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 on: Today at 04:27:11 PM 
Started by stamper - Last post by sdwilsonsct
It's the kind of photos that makes me want to stay out longer in the cold.


The complex sky at the top competes a bit with all that's happening near the horizon IMO.

 on: Today at 04:24:15 PM 
Started by Chairman Bill - Last post by sdwilsonsct
Great work, Bill.

 on: Today at 04:21:52 PM 
Started by claws - Last post by claws
My first post since joining LuLa. This is my first image since downloading LRCC and PSCC yesterday. The bird on the roof vent of my neighbor's house is backlit by this morning's sky just before daybreak.

Thanks for looking.

 on: Today at 04:15:16 PM 
Started by Paulo Bizarro - Last post by Telecaster
I'd say this: whatever the circumstances of the Brexit vote and the possibly arguable validity of the result, the May government has made the political calculation that maintaining "traditionally English" (which is to say, white) cultural hegemony in England is worth whatever economic hit they'll have to take. Maybe even worth the breakup of the UK itself, should that come to pass. I simply don't take anyone seriously who claims the Leave vote was driven by economic issues.


 on: Today at 04:10:14 PM 
Started by PeterAit - Last post by RSL
Don't remember where I read this, but somebody said: "When I die I want to be buried in Chicago. I'd like to stay politically active."

 on: Today at 04:08:54 PM 
Started by PeterAit - Last post by RSL
Very pungent, Bill.

I'll say! Pheeeww!

 on: Today at 04:06:46 PM 
Started by David Eckels - Last post by RSL
Hi David,

Took me a while, possibly because I tend to back away from photographic landscapes (even though I sometimes do them myself), but I like it. I just ended fifty years of looking at mountains. There even was a time when I looked at mountains in Arizona. I lived a year in Buckeye in 1938 and early 39, and my parents had a long history with Arizona. I've driven through the Mingus Mountains on more than one occasion -- including back in the forties, when the road was narrow and hairy.

This is a special way of looking at mountains -- obviously not real, but able to give a striking impression. I think I like it. But I also have to tell you that I've never been turned on by Alain's landscapes, so there's that to consider. Can't come up with a bravo for this one, but I can come up with "good imagining."

 on: Today at 03:44:16 PM 
Started by Paulo Bizarro - Last post by Rob C
Two bads don't make a good, Slobodan. It's not mathematics, you know, it's more important.

It was a mess from the moment it was conceived, a throwaway gesture that went wrong. It lost us some good politicos with vision, but then, those sorts are pretty much doomed in this day and age of constant warfare disguised as national politics, where what you do to the country doesn't matter, what matters is getting into power. You seem to be even more advanced into that on your side of the pond, but I'm only going by tv... maybe nobody, anywhere, has the slightest idea what's what, and by the time that they do know what's what it will be too late (as Saul has reportedly said).


 on: Today at 03:38:36 PM 
Started by hasselbladfan - Last post by Telecaster

Oooh, this one is a gem! Well seen, Allen.  :D


 on: Today at 03:38:35 PM 
Started by Paulo Bizarro - Last post by MarkJohnson
Chris, I hope that at least in some measure you're right.

Slobodan - interesting facts from your side. Election outcomes can indeed turn on very small numbers, although there is a view that a really major and very far reaching proposed constitutional change, such as 'Brexit', ought to have an even clearer majority in favour, from an even greater turnout (should it actually be put to a popular referendum).

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