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Old 2011-09-19, 11:32 PM   #46
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Patmoore, I love your second picture with the townscape and reflection.
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Old 2011-09-21, 03:14 AM   #47
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Haven't posted on here for a long time. I've been doing a lot of photography lately, not as much unicycling, unfortunately... Not enough time in the day.
But here's some of my stuff:






You can check out some more of my photos and some of my videos here: jspurling.com

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Old 2011-09-26, 12:06 AM   #48
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Old 2011-09-30, 02:15 PM   #49
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Old 2011-09-30, 07:37 PM   #50
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Patmoore, I love your second picture with the townscape and reflection.
Thank you. I shot it in Amsterdam about a year ago. DPNow.com designated it as Picture of the Day one day last December.



Here's one I just shot at a car show.

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Old 2011-10-03, 12:07 AM   #51
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Okay, I'm trying an experiment. I put together a video slideshow of some of my photos and sketches. Sorry - only one shot of a unicyclist.

Let me know what you think.

http://pat-moore.artistwebsites.com/
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Old 2011-10-08, 06:15 AM   #52
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Taken in Melbourne, Bourke Street Mall.
Kids were watching some live statues.

I'm not normally game to photograph peoples kids even though it's legal, but this time everyone was distracted

Quite happy with it.




And my favourite from my trip to Melbourne Zoo.


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Old 2011-10-09, 09:12 PM   #53
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Old 2011-10-10, 08:32 AM   #54
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Here are some of mine I just shot from around my area not as good as some of the ones I have seen in this thread, but I try.
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Love that bird with the wave right in the middle of breaking. and the landscape is really well done. Good job.
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Today I went to our x-ray lab as part of my high school work study. I took this x-ray of my 4th generation iPod Touch.
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Skate park that needs a unicyclist

scene from Cambridge, New Zealand, between the first set of trees and the second flows NZ's longest river at 340 m3/sec (mean flow).
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Old 2011-10-26, 02:36 AM   #58
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I went to share this pic with some people in wind energy and my intro kind of rambled on into a string of prose, which was better than finishing an expense report. I realize a picture is worth a thousand words, but I like them together

The Windmill

The windmill blades still turned as it made the quaint, winsome song of an agricultural relic that has been battered by the elements: The sun, wind, snow and rains. Yet defiantly remains to spin, to sing and face another day undaunted by a fate the winds of change may bring. I'm glad I was there to see this scene, to hear the song of a lifeless thing and tell my friends about the tune that played across that verdant dune upon a windy day in June.

The hands of time can not be staid, for beating heart or spinning blade. Still the prayers of faith, and trust, whether claimed in death or felled by rust, together both will mingle in the dust. Silent then the clink and clang of forgotten songs the wind once brang as it swept across the rolling plain until no mark or trace remains of singing blades or iron frames. A fate we all will share the same. Quiet then all hearts and names, until the earth our form reclaims. Gentle rain will wash away all remnants of the human stain.

The hands of time may not be staid, but Earth remembers when children played as Sun beamed through the void of space and longed to touch each laughing face while Wind would dance and swirl and sing. The Elements rejoiced to find, so beautiful a thing. Then last of all to learn of Death and feel that bitter sting. Rapacious Death to claim the joy of even lifeless things. The elements bereft of means to slake those tender pangs of sunny days when children sang that echo on in sweet refrain untouched by time and driving rain.

Though often hard and ringed in strife I’m thankful for this chance called life. I’m glad we lived to touch and talk and stood on this collective rock hurtling through space and dark. Turning in an endless arc while contemplating each remark about our life and dreams. Surrounded by this whirling scene until the end of human beings, except in memories that haunt the void and soul of vacant spinning things.
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Old 2011-10-30, 06:58 PM   #59
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Old 2011-10-30, 07:28 PM   #60
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This might fit in this thread...

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