September PUG is up

Igor PDML-StR pdmlstr at
Wed Sep 9 17:11:31 EDT 2020

Christine, no worries, I won't tell the goat she was called a camel. :-)

Dan, I had a bunch of fish-eye shots of different animals, - those remind 
me of the caricature portraits drawn by street artists (in many tourist 
places around the world).
(This time, I am indicating the animals, just in case. :-) )


  Christine Aguila Mon, 07 Sep 2020 20:47:19 -0700 wrote:

> LOL! Well, next time I’ll double check for the hump!  Course that goat 
> to the left, should have been a clue!  Cheers, Christine

  Daniel J. Matyola Tue, 08 Sep 2020 06:24:08 -0700 wrote:

> I love the camel shot as well!

On Mon, 7 Sep 2020, Igor PDML-StR wrote:

> Brian,
> Thank you, as always for putting it together, and for keeping it going!
> Thank you, Rick, Christine and Dan for the kind words!
> Dan, I am glad you liked the humor!
> I was thinking about that photo for a while, but the start of the school year 
> was helping my procrastination in not finding the old hard drive that 
> contained this photo. I've finally found it the very last night before Brian 
> closed the submission.
> Christine, I just wanted to mention that it was a goat, unlike
> the camel in this photo (from a different place, but taken with the same
> fish-eye lens):
> Cheers,
> Igor
> Christine Aguila Sat, 05 Sep 2020 01:10:26 -0700 wrote:
>> That’s a great group of shots!  I especially like Ralf’s and it was great 
>> to end with the fish eye of the camel poking his nose through the fence! 
>> Nicely done everyone!  Cheers, Christine
> Daniel J. Matyola Fri, 04 Sep 2020 06:43:22 -0700 wrote:
>> Igor's "Through the Iron Curtain" is a lovely image filled with humor,
>> including the title.  The fisheye works quite well here.

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