January PUG is up

Patrick Nelson patrick at tripleone.co.za
Sat Jan 18 02:35:00 EST 2020

Thanks to all for the positive comments on my picture. I liked Matthew's 
Lightning shot and Paul's fog.



On 1/10/2020 1:45 AM, ann sanfedele wrote:
> Thanks, Ken!  I didn't have to go far to shoot that scene - literally, 
> in front of my building's front door - before I ducked back in...
> Ralf - becareful what you wish for :-)  and thanks for you other guys 
> that liked  the shot , Dan, Stan (?;-)) et. al if I missed someone.
> Most of the other shots in the gallery were of storms that were very 
> appealing.. as opposed to being "glad I missed that storm" provoking.
> PJ and Dan made me wish I were  where they took theirs at that 
> moment.  But Patrick made me wish his shot was mine more than others.
> Beautiful but ominous at the same time.
> QUestion for Matt about the lightening shot.. was that a combo of two 
> exposures IN CAMERA? were you shooting rapid fire with the camera
> on a tripod in the same spot?  The Weather Channel folk tell us that 
> there are more lighting strikes in Florida than any other location in 
> the USA..
> at least I think that is what i remember them saying.  Hope you were 
> inside a building and shooting through a window
> anyway - This was a really lovely gallery altogether.
> ann
> On 1/9/2020 12:00 PM, Ken Waller wrote:
>> Having grown up in a densely populated city, I can appreciate Ann’s 
>> “City Snow” image having been through numerous blizzards that 
>> produced the same scenes in my town. Well seen and captured Ann.
>> -----Original Message-----
>>> From: Ralf R Radermacher <fotoralf at gmx.de>
>>> Subject: Re: January PUG is up
>>> My favourites, in no particular order: P.J.'s Ice Storm, Daniel's 
>>> Spring
>>> Snow Storm, Paul's Fog (though there's usually either storm or fog), 
>>> and
>>> Annsan's City Snow, mainly because we haven't had any decent snow here
>>> in almost a decade.
>>> All the rest are great as well, of course.
>>> Ralf
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