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Judging doesn’t preclude posting. And as I’ve said before you should declare yourself winner only if that is clearly the ‘fairest and best’ decision.

Otherwise, why should we miss out on images like this?? Brilliant!

Initially my bushfire-weary* eye saw ‘brown vegetation’ and ‘wisp’ and thought ‘smoke’.

*Visible - ie I can see the billowing smoke - more days than not of the last 28. None have been life or home threatening to humans. But as usual with decent-sized bushfires, people see more snakes in their gardens, more roos get hit on the road. And other sad thoughts. (Like many local people, I’m getting a bit twitchy. Roll on first rains).
:( All these fires are so sad to me... sending ❤️
 

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Vietnamese prawn salad. Hipstamatic Foodie Pak

Did you make this? RoseCat do we still have our members’ recipes thread? :D
We sure do!

 

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This round of MobiColour ranged from the reserved minimalism of rizole's "Transparent water," sinnerjohn's paleolithic "Looking for my mojo," and RoseCat's untitled stripes to the brash maximalism of Geek1956's "All the fun of the fair," sinnerjohn's "Portugal 19," and lkbside's "Yesterday morning at Taos."

First goes to RoseCat's stripes, with its red/green/blue additive primary colors on a lone pole in the middle of an empty, muted expanse, a beautiful capture.

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Second goes to rizole's "Transparent water," not only because it's about as close to monochrome as you can get while still being in color but also because the pattern is fascinating when isolated like this, even though waterdrops on a car is something we see again and again and again.

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Third goes to lkbside's "Yesterday morning at Taos," which not only catches the red/yellow/blue subtractive primaries but also captures the sheer gorgeous brightness of a clear day in the snow.

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Honorable mention to the versatile sinnerjohn, who bridged the gap from minimal to maximal with "Looking for my mojo" on one end and "Portugal 19" on the other (both of which made the short list).

Special mention for rizole's shoulder cat because I can't get my cat to do that.
Wow...thank you Ted!! This was really unexpected. :notworthy: So glad you like this, and honored to be included with rizole Riz and lkbside Leslie - congrats to you both!! :D High five to HM sinnerjohn John!
 

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I can't get her not to do it. You sometimes have to physically take her off your self 4 or 5 times before she'll accept that you don't want her on you and then she's very grumpy that you don't want to be her heated cushion. Shes just done it again.
I. LOVE. HER.
I can’t get my Finnegan to even sit on my lap! Although he’s huge, so probably a good thing. :lol:
 

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because the pattern is fascinating when isolated like this, even though waterdrops on a car is something we see again and again and again.
Agree, I ❤️ this image!
 

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This round of MobiColour ranged from the reserved minimalism of rizole's "Transparent water," sinnerjohn's paleolithic "Looking for my mojo," and RoseCat's untitled stripes to the brash maximalism of Geek1956's "All the fun of the fair," sinnerjohn's "Portugal 19," and lkbside's "Yesterday morning at Taos."

First goes to RoseCat's stripes, with its red/green/blue additive primary colors on a lone pole in the middle of an empty, muted expanse, a beautiful capture.

4bcf2f22-7cf7-4ecf-aa2e-e429473714d8-jpeg.163844


Second goes to rizole's "Transparent water," not only because it's about as close to monochrome as you can get while still being in color but also because the pattern is fascinating when isolated like this, even though waterdrops on a car is something we see again and again and again.

20210112_121041-01-01-jpeg.163737


Third goes to lkbside's "Yesterday morning at Taos," which not only catches the red/yellow/blue subtractive primaries but also captures the sheer gorgeous brightness of a clear day in the snow.

35a2e62d-f9d7-45e8-91cf-5ae912bad2ab-jpeg.164035


Honorable mention to the versatile sinnerjohn, who bridged the gap from minimal to maximal with "Looking for my mojo" on one end and "Portugal 19" on the other (both of which made the short list).

Special mention for rizole's shoulder cat because I can't get my cat to do that.
Thanks Ted ! Have to admit that I didn’t see the primary color theme when I shot it. Congrats RoseCat rizole sinnerjohn
 

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Thanks Ted ! Have to admit that I didn’t see the primary color theme when I shot it. Congrats RoseCat rizole sinnerjohn
I know what you mean. But I had a friend, a psych professor and painter, who believed that we actually do see these things, even if we are not conscious of seeing them at the time. I've been skeptical of that idea, although the more I learn about the way the eye and brain "construct" what we see, the more plausible it seems. I'm still not entirely convinced, but I believe we at least deserve some credit for recognizing such things once we've taken the picture. :D
 

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I know what you mean. But I had a friend, a psych professor and painter, who believed that we actually do see these things, even if we are not conscious of seeing them at the time. I've been skeptical of that idea, although the more I learn about the way the eye and brain "construct" what we see, the more plausible it seems. I'm still not entirely convinced, but I believe we at least deserve some credit for recognizing such things once we've taken the picture. :D
Interesting. I do think I must “see” some things subconsciously as I have taken many photos seemingly randomly where after the fact there is something there that I didn’t notice at the time.
 
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