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View from my kitchen window. Same place as this.

Tags:   Kingdom of Cambodia Cambodia កម្ពុជា buildings settlements rainbow Tonle Bassac Bassac River Phnom Penh ភ្នំពេញ Chamkar Mon Chamkar Mon District Tonle Basak Commune river

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I pass by this church almost every Saturday but I fail to memorise its name even for just a few seconds. Can it be that they just put some profound sounding words randomly together? It's probably not difficult to write a simple algorithm that produces names like that randomly from a list of 1000 serious words.

Tags:   Kingdom of Cambodia Cambodia កម្ពុជា buildings settlements signs Takeo Takeo Province ខេត្តតាកែវ Prey Kabbas District Prey Kabbas Prey Phdau church KOCMO single speed cycling bicycle Revival Church for Christ Assemblies of God religion

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This is just north of the Tonle Bati Lake and on the boder to Takeo Province.

Not much fun to stay there, I guess - it looks like a prison and I sometimes hear the sound of paramilitary exercises from across the wall at 7 in the morning. But better than Indonesia, where drug addicts face the death penalty. The name of the institution just begs for the acronym DARAC.

Tags:   Kingdom of Cambodia Cambodia កម្ពុជា buildings settlements signs កណ្ដាល Kandal Kandal Province Kandal Stueng District Kandal Stueng Trea Commune Trea KOCMO single speed bicycle cycling Drug Addict Relief Association o Cambodia DARAC

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Tags:   Beech Trees English Woodland Marlborough Oak trees Savernake Savernake Forest Summer Wiltshire Woodland ©Paul Mitchell

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For this challenge, we were asked to reduce the subject area from approx. 3” to about 2-3cm so that it would be difficult to identify the texture in question. The image here just about fits the brief as what you are looking at is around 3cm of the subject. Viewing the enlarged image on screen magnifies the subject several times and clearly shows dust and detritus which is not visible to the naked eye (honest!).

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It’s a small section from a ceramic tile. To the touch the surface feels a bit grippy/rubbery. I placed it at about 45º to the light to bring out all the lumps and bumps. Happy Macro Mondays!

Tags:   Macro Mondays Texture Canon Eos 7D Mark II EF 100mm f/2.8L Macro IS USM Member's Choice: Texture Explore


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