My first post to reddit - I hope you find this interesting: An 144MP image of a 1941 penny (composite of over 500 images taken by a 4x microscope objective at several focus layers) - image is jpeg compressed to fit the 20M image size limit (details are still visible)
This is a picture I took for a photo competition a few years ago. Objective was to take a photo baised on my interpretation of the poem (on left)
Deep within the Enchantments looking off toward our objective, Prussik Peak. OC [1169x1169]
If life were a video game, this island is my next objective (Fergusson Island in Doubtful Sound, New Zealand) [OC][4791×7183]
There's a group of people that started a proyect called "Ecomuna" near a place situated next to Los Acantilados (Buenos Aires, Argentina). The main objective of this project is to live in eco-friendly houses built with mud bricks (or straight mud) and wood, and eat what you plant and collect.
As the UK goes to vote, our media presents an unbiased objective overview of the facts
After working on a photo for a while I find it difficult to be be objective about it. Any advice would be greatly appreciated.
So, Roald Dahl was a British spy during WWII and his main objective was to seduce U.S. women for possible intel. Here is my interpretation.
I really, really wonder what was their objective
My cable box has a new objective.
Note to self: don't go shopping without a clear objective...
29th Army Division. Entering St. Lo weeks after the initial landings. Objective was to take the city and hold the roads leading out to all of Normandy.
Objective: make a large castle out match sticks, Nailed it!