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 Critique Group Challenge from week 45

Critique Group Challenge: 

Week 45, History/Historic

Photo by LeRoy Messenger

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LeRoy says:

A collection of glass containers, from the assayers's office in the Vulture City Mine, SW of Wickenburg, AZ. The assay office was part of a two-story lab, built in 1884, and used to create bars of gold/silver. Mining started in 1863 when Henry Wickenburg discovered a quartz formation while looking for a vulture he had shot. The mine was closed in 1942 According to the Vulture City Mine website, Phoenix, AZ, "grew up around the agricultural center spawned by the needs of the Vulture City Mine".

 

52-Week Photo Challenge Class
Week 45 - DrivePan 

Week 52 Photo Challenge:

Week 45, DrivePan

Photo by Debra Gagnon

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Debra  says:

For Pete's sake, this was hard. Beautiful sunny day in the 50s. Lake Jacomo in Missouri, east of Kansas City. Lovely drive. Used all the speeds Ricky suggested. Thought this one best represented this weeks theme, although I feel it was pure chance. Will definately have to try this one again in the future.

 

Smart Phone Photo Challenges
Week 45 - Dinnertime

Smart Phone Challenge:

Week 45, Dinnertime

Photo by Star Carpenter

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Star says:

Photo taken in portrait mode with stage lightening..

Ricky's Challenge Photos

Smart Phone Challenge:

Week 45, Dinertime

Photo by Ricky Tims

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Ricky says:

Here's the gas stovetop...waiting for dinner to begin. Edited in Prisma app with Umbrella

 

Critique Group Challenge:

Week 45, History/Historic

Photo by Ricky Tims
from the 2021 Critique Group

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Ricky says:

These are the historic Great Sand Dunes. This national monumnet is one of my favorite places to photograph and I had the oppoutury to make a trip there this wek. The dunes have a long history of monotonous repetition. The Medano river flows and washes the sands back out into the valley. The notorious winds blow the sands back up onto these 750' tall dunes. This cycle has been happening now for about 440,000 years. I barely remember yesterday (smile).

 

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