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NIKON CORPORATION
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NIKON D3200
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Nov 13, 2012, 2:18:58 PM
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The Kazak Pools On Titan by aegiandyad The Kazak Pools On Titan by aegiandyad
Long before we actually saw what the surface of Titan looked like Kurt Vonnegut Jnr had placed one of his more enduring characters, Winston Niles Rumfoord, permanently in residence there; at least until the chronosynclastic infundibulum into which he had fallen departed from our solar system altogether, taking what was left of him with it.

Anyway, before he left he christened the three major lakes on Titan Winston, Niles and Rumfoord and named the cluster of pools beyond them after his chronosyclasticallly infundibulated dog, Kazak.
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KhemicalKitten Featured By Owner Nov 25, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
So beautiful!!
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rannveigfunderud Featured By Owner Nov 25, 2012  Student Traditional Artist
Oh, very nice!
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Plurkis Featured By Owner Nov 24, 2012
Nice find ! Like it very much. But (nofi), maybe you should have cropped it a bit tighter. The right bottom is a bit out of concept.
But nonetheless thumbs up!
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aegiandyad Featured By Owner Nov 24, 2012
I thought hard about that, but there was so much loveable detail at all the edges... I guess I cut too little.
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Plurkis Featured By Owner Nov 25, 2012
No problem, still like it much. But i've worked as a photo laborant, and i saw what it is, which would be much harder without the right bottom.
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aegiandyad Featured By Owner Nov 25, 2012
The Water, Like A Witch's Oils, Burnt [link] lacks the intrusive bokeh. These photos were solarised, auto toned and adjusted as well as being 'inverted'. You may have have solarised some pictures by accident once. The result is usually ruinous, even with the software 'solarise' filter in Photoshop, but sometimes it can be worthwhile. Just for fun I searched 'Solarised inverted' in our gallery and found this [link] .
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Plurkis Featured By Owner Nov 25, 2012
Thanks for the link. Saw some intresting stuff!
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