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    • By farnz
      Thank you to everyone who took part in last month's 143rd Barnack's Monthly theme, which was filled with more than 1,650 pictures, excellent ideas and interpretations of the theme.  Also, thank you to everyone who helped to make it another successful month by generously posting their pictures and in particular to those people who posted for the first time - I hope you found it an interesting and rewarding experience and I hope it encourages you to share more of your pictures with us!  
       The 144th Barnack's Monthly theme for September 2020 is:
       Parallel lines.
      This month's theme is any picture that includes parallel lines but they must remain equidistant over their length.  It could be one pair of parallel lines, many parallel lines, straight parallel lines, curved parallel lines, short parallel lines, long parallel lines, railway lines, lines on a wardrobe, leaded window panes, lines on a sports pitch, parallel lines on the side of an ocean liner, parallel lines formed by paving slabs, aircraft launch lines on an aircraft carrier, twin vapour trails in the sky, parking bay lines in a carpark, rugby goal posts, swimming lanes, double yellow lines following a curved kerb, the bars in a Rolls Royce grill, the parallel circular lines around a porthole, the rungs in a ladder, the styles in a ladder, the steps in a staircase, a run of flagpoles outside a large hotel, the fountain display outside the Bellagio in Las Vegas, shelving in a supermarket, an album by Blondie, a line of poplar trees beside a country lane, the furrows in a ploughed meadow, lines of Lavender bushes in Provence - it's entirely your choice so let your imagination run free!  
      It would be a help if you give your picture a title so to help us understand your point of view. Members have asked if we'd very kindly name the camera and lens used - if you can remember - because it's interesting to know but, again, it's just helpful.
      The rules are deliberately loose so go out and shoot with this month's theme in mind or start searching back through those pictures you took oh-so long ago that you'd forgotten about and start posting! It doesn't have to be your best ever shot and it's not a competition so you might surprise the rest of us and yourself - it's just about sharing some pictures, seeing others' take on the topic, and enjoying it!

      Everybody's welcome to contribute, any interpretation, any number of posts, pictures that have been posted on the forum before, any equipment as long as it and the photo complies with the forum's rules of either camera or lens or both made by Leica. Please post freely - especially newcomers and please remember there's no judging or criticism (good or bad) in this thread. So, if you'd like to show your acknowledgement or appreciation that someone has posted their picture then instead of posting a comment please use the "Thanks" button that you can find at the bottom right of every post.

      Please post away and I look forward to seeing your interesting interpretations of this month's theme.
      Note: Moderator Pop has very kindly assembled links to all of the past Barnack's Monthly threads as a single archive that can be found here: Barnack's Monthly Index.  Thank you, Pop!   Pete.
    • By farnz
      Thank you to everyone who took part in last month's 142nd Barnack's Monthly theme, which was filled with more than 1,350 pictures, excellent ideas and interpretations of the theme.  Also, thank you to everyone who helped to make it another successful month by generously posting their pictures and in particular to those people who posted for the first time - I hope you found it an interesting and rewarding experience and I hope it encourages you to share more of your pictures with us!  
       The 143rd Barnack's Monthly theme for August 2020 is:
       Worn on the face or head.
      This month's theme is any picture that includes something that is usually worn on the face or head including masks, hats, wigs, caps, helmets, niqabs, hijabs, but not lampshades I'm afraid.  It could be a cowboy hat on a ranch, a flat cap in a pub, a covid mask on the street, a spray-painter's mask, a crown, a Spiderman mask, an army helmet, a silk scarf, a visor, a snorkle and goggles, a sharp pointy medieval princess's hat, a bearskin, a cavalier's hat, a bjudge's wig, a judge's execution 'black cap', a mortarboard, a Justin Beiber face mask, a Prince Charles face mask, a fez, a jester's hat, a red nose day red nose, a baseball cap, a rubber bondage dog mask, a tam o' shanter, a turban, Christmas reindeer antlers, a kitty-kat ears headband, a plastic pig's snout, a gentleman's hairpiece, a conquistador's helmet, an archer's helmet, a wool-lined leather bomber hat with earflaps, an ushanka - a muskrat fur-lined Russian hat, a trucker cap, a Homburg, a Trilby, a Fedora, a Panama, a beret, a tophat, a brown Derby (bowler hat), a Baker Boy hat, a pork-pie hat, a Tyrolean, a straw boater, a floppy hat, a cricket cap, a beanie, a balaclava - it's entirely your choice so let your imagination run free!  
      It would be a help if you give your picture a title so to help us understand your point of view. Members have asked if we'd very kindly name the camera and lens used - if you can remember - because it's interesting to know but, again, it's just helpful.
      The rules are deliberately loose so go out and shoot with this month's theme in mind or start searching back through those pictures you took oh-so long ago that you'd forgotten about and start posting! It doesn't have to be your best ever shot and it's not a competition so you might surprise the rest of us and yourself - it's just about sharing some pictures, seeing others' take on the topic, and enjoying it!

      Everybody's welcome to contribute, any interpretation, any number of posts, pictures that have been posted on the forum before, any equipment as long as it and the photo complies with the forum's rules of either camera or lens or both made by Leica. Please post freely - especially newcomers and please remember there's no judging or criticism (good or bad) in this thread. So, if you'd like to show your acknowledgement or appreciation that someone has posted their picture then instead of posting a comment please use the "Thanks" button that you can find at the bottom right of every post.

      Please post away and I look forward to seeing your interesting interpretations of this month's theme.
      Note: Moderator Pop has very kindly assembled links to all of the past Barnack's Monthly threads as a single archive that can be found here: Barnack's Monthly Index.  Thank you, Pop!   Pete.  
    • By farnz
      Thank you to everyone who took part in last month's 141st Barnack's Monthly theme, which was filled with more than 1,900 pictures, excellent ideas and interpretations of the theme.  Also, thank you to everyone who helped to make it another successful month by generously posting their pictures and in particular to those people who posted for the first time - I hope you found it an interesting and rewarding experience and I hope it encourages you to share more of your pictures with us!  
       The 142nd Barnack's Monthly theme for July 2020 is:
       Wheel.
      This month's theme is any picture that includes a wheel or the word "wheel" on its own or as part of another word.  It could be a spinning wheel, a stationary wheel, a wagon wheel, a blue wheel, a spoked wheel, a wheelhouse, a ship's wheel, a pulley, a castor, a tractor wheel, a steering wheel, a flywheel, a flying wheel, aircraft undercarriage, train wheels, trainer wheels, soapbox wheels, go-kart wheels, a Catherine wheel, a bicycle wheel, a tricycle wheel, a tandem wheel, a random wheel, tank track wheels, a block and tackle pulley, steel wheels, racing wheels, a mill wheel, a wooden wheel, a Tibetan prayer wheel, Wheeler's Furniture sign, a pinwheel, pram wheels, Wheel of Fortune, The Arkwright's Wheel pub - it's entirely your choice so let your imagination run free!  
      It would be a help if you give your picture a title so to help us understand your point of view. Members have asked if we'd very kindly name the camera and lens used - if you can remember - because it's interesting to know but, again, it's just helpful.
      The rules are deliberately loose so go out and shoot with this month's theme in mind or start searching back through those pictures you took oh-so long ago that you'd forgotten about and start posting! It doesn't have to be your best ever shot and it's not a competition so you might surprise the rest of us and yourself - it's just about sharing some pictures, seeing others' take on the topic, and enjoying it!

      Everybody's welcome to contribute, any interpretation, any number of posts, pictures that have been posted on the forum before, any equipment as long as it and the photo complies with the forum's rules of either camera or lens or both made by Leica. Please post freely - especially newcomers and please remember there's no judging or criticism (good or bad) in this thread. So, if you'd like to show your acknowledgement or appreciation that someone has posted their picture then instead of posting a comment please use the "Thanks" button that you can find at the bottom right of every post.

      Please post away and I look forward to seeing your interesting interpretations of this month's theme.
      Note: Moderator Pop has very kindly assembled links to all of the past Barnack's Monthly threads as a single archive that can be found here: Barnack's Monthly Index.  Thank you, Pop!   Pete.
    • By TheGodParticle/Hari
      Most of us seem to be photographers as well as collectors.
      Show me your favorite lenses, old and new alike.
      I like the Noctilux range for the extreme apertures, but I prefer the Summilux range for the best speed:size/weight ratio.
      Here’s a Summilux gathering of 21, 24, 28, 35, 50 and 75mm. All in black. 

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