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dejavudu Jan 20, 2006 9:56 AM

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I love B&W landscapes. Here are a few that I took at our state park here in Savannah.

dejavudu Jan 20, 2006 10:02 AM

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Having a little trouble getting these pics up here, hope they are not going twice.

dejavudu Jan 20, 2006 10:05 AM

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A twisted one.

bigdawg Jan 20, 2006 11:47 AM

Beautiful B&W's Tracy. I like landscapes though I usually prefer color myself.
Tracy there is a Lighthouse just past Fort Pulaski on the left side just past a bridge on the way out to Tybee Island. A few years back the wife and I were going to Tybee Island for a vacation and saw it. At the time the camera I had a, a little pentax 35mm was way too wide angled to get a good photo of that light house. If you're ever out that way could you see if you can get one for me in color?? I would be eternally greatful. Though it is only a small white light house it has kind of haunted me for some reason. It was a very pretty one and kind of lonely looking!


FaciaBrut Jan 20, 2006 1:12 PM

Nice shots! I think B&W images have a timeless classic look. I shot B&W 35mm for years while in high school and college. Had my own darkroom setup. Unfortunately I never had an artistic eye. I'm more of a technician than a photographer.

dejavudu Jan 20, 2006 3:04 PM

I sure will Dawg. We live onlu about 10 miles from Tybee, and go there pretty often. Are you talking about the Tybee Light house?


bigdawg Jan 20, 2006 6:20 PM

No I've got photo's of that one. The one I'm talking about is at the end of the island that fort Pulaski is sitting on. It is a very small white one. I saw some paintings at the Tybee welcome center but wanted a good photo. There is a small channel at the end of the fort pulaski Island and as you pass over it going towards Tybee from there look to the left and you'll see it in the channel! This is if I'm remembering correctly! Many thanks for even considering my request! I'll see if IO can find any of the photos of it that I took. The camera I was using was a very wide angled camera andpushed the light house even further away than it appeared in real life! Was one of the reasons I decided to get a good high Zoom camera when I bought my Kodak!


05_Silver_Allez Jan 20, 2006 7:19 PM

I really like the first two alot and especially the second, very nice shadows in the first.

dejavudu Jan 20, 2006 10:37 PM

Dawg I think I do know the one you are talking about. We go right down 80 to get to the beach, and may even drive out there on Sunday morning. Do you know if it is actually at the fort? I am embarassed to say that I have not ever been over there to Fort Pulaski. I can't wait to get to the water, even if I go 4 times a week!

Will keep you in mind when next we go, and if it's still there I will sure get your pic for you.


bigdawg Jan 21, 2006 12:37 AM

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Tracy I believe it is out in the channel on the east side of Fort Pulaski. Here is the shot of it my poor little fixed lens Pentax 35mm camera delivered! Live it is quite a bit bigger than it looks in this photo. I went ahead and scanned it in and then blew it up. The small white object is the one I mean! I found this on line about it!


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