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Travel Photography: Show and Tell by cameragrrrl on 9 November 2005 2:05am
 
Inspired by a similar thread in another forum, I thought this would be perfect here!

I love looking at other people's travel photos, and hearing the accompanying stories. So here goes:

http://i31.photobucket.com/albums/c390/cameragrrrl/Philadelphia015.jpg

This was taken during the Dali exhibit at the Philly Museum of Art. The steps were covered in images, so that from a great distance (across the street) it looked like Dali's face when you saw all the rows of steps together. Brilliant!

Who's next?
 
Re: Travel Photography: Show and Tell by Sophie-Louise on 9 November 2005 10:50pm
 
woah i like.i studied dali at a level photography and i love his work, it's amazing.

i'm glad someone brought this thread up! i can share this with you:

http://groups.msn.com/sasparillaphotography

this is all my photography taken while i was on my travels or just around the UK. i hope you like it. if you would like to join and add pictures, please do!

sophie xxx

 
Re: Travel Photography: Show and Tell by cameragrrrl on 10 November 2005 1:16am
 
Here's the Dali steps, in full effect:
http://i31.photobucket.com/albums/c390/cameragrrrl/6d0378c0.jpg
 
Re: Travel Photography: Show and Tell by tucsonmike on 10 November 2005 5:37am
 
All are some great pictures.
 
Re: Travel Photography: Show and Tell by purple on 11 November 2005 5:59pm
 
Well, I don't travel much but I do have a photobucket account, which has pictures I took randomly when I went to the Perth CBD. You can see my adventures through the various malls and streets here:
http://photobucket.com/albums/y158/basil2934/
 
Re: Travel Photography: Show and Tell by purple on 11 November 2005 6:02pm
 
whoops, double posted!
 
Re: Travel Photography: Show and Tell by cameragrrrl on 17 November 2005 2:21am
 
http://i31.photobucket.com/albums/c390/cameragrrrl/MadridAlley.jpg

This is an alley in Madrid, taken from out hostel balcony (off Puerta del Sol).
It is nighttime, but there was construction on a nearby building and the workmans' lights were still blazing while the buskers played their instruments.
 
Re: Travel Photography: Show and Tell by Mystic Traveller on 17 November 2005 1:18pm
 
http://mystictraveller.blogspot.com

My work from Asia, North and South America. It's still underconstruction.
 
Re: Travel Photography: Show and Tell by triumphdriver on 17 November 2005 2:28pm
 
I travel throughout Western North America and have shot many an award winning photo and even a few videos. They can be seen at www.synegrymedia.com. NOTE that most of the shots aren't 'arty' hundreds of the shots are simply there to show what the areas look like.

 
Re: Travel Photography: Show and Tell by tucsonmike on 17 November 2005 5:58pm
 
Liked the Synergy site. Just know you inverted a couple of the letters on here, but I got it.

I drove through White Sands when moving to Tucson. That is a neat place.

Nothing wrong with the shots you took. That is the sort of thing I do in Sabino Canyon all the time. I might put it together one day (now that I have a scanner);-)
Mike
 
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