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Recent Works by robo_geek: (full gallery)

Angry Clouds by robo_geek, photography->city gallery Who is that figure you see? by robo_geek, photography->skies gallery Dreaming of being an Airplane? by robo_geek, photography->butterflies gallery
Angry Clouds Who is that figure you see? Dreaming of being an Airplane?


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01/04/10 5:34 AM GMT
Thanks for the comment on my photo "Not Quite Hollywood." Glad you liked it. Welcome to Caedes!!
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01/19/10 5:39 PM GMT
Thanks much appreciated your comments.
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01/23/10 4:31 AM GMT
Thanks so much for commenting on Frozen in Time. I appreciate it. Welcome to Caedes.
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For the wages of sin is death; but the gift of God is eternal life throught Jesus Christ out Lord. -Romans 6:23
01/23/10 9:28 AM GMT
Thank you kindly for those suggestions to It's a bit wet .. I did shoot quite a few here at different compositions!...even one with the building and tree prominent!....

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* Owing to the deterioration in my hands, I find that I cannot comment as much as I should..But please know...I do look at all your posts!..and will leave my 'moniker' >OB< when I do so!...Thank you all * OwdBob'sGallery
01/23/10 6:27 PM GMT
Thanks for your extremely kind comment on my "Dragon Skys", and your Idea of the B&W conversion. A totally interesting concept I never even contimplated. I truly do enjoy B&W Images and photography. 40 odd years ago, it was my ONLY median in my photography.

I just converted the original 1600 X 1200 rendered Image to B&W and was really startled to see how truly interesting it was!

I have some other "Dragon Land" images in my gallery. I think I'll convert a couple of those to look at the effect. Thanks for the Idea. I will post the B&W conversion in the original 1600 X 1200 render, so you can see the actual size of the lake and the difference a Crop makes. Again, thanks for your input and welcome to Caedes!!

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02/19/10 1:32 PM GMT
Broken Logs in Petrified Forest N.P" was kinda long winded filled with science so I didn't think too many people would get through it. Expect a quiz tomorrow to test your knowledge about Pet Logs ... smile

Glad you enjoyed it!
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02/23/10 12:01 AM GMT
Thanks for the comment on 3...TWO...1

I never thought about your multiple personalities idea!
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02/24/10 9:34 PM GMT
Thank you so much for your comment on "Dietary Chains"! I appreciate it. Take care :)
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"Wisdom and penetration are the fruit of experience, not the lessons of retirement and leisure. Great necessities call out great virtues." -Abigail Adams
03/15/10 8:25 PM GMT
Thank you for your comments on Mostly Cloudy.
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03/24/10 11:47 PM GMT
* "Almost" * It was so co-operative I let it go outside after the photo shoot. I have to admit though, I swatted the other nine that sneaked into the house that day. Thanks for the complements.
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