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Arches & Light

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Fort Pulaski Savannah, Georgia April, 2018 I've decided to give Flickr a shot. So far I've spent a thoroughly frustrating afternoon putting up a banner and an avatar. How freakin' difficult can they make these things? Following the instructions is ridiculous. Click your "Buddy" button, choose "Select," then click next to your Buddy thingie where it says "Edit." Does it actually say EDIT anywhere? F**K NO! Can I delete any of the images I tried to use as a banner that didn't work out? No. I have eight pictures in my "private" file that i don't want there. If something doesn't work out, shouldn't I be able to delete it? I put up a banner image that was reeeeeally long and thin. That didn't work. The top of the image was at the bottom, and the bottom was at the top. Cute. Heads go ABOVE feet. I put up the image I made for Mike the other day, thinking it would be nice to have mountains. I can show you the water, but not the mountains. It won't scroll UP. I don't have to use these, but I can't delete them. Sheesh! So I have one picture on Flickr, in addition to my banner and my avatar. It's this one, so there's no point in you going to look at it, but if you want to see what I've got so far, I'm Auntie TK over there. Fortunately, the yelling and screaming won't show up. :P Thanks for listening. Oh yeah ... the Topaz filter on this is buzsim.

Comments (16)


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LivingPixels

5:17PM | Sat, 26 May 2018

It's a great find and an excellent shot Tara I have never tried Flickr I think I may give it a miss sounds kinda complicated my friend

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RodS

5:29PM | Sat, 26 May 2018

This is just magnificent, Tara! No loss of detail in either the light areas or shadows - outstanding!

I think I tried Flickr some time ago.... didn't care for it at all. Sounds like a real PITA to work with. I'm concentrating on Adobe Stock and Shutterstock - and I really need to put a lot more stuff up in both places.

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bmac62

5:34PM | Sat, 26 May 2018

Ooooh, I'll have to find some photo to try buzsim on. I really like this. The depth, the light, the shadows all show up in such an atmospheric way. So, Fort Jefferson next year?

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bakapo

7:36PM | Sat, 26 May 2018

this is a wonderful photo, the lighting is excellent. Flickr can be confusing.

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kgb224

10:59PM | Sat, 26 May 2018

Superb capture Tara. I will follow you at Flickr God bless.

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beachzz

12:58AM | Sun, 27 May 2018

Your Flickr story is so familiar, but then you KNOW how things work for me!!! I think I might have an account there, but haven't looked in ages. Anyway, back to things I understand----your foto is so, so beautiful!! You have that way with light and shadows and it calls me. Another beautiful shot!!

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Wolfenshire

3:26AM | Sun, 27 May 2018

I've never been to flicker, can't help you. My idea of organized photos is tossing them in a shoebox.

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anahata.c

6:35AM | Sun, 27 May 2018

I'll check you out on flickr. I know a number of our RR friends are there. I used to be a member, but let it lapse...(hey, if you leave rr forever, I'll have to go into seclusion and become a hermit). I imagine people coming here the first time have to learn the ropes too. Anyway, I wish you all the best with it, and hope you get new fans...that's always a big boon!

This is splendid. Love the deep flesh-peach hues, and the deep shadows, even where there is light. Love the contrast of deep shaded arches with lighter ones. And the sense of succession (of arches). And the decay---yet your filter flattens a lot of the surfaces, so the decay seems even more unusual (it stands out). You did a great job on this, where the cannon is all black, like a mysterious beast from another age---which is what it is. Terrific work, Tara.

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durleybeachbum

9:04AM | Sun, 27 May 2018

A glorious evocative image, and the colours make me want to eat it...such a nuisance this Synesthesia !

The banner business at Flickr has always been the trickiest part. and I've never heard of the buddy button...

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helanker

11:03AM | Sun, 27 May 2018

Such a wonderful arch shot. Love it and the deep brown colors add to this beautiful place.

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X-PaX

11:46AM | Sun, 27 May 2018

Very nice capture Tara.

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moochagoo

2:46PM | Sun, 27 May 2018

bmac said all 😀

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junge1

6:37PM | Tue, 29 May 2018

Whatever you tried it looks fabulous Tara. Don't get frustrated and keep on trying, you will figure it out lol!

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SunriseGirl

11:46PM | Tue, 29 May 2018

Just look at this lovely image and breath. Everything will be fine. And thank you for the warning. At this point I do not even have a camera other than a poor quality phone camera. I have not posted in a long time and I barely comment because I try not to spend too much time here when I should study, but I still look and like and save favs. If I ever get a camera again I will stay away from flickr.

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wysiwig

9:57AM | Wed, 30 May 2018

Outstanding image. And with a certain symbolism too. All bright colors and light and then the weapon of war, the caisson, is in the shadows. Almost mournful.

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Faemike55

3:07PM | Sun, 03 June 2018

Great capture and postwork


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MakeCanon
ModelCanon EOS 70D
Shutter Speed1/3200
ISO Speed2000
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