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Time (no clocks) - November 2010

This is a discussion on Time (no clocks) - November 2010 within the Level 2 photography assignments forums, part of the Photo assignments category; Hi members, The theme for the level 2 assignment is Time, no clocks. For me this does satisfy the 'harder ...

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    Hi members,

    The theme for the level 2 assignment is Time, no clocks.
    For me this does satisfy the 'harder than regular assignment' requirement even though it's unrelated (sorry Iggy).

    Okay then - who will post first?
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    okay, try again. I couldn't get my picture to show (maybe time is being wonky). Anyway, here's my interpretaion of 'time':

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    Good start. This definitely shows the effect of time.

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    Nice one Bambi!

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    Interesting...it's a good start.
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    Excellent start Bambi, I wonder how far this thread will go before we start repeating each other.

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    Here is my take on it
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    oh, now that's clever!!!
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    Yes , that shows the passing of time Ed , good thinking!

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    Really great start bambi and Ed!
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