif details (these may be helpful to other members).
    All entries to be shot with a Canon EOS camera i.e. SLR / DSLR / M & R series.
    The chosen theme, should be as inclusive as possible.


    I look forward to seeing your entries!

    Ian
    Ian

    Flickr page https://www.flickr.com/photos/154026104@N07

    #2
    At this time of year I get lots of moss rolling off my roof.

    IMG_4810 copy.jpg
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      #3
      There's a significant change in colour in posting this photo. Any advice on how to stop that?

      Bob
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        #4
        Is your monitor calibrated could be that what you see is different to the actual photograph
        Alex

        EOS 5D Mk 1V EOS 7D Mk ii Lenses EFS 18-55mm EFS 55-250mm EF 50mm 24-105mm Sigma EX 70-200 Sigma 150-600c

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          #5
          Originally posted by 2Beers View Post
          Is your monitor calibrated could be that what you see is different to the actual photograph
          I've been thinking about this as I do calibrate my monitor, but as I'm viewing the photo on the same calibrated monitor both before and after it's been posted on the forum, doesn't that imply that posting in some way changes it?
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            #6
            Are you using direct upload to the forum as most use flickr to upload to the forum
            Alex

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              #7
              Taken on site of a flour mill from the 1890's, all that is left is a waterfall.
              Gary Cantwell LSINWP. ASINWP.

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                #8
                IMG_9835_1_1.JPG Whistling thorn.

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                  #9
                  Nice shot Gary
                  Ian

                  Flickr page https://www.flickr.com/photos/154026104@N07

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                    #10
                    That’s different Doug, what’s a whistling thorn?
                    Ian

                    Flickr page https://www.flickr.com/photos/154026104@N07

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                      #11
                      While on the seafront the other day I took some pics of the undertow from the waves generating long dual lines of the sand. Thought it would be interesting to turn it into a monochrome pic. What does any one think?

                      EOR_4707 blue ripples by Ian, on Flickr

                      Ian
                      Ian

                      Flickr page https://www.flickr.com/photos/154026104@N07

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                        #12
                        It's lovely. The lighting is wonderful.

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                          #13
                          I like that
                          Trev

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                            #14
                            It works for me, very nice Ian
                            Gary Cantwell LSINWP. ASINWP.

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                              #15
                              Originally posted by Farider View Post
                              That’s different Doug, what’s a whistling thorn?
                              It's a species of Acacia, found on the plains. As the wind blows through the branches it whistles.

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