Happily capturing moments in life.
Great shots for this theme. Enjoy seeing what others have done with it.
Thank you Susipet. 🙂
Fabulous photos for this challenge!
Thank you very much for your kind comment. 🙂
Too kind Rabrius, thank you.
Thank you very kindly.
These are fabulous twists! The wine-drinking agrees with your photography.
🙂 It helps. Thank you kindly.
Love these shots… the jets… are fabulous. I love Air Shows so I am partial to this photo. However, the last one… is that metal sheeting on the beach! WOW! What an eye!
Thank you. The last one is a slow shutter of a friend who does fire spinning. Hopefully I will get him back down to the beach when the nights start to draw in.
Stunning twisty images!
Your pictures are incredible!
Thank you, I just had a quick look at your images too, stunning. I shall be having a longer look soon. 🙂
Beautiful shots, Jo. I really like the b&w clouds and the planes!
Thank you for your kind comment Stefano, appreciated from such a wonderful photographer as yourself. 🙂
What great shots for the theme. I like the cloud shot done in black and white.
Thank you very kindly indeed.
Thank you so much.
Oh, every next photo complements the previous one in such a harmonious way. Very good execution, thumbs up!
Bless you, thank you for your kind comment.
2nd and 4th ones are my favs, what did you do post processing (if anything) to get those effects.
Hi, not so much in the post processing. These were both slow shutter speed shots that get that soft flowing look.
Cool, they look amazing.
Perfect photos for this challenge. Thank you for sharing.
Thank you so much for viewing and taking the time to comment.
Wow, the fire spinning and air show shots are amazing!
Thank you, I am hoping that as the nights draw in a little more we can do some more fire spinning shots as I know a little more about my camera these days.
Some of those I reeeeeeally wish I’d taken myself~! Imagination and talent … I like that!
Thank you Argus that to me is actually the highest compliment that anybody could pay me. That is why we share our photographs. I feel exactly the same about lots of photographs that I have seen on here and elsewhere that has made me think I need to know how to do that. So I look forward to seeing your take on them and will of course have a look at your blog. 🙂
Great shots! I really like the 4th one down, is that the ‘fire spinning’? I thought it was smoke til I read some of the comments.
Hi Jill, yes that was fire spinning, long shutter speed on that one to get the soft flowing motion. Thank you for your lovely comment. 🙂
thanks, I’ve never really tried the slow shutter speed. Mostly cause I hate to carry around anything but a point and shoot. Don’t want to deal with a tripod, etc. I see it helps a lot tho. Your photos turned out really nice.
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