October PUG is up
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Fri Oct 9 11:06:43 EDT 2020
Thanks for those kind words, Dan. Were you able for find a vintage
bottle of that beverage?
As usual, a great group of images. It's always interesting to see the
various interpretations of the monthly topic.
Brian, thanks again for your efforts in producing the PUG every month.
On 10/8/2020 8:24 AM, Daniel J. Matyola wrote:
> I agree with Ann. Lots of interesting and effective images in this month's
> gallery. Congratulations to all who participated, and once again, many
> thanks to Brian for his efforts and talents in putting it all together.
> I love the simplicity, geometry, and textures of Paul's "Ripples." I'll
> drink a toast <G> to that image!
> I am fascinated by the mystery, colors, and patterns of Darren's "Entropy
> and Rust." That image really holds the eye and the imagination.
> Either of the above could easily be the image of the month in a normal
> gallery, but we have Henk's "Natural Nanomaterial." That is the best image
> I have seen in quite a while. It would stand out in National Geographic or
> Audubon Magazine, or on any online collection. It has it all: color
> symmetry, texture, composition, mystery, and sheer beauty. Simply
> Dan Matyola
> On Wed, Oct 7, 2020 at 11:02 PM ann sanfedele <annsan at nyc.rr.com> wrote:
>> Lots to like indeed a good subject for us. .. but Henk's Natural
>> Nanomaterial really blew me away.. wow, so beautful!
>> On 10/7/2020 10:34 PM, Brian W wrote:
>>> G'day all
>>> Lots to like this month - hard to pick favourites - perhaps Reinhard's
>>> and Joe's 'Roofs of Urbino' by a small amount.
>>> View the October gallery here:
>>> (you may need to refresh your browser if you see the previous gallery
>>> Note: The automated submission process usually works well but it's not
>>> infallible. So, if you made a submission and you don't see it in the
>>> let me know.
>>> Next up: 'Straight Lines'.
>>> Full Submissions Guidelines here:
>>> You can submit here:
>>> Brian Walters
>>> Western Sydney Australia
>> ann sanfedele photography
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