Daily Archives: October 15, 2016

Full Moon, October 15, 2016 With Nikon P900.

by Anura Guruge


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Taken with a  Nikon P900.

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6 Samsung NX500 Images Of The Day — October 15, 2016.

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NO post-processing whatsoever.

Check here for resolution details.

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NOT The Picture Of The Day (Samsung NX500) III — October 15, 2016.

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Taken with a  Samsung NX500.

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NOT The Picture Of The Day (Samsung NX500) II — October 15, 2016.

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Taken with a  Samsung NX500.

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NOT The Picture Of The Day (Samsung NX500) I — October 15, 2016.

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Taken with a  Samsung NX500.

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Picture Of The Day (Samsung NX500) — October 15, 2016.

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Taken with a  Samsung NX500.

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Bob McNab Bids Farewell To “Annie and the Orphans” After 50+ Years.

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These pictures taken at “Sandwich Fair
on Monday, October 10, 2016.
Bob “Big Mac” McNab’s last Sandwich
after 28-years.

Attribution WILL be enforced.




Bob McNab from two other 2016 “Annie and the Orphans” concerts.

Alton, N.H., August 14, 2016.

Alton, N.H., August 14, 2016.


Wolfeboro, N.H., July 2, 2016.

Wolfeboro, N.H., July 2, 2016.


He will be sorely missed. Bassist par extraordinaire. This is the sad thing about bassist, including the great George Harrison: their greatness is that you never really notice them! But, as Anatole “Annie” Paquette always makes sure to remind us, it is the bassist, in this case Bob, that holds a group together. Was true with George and is true with Bob. I will miss him. REAL nice guy, not that they are NOT all nice guys. But hopefully I will see him around. Maybe we will do LUNCH. Anatole has promised lunch. {SMILE}


All the photos taken with my trusty Nikon P900.


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Why I Would Rather Crawl On My Hands-and-Knees Than Own A German Car.

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From October 14, 2016, U.K. “Daily Mail“.

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Use above link to access “Daily Mail” original. Click image to ENLARGE and read here.


Bloody typical of the Gestapo mentality.


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Olympus Provides Photographic Tips For Shooting Fall Color — Shamelessly Advocating Post-Processing Cheating!

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Click here to access Olympus original IF you like to CHEAT.


Post-processing of Fall Color pictures seems particularly WRONG.

What is the point.

If you are going to alter color, temperature, ambience etc. WHY bother going out and shooting.

Just grab some pictures off the Internet and go to town.

I find post-processing kind of offensive. Kind of like doing a TRUMP to your photographs.

I see on Facebook, to my intense amusement but also subject to my derision, some folks who ONLY like post-processed images. SMILE.


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“Great British Bake Off” 2016, Series 7 Episode 8 (Tudor) — ‘drivera606’ Works On YouTube.

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Click to access YouTube video.


If you want to watch here.


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