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2010-12-01 17:23:58
I forgot to add that I found that photo, flipped, on s118.photobucket with the name izabelseguros mentioned.
2010-12-01 16:57:22
I found this photo on flickr with the caption "storm at sea - by unknown". It was posted by gordyt. He added "storm at sea - was forwarded a bunch of these pics by a friend of mine. I do not know the origin". He posted others like that. I saw on flickr what seems to be a flipped side of this photo, posted by chayer_pierre @ flickr. I think that Ademir was sincere in his post...not knowing it was photoshopped. Some at flickr also made that mistake. I have seen on some sites the photoshop (two photos merged) work of Kevin Walker...our resident photoshopper/merger. The sites praise the wonderful photography and some wonder where the photo was taken. I always felt that Kevin should have put at the caption "two photos merged" or something like that. There is so much misleading info in cyberspace. Soon, we will no longer be able to tell what is real and what is not. Anybody wanting to make a nasty comment to me should wait ;-) I'm off to Seattle for my Christmas shopping tomorrow for 3 days.
2010-11-30 19:15:45
no miss, control it:
2010-11-30 16:16:30
"beaucoup times"! You bilingual HJ?
2010-11-30 16:13:41
You up to your old tricks again Ademir? ;-)
2010-11-30 08:52:28
One of Pixdaus' most duplicated pictures!
2010-11-30 06:31:11
This is a composite photo-shopped image that has been posted on the web beaucoup times: over 40 according to Tineye. The part depicting the storm was taken near Alvo, Nebraska, in June, 2004, by storm chaser Mike Hollingshead. That image has been flipped horizontally and imposed on a scene of an island. I don't know the identity of the island, but it's reasonably certain that it isn't anywhere near Nebraska : )