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06/27/2007 01:01:53 AM · #1
Sea (not land)Challenge Details: Show us your best seascape shot from a coastal area. Open water should be the prominent feature in your image. Such land as is shown should be "framing" or "anchoring" the water.

Land (not sea)Challenge Details: Show us your best landscape shot from an inland area. No oceans or giant lakes for this one.

So where do waterfalls fit in?
06/27/2007 01:03:56 AM · #2
In the monthly Free Study? :))))
06/27/2007 01:05:24 AM · #3
Waterfalls would be a part of the Landscape if they're inland and don't fall into the sea or a giant lake.
06/27/2007 01:06:27 AM · #4
Sweet! I am heading to the beach! :)
06/27/2007 01:07:35 AM · #5
Ha that's it....

Not sure if I'm gonna enter any of those in that but I want to go back and apply some of my newly learned stuff so I thought hey its gotta fit one of these challenges... But maybe not.
06/27/2007 01:18:03 AM · #6
Originally posted by jdannels:

Sweet! I am heading to the beach! :)

If you're heading to the beach, then I'm headin' inland! : )
06/27/2007 01:23:18 AM · #7
hey where are the ribbon hogs going? I need to know so I can go the other way.
06/27/2007 01:52:53 AM · #8
I leave on a Carribean cruise on Saturday. :)

I might just have to cough up the cash for an hour at their Internet cafe because I have a feeling I might just get a good seascape!
06/27/2007 01:59:42 AM · #9
Where do cows fit it? ;~p
06/27/2007 02:01:30 AM · #10
Originally posted by levyj413:

I leave on a Carribean cruise on Saturday. :)

I might just have to cough up the cash for an hour at their Internet cafe because I have a feeling I might just get a good seascape!

I'd take a laptop if you have one and get everything done on that. Save photos, clear the card and save your finished version on the card or burn it since the computer may not have USB, but will likely have a cd drive. I have found on vacations, any computer around is slow. Enjoy your trip!
06/27/2007 02:04:45 AM · #11
Originally posted by Jutilda:

Where do cows fit it? ;~p


The cow-flap. They won't fit in the cat-flap.

(Which reminds me that my uncle made a cat-flap and a dog-flap in the same door...)
06/27/2007 02:06:29 AM · #12
ha ha ha ha

Moooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo
06/27/2007 02:19:41 AM · #13
Why could this not have been week 1 of the playoffs? :)

Looks like I'm gonna have to fill the car up with gas this weekend...
06/27/2007 02:30:50 AM · #14
Originally posted by jdannels:

Originally posted by levyj413:

I leave on a Carribean cruise on Saturday. :)

I might just have to cough up the cash for an hour at their Internet cafe because I have a feeling I might just get a good seascape!

I'd take a laptop if you have one and get everything done on that. Save photos, clear the card and save your finished version on the card or burn it since the computer may not have USB, but will likely have a cd drive. I have found on vacations, any computer around is slow. Enjoy your trip!


Yup! Also, just discovered there's wi-fi in the room. :)
06/27/2007 02:34:20 AM · #15
Arrrghhhh..... Sea... open sea.... land only anchoring the shot....
I live 5 minutes from the ocean. Easy challenge, right?
WRONGGGG! Our part of the island is tucked down into the curve of the Olympic Peninsula, so we look across 20 miles of ocean to some foreign country.
Hmmm.... maybe I could nuke it to get it out of the shot? ;)
06/27/2007 02:45:09 AM · #16
Most seascapes will have a sun in them, could be an advantage. I'm surrounded by water here, and land is all taken!

Message edited by author 2007-06-27 02:45:38.
06/27/2007 02:45:14 AM · #17
i cant wait to see people complaint about DNMC because there's more land than water in the sea challenge, or because there's more sea than land in the land challenge :P dpc is a wonderful place!
06/27/2007 03:35:35 AM · #18
This is a bit unfair on those of us in the North of England. Most of our land is presently submerged under a large expanse of water.
06/27/2007 06:26:23 AM · #19
Originally posted by thelobster:

This is a bit unfair on those of us in the North of England. Most of our land is presently submerged under a large expanse of water.

you got lakes or ponds in north England. guess you don't live close to lake winnipesaukee
06/27/2007 06:31:24 AM · #20
Originally posted by Pug-H:

Waterfalls would be a part of the Landscape if they're inland and don't fall into the sea or a giant lake.

How about Nagaria Fall? the two sides cand be the anchor for the water.
I think water fall can be both!
06/27/2007 06:43:33 AM · #21
Originally posted by whiterook:

Originally posted by thelobster:

This is a bit unfair on those of us in the North of England. Most of our land is presently submerged under a large expanse of water.

you got lakes or ponds in north England. guess you don't live close to lake winnipesaukee


I think he means North England as the country of England, not New England. But then again, I could be wrong :p

Rich
06/27/2007 07:16:20 AM · #22
Originally posted by Hot_Pixel:

Originally posted by whiterook:

Originally posted by thelobster:

This is a bit unfair on those of us in the North of England. Most of our land is presently submerged under a large expanse of water.

you got lakes or ponds in north England. guess you don't live close to lake winnipesaukee


I think he means North England as the country of England, not New England. But then again, I could be wrong :p

Rich


Yes, following 48 hours of solid rain, Lincolnshire and Yorkshire have suffered the worst flooding for many, many years. Several people have drowned, tens of thousands of properties have been affected, and travel has been a bit of a nightmare.
06/27/2007 07:21:32 AM · #23
Why does one say "member" and the other say "Open?" Shouldn't they both be "Open?"
06/27/2007 07:24:30 AM · #24
I just filled the car and took a drive over to the beach on Lake Huron....yesterday!
06/27/2007 07:26:58 AM · #25
Yep I meant England the country. The streets next to us are under 3 feet of water !! I thought about going out taking flood shots but in this area there is no dramatic stuff or rescues - just people who have lost their homes and belongings, and somehow it didn't seem right.
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