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    Default Photographs of the day - July 18 (with introduction)




    I have a new idea for a recurring thread. Its one for the people that have digital cameras and camera phones.

    Basically, each day, we all submit a photograph. It can be of ANYTHING, as long as it has been taken by yourself and it is clean etc...

    You don't have to put a brief statement about thee photograph, but if you do - make it no more than 50 words.

    I'm not sure if this is going to take off or not - hopefully I'm not the only one with a camera. I feel that it will be a good way to promote amateur photography and share our ideas.



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    Default Re: Photographs of the day - July 18 (with introduction)

    Why dont you start it since you created the thread?

    PS: Wouldnt it be "photograph of the day" or "image of the day"?

    Are we allowed to comment?

    Instead of making a new thread for every new day, wouldnt it just make sense to have a "photograph of the day thread"?

    Since thats allot of threads to make and can be called spamming like the events that happend in history on this day in the shoutbox.

    Just wondering

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    To start, here is mine for today...

    ...I call it "Sky"...

    I'll try to come up with something better tomorrow.

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    Default Re: Photographs of the day - July 18

    Okay MITM18 - we can have it as a single thread - so long as we have the date in each post. I don't want to spam as much as you like being spammed. [smiles]

    Anyone can post an image, and yes, we are allowed to comment, if we wish.

    I look forward to seeing everyone's images.

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    Default Re: Photographs of the day - July 18 (with introduction)

    uh...well...I'd rather not, but you go ahead.
    In a world gone mad, only a lunatic is truly crazy -Homer Simpson

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    Default Re: Photographs of the day - July 18 (with introduction)

    again a very nice idea. Maybe i'll upload an image during the next days (probably tomorrow)

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    Default Re: Photographs of the day - July 18 (with introduction)

    Wouldn't it be more relavent if these photos had a MITM theme to them. You can use the photos in our gallery for example to express your mood.

    Just a small niggle though, if you are going to start a photo of the day thread please get your own webspace, we can't clutter up the database with thousands of non MITM related pictures, its already pretty full

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    Default Re: Photographs of the day - July 18 (with introduction)

    July 19:

    I call it "Grinning coconut"


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    Default Re: Photographs of the day - July 18 (with introduction)

    thats cool

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    Default Re: Photographs of the day - July 19 (with introduction)

    July 19(ish):

    This was taken literally 5 minutes ago. I call it "The view from my bedroom window - at night"

    The occupants in the house opposite saw the camera flash. It was followed by movement of active sillouettes through the curtain light.

    They may assume i was taking a picture of them - If they happen to be on this site, I can assure you, i am no "Peeping Tom" - although the use of flash photography at half past midnight (and in public) may not be totally normal. - I might stick to daytime photography for the future.

    Anyway, I'll stop writing now...enjoy the photograph

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