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Friday Flickr Forum: December 22, 2006

It's everyone's favourite day of the week, Flickr Friday!

1. Laundry on Ossington [TTV] by tdl
2. Ice, Ice Baby by dave_in_t_o
3. Brickworks 14 by billyd2
4. Passing By by Metrix Feet
5. Hope In The Heart Of Darkness by dzgnboy
6. Yorkville is a dangerous place by Sophuda
7. Snake on a Hand by bigdaddyhame
8. DVP by mxi
9. A Sign of Aging by dave_in_t_o

Jerold has kicked off our Forum series over the last two weeks, and we've loved the great comments and added info our selected artists have shared with everyone.

I'm going to kick things off with a few questions of my own. Of course, we're always curious about the standard info:

Where/when was it taken?
Is there a story within or about your photograph?

Beyond that, I'd like to ask...

tdl & dzgnboy: you've both have an interesting look to your photos. How where they produced?

billyd2: would you care to share some info about your HDR technique?

dave_in_t_o: I almost accidentally selected 3 of your photos! I had to cut it down to 2. I'd love to hear about what inspires you. What type of shots do you strive for?

Curious about anything else? Ask away artists and art appreciators!

We've had some phenomenal submissions lately. To be honest, you're all making it quite difficult for us to choose our picks every week, but we can deal with that, so keep them coming!


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