Photo: "Rundle Lantern" - South Australia
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This is a small section of a high tech animated display, located on two sides of a multi-storey car park. The car park is located on the corner of two busy city streets. Both sides of the car park are covered with square metal tiles. Each metal tile is tilted outward at the top be a few degrees, whilst at the bottom of each tile are coloured LEDs. Therefore, each metal tile acts as a single "coloured pixel" of the large rectangular, multi-storey, animated display. Anyone can submit their own animation for potential display, via the dedicated website. A simulator can also be downloaded to test your animation. Who woodu thunk it !! :))
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#2012Project52  (WK#16, Technology)
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Photo: "Celebrity Kitchen Ornament" - South Australia
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My kitchen was already featured in a previous submission, so I had to think of something a bit different. This image started out as a macro, but shifted to a 300mm shot (to get the image compression). A bit of fiddling with the kitchen ornaments was required to get the eyeballs looking in the correct direction, as well as DOF blurring. Anyone who watched southpark, should know the chef character - "Hello there, children" was one of his catch lines. He looks surprised at being photographed :))
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#2012Project52 (WK#17, The Kitchen)
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Photo: "SymmeTree" - South Australia
I couldn't help myself :))
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#2012Project52 (WK#18, Symmetry)
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Photo: "Parting Thought" - South Australia
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Spent the later part of Saturday afternoon walking around the botanical gardens in the local hills area. On the way home, decided to visit the local lookout, but first a bite to eat at the adjacent cafe. Before leaving the cafe, the weather started to turn bad. Temperature became really cool. Grey and foreboding clouds settled over the normally scenic view. The distant city and ocean were looking very murky, and I couldn’t see the setting sun. I setup my camera on a tripod, and noticed that the air was filled with moisture. I stared at the distant clouds and tried to estimate where the horizon might be. Light rain, so I took cover, and re-emerged a short time later (using paper towels to dry off my camera). I was feeling lonely, as everyone else had retreated from the cold and wet. Would I ever see the sun again? Luckily, the clouds on the hill parted and I captured the resultant sight on my digital sensor. And then just as quickly, the clouds recombined, putting an end to anymore photo opportunities for the evening. The last photo I took, is the one in this image. :))
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#2012Project52 (WK#19, Sky & Clouds),
#10000PhotographersAroundTheWorld, #AllThingsRed , #AllThingsOrange ,
#BreakfastClub, #FreshPics , #hqsppromotion , #LandscapePhotography ,
#PixelWorld, #PlusPhotoExtract , #SunsetSaturday , #WeatherAndNaturalForces 
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Photo: "Contrasts" - South Australia
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My partner likes this image, and its Mother's Day here in OZ, so what else can I say :))
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#2012Project52 (WK#20, Contrasting Colours),
#10000PhotographersAroundTheWorld, #AllThingsRed , #AllThingsOrange ,
#BreakfastClub, #FreshPics , #hqsppromotion , #LandscapePhotography ,
#PixelWorld, #PlusPhotoExtract , #SunsetSaturday , #WeatherAndNaturalForces 
As always, best viewed LARGE. Please feel free to +1, comment, or share :))
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Phillip Cocks
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"SymmeTree" - South Australia
I couldn't help myself :))
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#2012Project52 (WK#18, Symmetry)
As always, best viewed LARGE. Please feel free to +1, comment, or share :))
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