Reader Photos – Sunday, August 8, 2010

Dubai Summer Nights . . . !

It’s time for our weekly break from the gear for a few minutes so we can enjoy another round of reader photos from the Photography Bay Flickr Group.

You can mouse over any photo for title and photographer names.  Additionally, clicking on the photos will take you to its Flickr page where you can read more about the shot, leave a compliment or connect with the photographer.





Blue #5


Homeward bound

Trying to make an appearance

these boots



NY Bound

Madelyn and the hat: the non-phone version

Im a living vampire...

Fave This!

An Apple a day keeps doctor away


Red Ears

Lotus 1

itchy dance

A dangerous person to disagree with.

The Boesky

Wedding :: Elaine & Dan

What are you doing down there?

Memorias de Inopia

Skinny Love

Suspended clear in the sky are the words that we sing in our dreams.

2010-08-02 13-59-25 - IMG_9831 Metal Work in Progress

Coming for a landing

Aegis Test Shoot

BC 048

The Crossing

Inside man...


2011 Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG




213/365 - Reverie

GrEEn Menu

Rock Star Romance

Yacht Wedding

Well Deserved

Caterpillar (lit with Can O' Pickles) and some mirrors

the photogs

walking the dogs

Garie Beach

Elephants on the Mara.

The Wilderness

Little Italy

Foggy morning in Coquitlam, BC

Vancouver Skyline

Stretch, Yawn, Breakfast

the look

I see eyes everywhere..

Tory Party HQ



the look part 2


charlevoix 10-08-04 03

Elie -4

like so

Mountain Whitewater

Veckans bild 80

Quiet Pier (328 sec)

Sparows tea party

King of the savannah

zore emission?

As always, thanks for being a part of Photography Bay and sharing your work with the rest of us.

If you missed out on this round of reader photos, feel free to join in on the fun and add your photos to the Photography Bay Flickr Group and maybe we’ll get you next time.

Have a great Sunday!



  1. Jerome Taylor says

    Great photos, but, they remind me of the recent discussion at The Online Photographer ( about “Color Imaging Constrains How We See” that talked of how the capabilities of Ektachrome and then Velvia influenced the look of photos over time. Now we have the influence of the display on the back of the camera. Underexposed and over-saturated, a sort of glowing gloominess. Not that any of the shots are bad but shooters might wish to explore getting some details in the shadows and leaving the saturation slider towards the middle. (Yes, the “expose the the right” school does have its own somewhat limited style.) Again, great stuff, a testament to how technology has enabled creativity.