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April 2020 Photo Assignment - The view from my window

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    I asked for suggestions and this month's assignment will be 'The View from My Window'.


    Ok then, Who will be the first to post?
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    Considering whats going on in the world right now how about "The view from my window".

    aubintbay's idea of "The view from my window" could be fun

    Another couple of ideas suitable for while we are stuck at home:

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    Photos from one room i.e. bathroom or kitchen etc

    Macro can provide a lot of opportunities around home. Rather than general "macro" a specific macro theme perhaps along the line of "Macro Mondays" a list of their past themes here https://www.flickr.com/groups/macrom...7713701093088/ (this can also be a resource for non-macro themes too).
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    "The view from my window" - makes good sense (Yours are good for future months RM)
    Thx aubintbay!
    Merging suggestions and starting the thread right here.

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    They still make house calls.

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    Well done BF - Love it! Wonderful processing in BW, dig the comp!
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    Me, I got a cat from my smartphone.
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    Here's my take on this one. This is my first ever go at layering photos and done with new software to boot....gonna take some time.

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    Sorry for not being very active the last little while.
    These are not exactly through my window but they are from my balcony. Hope that counts.
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    I am enjoying seeing the creativity and the views from lockdown around the world.

    Loving your creativity there Barefoot, it works really well
    Marko Nice scene looking in at the boss looking out. Nice reflection too
    Nice Sunset MB - looks like the seasons are changing for you
    Nice layering Aub. I bet those trees are beautiful and give a wonderful backdrop when covered in leaves
    From the balcony is fine Asnow. Those curved buildings remind me of the failed photoshop photos when models shape is changed with the liquify tool.

    I hope to do mine over the weekend
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