Joe Connors
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After spending some time overseas and witnessing so many interesting & new visuals, I decided to engage in Photography to capture those still moments. I chose to document Medical and Environmental issues, which also provided more people and places to see, as in SE Asia, East Africa, Morocco, India, Nepal, Costa Rica, etc. To me, Photography of any type seems best accomplished by practicing each type(portrait, night, landscape, etc.) until excellence is achieved in each; then apply the same rules to all other types(exposure, depth of field, composition, etc. ). Also, to me, the same "eye" that sees the world in all aspects will find a great shot via the Camera, like the right ingredients that will make a great meal. What bothers me the most is "overexposure." What I like the most is obvious intense "effort", whether for a quick shot or a long studied work. For all of us who collectively benefit from this engaging site, I am sure we can all join up in thanking the geniuses from Google in providing Panoramio free to us, & the link-ups it creates with each other through Photography; as well as especially appreciating those who actually implement it currently and previously. The elaborating aspects of Panoramio illustrates a creatively organized concept.... As to "my" little Panoramio Gallery here, many more photos will follow and your comments are welcomed. All images here are a result of that great invention we all owe so much to and those who came before us, that created it: The "Camera." - Joe

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Perfect. Nice job.

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Very nice photo ! GOOD IDEA!!! Excellent image.…….Greetings from HELLAS(GREECE)...........I LIKE ..1 and FAVORITE…

Great. Superb Portrait.

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Like this one toooo.

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How Unique, including your name placement.

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Nice 1.

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Excellent. Your telephoto put the background out of focus, making this a really good portrait.

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One big white piece of Broccoli.

Still and patient, this Mantis posed in strange cooperation as though waiting for the colors to come together.

Google him & his book, Golden Bones - incredible story. From Cambodia to the USA, a story emerges that matches the intensity of The Killing Fields and a success, through personal effort, bringing us to the present day - you WIll be inspired!

This image was done with together with Fred Canpolat, the only image on this site shared - it was too important to share with you all.


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