Thursday’s Special: Multitude

This photograph is a result of auditory impulses transmitted by music geniuses collectively known as Kraftwerk.

 

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The theme for this Thursday’s Special is “Multitude”. It can be the masses (crowds) or multitude of just about anything (of animate or inanimate origin). It can even be a solitary (human) being with a multitude of worries drawn on his face. Get creative and have fun! I will be waiting for your links…..

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Check out the entries for Multitude. Click on the links above the images:

Klara’s Multitude

A large piece of hare

Individual blurred

Jo’s flowery multitude

Cardinal’s multiple plants

The return of Winter

Selling glasses

Flamingos in the Mist

Multitude: Strength in Numbers

 Multitude a la Anna 

Multitudes of Birds by Sylvia

Irene’s Multitude

Multitude of ocean bubbles

 Shawl Vendors, Quito

A multitude of new leaves

Multitude

Multitude of cigars

Multitude 

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  6. Hi Paula, your entry was beautiful. You came up with a very interesting theme this week. No surprises about you. Loved it.
    I just posted mine and now I’m going to pack…Have a wonderful weekend.
    Cheers.

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      • Muchas gracias por pasarte por mi blog y seguirme. Espero ir aprendiendo a hacer fotos poco a poco, y mejorarlas.
        Me gusta participar en los retos aunque hacéis fotos muy buenas.
        No consigo imaginar que son las bolas azules de tu foto.

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          • Fósforos!, no se me habría ocurrido nunca. El color es precioso.
            Ya había visto que tienes otro en blanco y negro, creo que con mi cámara (una compacta) hay posibilidad de hacerlas así, pero aún no he probado.
            Intentaré a ver qué me sale.
            Buen fin de semana.

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              • Creí que al convertirlas en post tratamiento se notaba, y era a eso a lo que te referías cuándo dices que no pueden tener restos de color, y que esas no las colgarás. Disculpa, pero solo soy un aprendiz de fotógrafo.
                Se pueden convertir con Picasa? Es que estoy aprendiendo a usar ese programa.
                Escribes muy bien el español.
                No sabes cuánto me alegro de ello.
                Muchas gracias.

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