Guess.What.Day.It.Is?


Notes:

  • Photo: Joshua Cripps in My Modern Met: “So, how did Cripps pull off this photograph? “The whole shoot was meticulously planned,” he reveals to My Modern Met, “from the country (UAE) to the location (Liwa desert), to even the GPS coordinates of where I and camel would both stand, as well as the focal length of the lens I would use. Even the timing was planned, down to the minute of when the eclipse would appear in the frame behind the man and his camel. ” (Thank you for sharing Mimi!)
  • Background on Caleb/Wednesday/Hump Day Posts and Geico’s original commercial: Let’s Hit it Again.

Comments

  1. “The dawn of Islam”. An interesting photo!

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  2. caleb’s art shot

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  3. Of course! The Umbrella Moon for Caleb! HHD, my friend!

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  4. That. Is. Incredible. Caleb goes glam. And DK, I’m already envisioning a heron at the park, silhouetted by the full moon or something. Start planning! 😛😉

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  5. What a spectacular photo!

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  6. Truly beautiful!

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  7. Stunning – and there’s me thinking: What a perfect photoshop work of art!
    Isn’t it so sad that we nowdays rather think of either a drone pic or clever photoshop (or similar) modification?

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  8. Amazing! His meticulous planning really paid off!

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  9. Reblogged this on It Is What It Is and commented:
    WOW!! … Awesome photographer at work!! … “Photo: Joshua Cripps in My Modern Met: “So, how did Cripps pull off this photograph? “The whole shoot was meticulously planned,” he reveals to My Modern Met, “from the country (UAE) to the location (Liwa desert), to even the GPS coordinates of where I and camel would both stand, as well as the focal length of the lens I would use.”

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  10. Oh, what a perfect picture!

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  11. Caleb is smart. Not looking directly at a solar eclipse.
    -Alan

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