This is another photo to defy the cold spell we are having in the Northeast. It was taken this summer at the Lawrence Village Plaza, where our local KMart is located, during a car cruise. These stuffed tigers were laying on top a of 1980s Oldsmobile Hurst/442. It looks like the the orange one has been stuffed in the trunk one too many times and has got her nose out of joint.
To explain the title of this photo: A group of tigers is called an ambush or a streak. Males are known as tigers while the females are known as tigresses. Their young ones are known as cubs or whelps.
Bu, Kuzeydoğuda yaşanan soğuk havaya meydan okuyan başka bir fotoğraf. Bizim yerel KMartın bulunduğu Lawrence Köyü Plazasında bir otomobil seyri sırasında, bu yaz çekildi. Bu doldurulmuş kaplanlar bir 1980'lerin Oldsmobile Hurst/442 üzerinde yatıyorlardı. Turuncusu bagaja çok kez sıkıştırılmış ve burnunu kırmış gibi görünüyor.
Bu fotoğrafın başlığı açıklamaya: Bir grup kaplana bir pusu veya bir meç denir. Erkekleri kaplan, dişiler ise [İngilizcede] tigress olarak bilinir. Onların gençleri yavru veya [İngilizcede] whelp olarak bilinir.
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jadesgran (5202) 2014-01-07 22:01
What a fun picture!Especially like the cub.
Nicou (118406) 2014-01-08 1:32
quelle famille de tigre et rencontre qu tu as fait géniale compo et vue sur le toit de la voitrue sueprbe ave cle petit avec les belles couleurs et le brillant spendide.
Bravo et amitié
williewhistler (13211) 2014-01-08 3:04
the bright colours certainly liven up the screen,it`s a lovely fun picture,I guess that it would have lightened up the day for the shoppers.
We see from the news that parts of USA are suffering from a severe cold spell,trust you are staying warm.
Subhogen (4065) 2014-01-08 4:35
What a lovely tiger family, the cub has got dad's fairer complexion :-)
On the serious side a day might soon come when we will have to do with stuffed toys if we want to see a tiger. There are only about a thousand left in India. Anyways lovely colorful fun picture with bright colors, clarity and light. I like it a lot. Thanks for sharing.
aleXundar (1256) 2014-01-08 10:18
A nice colorful witty shot of a gorgeous family, sitting proudly on the car. Wonderful catch and a very nice presentation.
EstudioChispa (1890) 2014-01-08 13:08
This is the funniest thing I've seen here in some time! The orange one's smooshed face is just icing on the cake! And thanks for the education on the use of the group word, "ambush!"
May I digress slightly? I have a project going and want your input, as this is the best way I have (so far, anyway) of reaching you.
As you may have seen in some of my earlier posts, there is an ever-growing collection of statues along the bayside walk in La Paz, BCS, Mexico. I have not been able to find -- in English or Spanish -- any comprehensive guide that identifies the artists or provides any other basic info, so I want to create one.
We visited La Paz in December and I shot >1,000 frames of these artworks. Since our return, I have been reviewing them and processing my favorites. Today, I have posted the first cull on a website and I humbly ask you for any insight, opinions, or critiques you might offer.
I acknowledge that we live in a very busy world and I thank you in advance for any time you kindly lend to this project. Do not feel like you need to comment on or even look at every image. Likewise, please remember that I know we are friends and I have a thick skin, so there is no reason to be diplomatic -- let me know what you honestly think of these images and, as always, if you see a way they could be improved, I want to hear your ideas!
With only two exceptions, nothing has been added or removed from these images. Specifically, the stars in the sky in the images of the Mantarraya are the same light that was captured in the original exposure, although I admit they have been accentuated in post-processing. The exceptions? In one shot of the Ballena, and one shot of the Vaquitas, I have freed the sculpture from its post to allow the art to swim or fly away!
So check them out when you have the time, please? http://fotos.estudiochispa.com/?page_id=77 Also, feel free to forward this note and the URL to any of our other friends.
Peace, love, and creative exposures to you!
kato (11630) 2014-01-09 3:30
You're capturing well this scene by a good angle, a good focus and excellent tone/clarity, so it's interesting and impressive to see the stuffed animal of the family of the tiger to car roof in parking lot. Especially, a young tiger is so cute. And, it's good at color combination. By the way, according to the newspaper, I hear that the United States is attacked by severe cold wave now, is the place in which you live OK?
maloutim (9633) 2014-01-11 17:58
Lovey idea to defy the cold ! I feel for you as I don't quite like very low temperatures ! Hard winter this year, with cyclones, floods or polar temperatures in many parts of the world !
I like your tiger family : Not racist either ! Proud father whose cub takes after him :-)
The owners of this trio must have had a great sense of humor ! I wonder what their idea behind thus display was ? Good Mood Day ?
Thanks for sharing.
jmdias (53667) 2014-01-17 15:32
an interesting image, with a touch of good humor an peace. nice details of the environment and the objects. TFS.
adores (35220) 2014-01-20 16:12
This is really funny! I see there's also a crocodile inside:)! A good scene and a nice photo, not something we see everyday:)!
- Copyright: Murat Tanyel (mcmtanyel) (11641)
- Genre: Places
- Medium: Color
- Date Taken: 2013-07-17
- Categories: Daily Life, Transportation, Event
- Camera: Nikon D7000, AF-S DX NIKKOR 18-105mm f/3.5-5.6G ED VR, RAW, Vivitar Series 1 HD CPL 67mm
- Exposure: f/5.6, 1/125 seconds
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- Photo Version: Original Version
- Date Submitted: 2014-01-07 21:02