View the world through a leopard's eyes or rather a leopard's lenses
And yes, I still write and I use an Ink Pen.
For Weekend in Black and White
Almost a canon
I like it! Very nice shot!
A fine macro. Maybe Parker would be interested in this photo.
Pens are great. Love that rhythmic scratching sound of penmanship
This is an excellent composition, I like the DOF. My handwriting is terrible, I could never use a fountain pen 😦
I still write in pen and ink as well! I agree with Dragonstar – Parker may well be interested!
well done sharp macro.
nice shot. great detail. good composition. love it.
And I love your still life… 🙂
Oh, I like everything about this shot – composition, depth of field, light and shadow. Picture perfect!
I too have one Ink Pen but not using it now a days. 🙂
Perfect Parker Picture by Prateek.
Madhav’s Magic Blog
Nice profile… really nice
Exellent photo. I love to use an ink pen. It´s my favorite pen. I thought I was alone to use such a pen now a days.
wonderful perspective…the pen indeed feels mighty as you’ve photographed it!
You always surprise me. I like to read the title of your photos and guess what you might have shot before scrolling down to view them. What a cool macro. I have a few calligraphy pens, but nothing so nice as yours.
David/ Houston B&W
I almost forget my calligraphy pens… So nice picture
Fabulous shallow DoF in this image.
even I love writing with Ink pen
very nice shot.
oh fantab click :D.
It is not just a mighty pen — it looks really mightier than the sword 🙂 It is nice to know you still write with ink pen.
hmm, never felt anything great about Parker pens though
Hmmm Parker… Nice shot
WOW!!! AWESOME!!! You have shown us a REAL pen and a PARKER one at that. Boy, does that bring back my days in college. I can remember going from sucking up the ink to the cartridges and then to these horrible ball point ones. I LOVE this shot. The capture is excellent and the textures are superb. This is a soppier shot. Kudos.
If you like ink pens, you should get a better pen 😛
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