Weekly Photo Challenge May 15th - May 21st "Something Old"

Needa

Senior Member
Challenge Team
"Something Old" – Marilynne's Choice


Subject: Something Old

Let's see how creative you can be! Color, B&W, HDR...anything goes!

DO NOT SHOOT OR POST IMAGES UNTIL WEDNESDAY May 15th.
This early announcement of the topic is to give a little think time, before the challenge begins. Photos must be taken and submitted between 00:00 UTC of the start date and 23:59 UTC of the end date.

If the forum EXIF viewer does not show for any reason, listing the camera and capture date/time below the photo is acceptable. Listing exposure info, lens & focal length is encouraged so others can learn.

The Rules

1. Any photo submitted for the Weekly Photo Challenge must be taken using a Nikon Camera! Any photo submitted for a weekly challenge must be taken during the dates specified in the challenge thread and taken by YOU including all parts of composites!

2. If the EXIF does not show using a browser EXIF app, listing the camera and capture date/time below the photo is required. Listing exposure info, lens & focal length is encouraged so others can learn.

3. Photos must be posted in this thread to be considered. Links to photos will not be considered an entry (In other words, no Flikr, Photobucket, or similar links)

4. Only one photo entry per member for each week, unless otherwise noted. It is acceptable to delete a post and submit a new entry, replacing the image within a post is not.

5. All regularly active members of Nikonites are allowed to participate, including moderators and administrators.

Voting

During the submission & like periods, please click the Thanks/Like button to vote for your favorite images. You can vote for as many as you want! At the end of the week, you will have the opportunity to vote for the top 3 photos for this challenge!
 

Silversnapper

New member
Medieval Plague Stone
Plague_Stone.jpg

The Black Death (bubonic plague) ravaged Europe in medieval times. Positioned at or near parish boundaries, these vinegar-filled receptacles served as a means of disinfection, offering hope that the local community could safely acquire essential goods and provisions without the looming spectre of contagion. It is thought that this particular stone at Ackworth dates from around 1695.
 

gpanozzo

New member
Hello!
I would like to post this picture.
This are the remains of the old Gunpowder Mill, inside the Roslin Country Park. The Mill was first opened in 1801 and was used to produce gunpowder to be exploded in mines.
Sorry, still new and I don't understand how to make my picture appear as an image instead of a empty thumbnail.... Any help is appreciated! :)

The picture has been taken in manual with a 18-55mm lens
Nikon D5300
Focal length 20mf 3.7
Exposure time 1\500
I hope you like it!

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Marilynne

Administrator
Staff member
Super Mod
Contributor
Hello!
I would like to post this picture.
This are the remains of the old Gunpowder Mill, inside the Roslin Country Park. The Mill was first opened in 1801 and was used to produce gunpowder to be exploded in mines.
Sorry, still new and I don't understand how to make my picture appear as an image instead of a empty thumbnail.... Any help is appreciated! :)

The picture has been taken in manual with a 18-55mm lens
Nikon D5300
Focal length 20mm
f 3.7
Exposure time 1\500
I hope you like it!
Thank you for participating in this challenge.

To add a photo, please click on
Attach files below the dialog box. Then click on Insert, then Full Image.
 

gpanozzo

New member
Thank you for participating in this challenge.

To add a photo, please click on
Attach files below the dialog box. Then click on Insert, then Full Image.
Im sorry on my browser no option for full image comes up. When I click attach files the window to chose the file comes up and that's it.

EDIT: I tried with google chrome instead of Safari and something changed, though the full image does't show. I don't know what else to do...
 
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Marilynne

Administrator
Staff member
Super Mod
Contributor
Im sorry on my browser no option for full image comes up. When I click attach files the window to chose the file comes up and that's it.

EDIT: I tried with google chrome instead of Safari and something changed, though the full image does't show. I don't know what else to do...
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