Challenge! Day to Day 65

MoonMind

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Now, this was ... sort of creepy. I thought it wouldn't be a big deal, so I first researched "65" and stumbled over pretty weird stuff quite quickly (including a whole ecosystem of programming training ... I won't go into that, but it was impressive and depressing at the same time). So I thought I'd better look for some music and found ... nothing I would want to use. And then I though, why not try "retirement" ... and this popped up (right after some dictionnary references) ...


Now I felt tracked by a non-tracking search engine ... What were they guessing at? And then I thought: Maybe they're not that far off - that's what people want to know.

Turns out it was a bit early for me to do that kind of research ...

M.
 

drd1135

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The wet footprint. I could not decide whether or not to crop out that bit of wall at the top. It gave the picture some context but was a bit distracting. What do you think?
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The wet footprint. I could not decide whether or not to crop out that bit of wall at the top. It gave the picture some context but was a bit distracting. What do you think?
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Cropping out the wall creates a completely different picture, it's much more like an abstract that way and also visually less interesting (to me). So I strongly prefer the wall to stay. I must add that I often get criticized at my photo club for including too much in a picture :), mostly because I like to maintain context exactly like here. Oh yes, and I like it.
 
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The wet footprint. I could not decide whether or not to crop out that bit of wall at the top. It gave the picture some context but was a bit distracting. What do you think?
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This reminds of the old days when I did a lot of paranormal research and investigation. At one of the more well known haunted buildings, Waverly Hills Sanatorium. After a rain, we would find kid sized barefoot foot prints tracked out of the puddles, even in the winter. When we found them in the warmer months, they would not evaporate in a normal time frame. Instead, staying for a couple of hours.
 

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