My Flickr contact anton flow posted this great (flipped?) image of shadows of legs. Brilliant idea.
My Flickr contact and friend Gary Sharp posted this amazing image of dunes on the Dellenback Trail on the Oregon coast.
The iPhone Xs camera is really something with a new level of detail I’ve not seen on any iPhone camera before it.
My Flickr contact and friend Gary Sharp posted this fantastic, high contrast image of wet dunes on the Dellenback Trail on the Oregon coast, shot with his Ricoh GR II.
My Flickr contact wakoo22 posted a beautifully exposed and composed image of rapids (probably in Japan) taken with a Ricoh GRD 4 (an older small-sensor model).
My Flickr contact Werner Schwehm posted this dramatic image of a group of skyscrapers in London, including “the gherkin” on the left.
I like the contrail which looks like a scratch in the sky.
My Flickr contact Jean-Marc Vernier posted this excellent image of a boy and a soccer ball from above. The shadow over the brick pattern is perfect.
My Flickr contact eses moto posted this brilliant silhouette of what looks like a woman and a screen with a great pattern on it. Fantastic.
Decided to try an experiment with multiple exposures on a small hosta outside our house.
The Ricoh GR makes it easy: I kept going until it told me that was enough. This one was the fourth in the series which means that there are four exposures here. I got to five and it was nice too but somehow I liked this one best.
This is a fun process and the real fun will be coming up with subjects ripe for this kind of technique. Thanks Gary and others who led me into this.
My Flickr contact and friend Gary Sharp shot this multiple exposure of a rhododendron plant on the Oregon coast with his Ricoh GR II.