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Mother Bored

By NDODS    
Good Day to you all at ePz.

Thank you all for taking the time out to view, comment and vote on my image 'Firewall' which I uploaded yesterday. A further thank you goes to; Lifesnapper (John), DicksPics (Richard), Sparrowhawk (Steve), Mex (Phil), PrunellaCara (Eileen) and Sweetpea62 (Lin) for their User Awards.

Today's image is the final in the series. I have enjoyed coming up with and creating them using a range of Desk Top Publishing Software.

To set the record straight. I have on occasions used images from the www which I was unaware of being subject to Copyright Rules. This was highlighted yesterday when I received a very polite and understanding message from a site moderator. I can only apologise if any I deceived anyone into thinking that my composite images were constructed entirely from personal images.

The main subject in today's image i.e. the Gorilla was downloaded from the web from a legitimate site called FreeImages.com. If you require any further information regarding my images please send me a PM.

I hope that you all have a great day whatever you may be getting up to.

As for me I shall be taking things easy after a rather torrid time yesterday.

Regards as always Nathan GrinGrinGrin

Tags: Terms Bored Fun Computers Mother Digitally manipulated Desk Humour ICT

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PranavMishra 8 52 18 India
12 Sep 2015 7:40AM
Grin Grin Grin another fine one..
perhaps you wrote it wrongly.. it is called Mother Board.. Grin
mrswoolybill Plus
14 2.6k 2371 United Kingdom
12 Sep 2015 7:51AM
Fantastic series, I've really enjoyed these. Sorry I have had very little time for commenting, but it's been something to look forward to every morning.
Ted447 Plus
8 216 1 United Kingdom
12 Sep 2015 7:53AM
It was a fine series Nathan I really enjoyed It. Ted. GrinGrin
LynneJoyce Plus
12 22 101 United Kingdom
12 Sep 2015 7:59AM
Another beauty. This series has to be a book!
12 Sep 2015 8:13AM
This one made my day ,made me smile very much enjoyed .GrinGrin
capto Plus
8 6.6k 25 United Kingdom
12 Sep 2015 8:14AM
Great to share in the fun of the series.Smile

ivor
Mollycat Plus
7 21 2 United Kingdom
12 Sep 2015 8:44AM
An outstanding series Nathan. Like the poster.
Peter GrinGrinGrin
franken Plus
18 5.2k 4 United Kingdom
12 Sep 2015 8:58AM
Brilliant!!SmileSmile

Ken
CaroleS Plus
10 442 3 United Kingdom
12 Sep 2015 9:11AM
Love the play on words, well thought out and executed!
Bantu 7 7 1 India
12 Sep 2015 9:13AM
Full of education,Nathan and next cpu.

Vikram
gss 7 1 Romania
12 Sep 2015 9:20AM
Enjoyed a lot your series. But about copyright I have a question. If I take a shot of an urban billboard ( being on a wall on a street, so a public domain); If cropping the billboard image and using it as my own picture or in a collage as yours, what's happening?; I know that you will not able to make an answer, but it would be a maybe a discussion subject on the forum; in the same sense the EU, now occupied with the refugee crisis, has abandoned for the moment, a very sensible subject for photographers, reported 3 months ago by Wikipedia: there was a project of a UE to prohibit taking shots, even in public spaces as streets or squares,. for copyrighted buildings ( a younger than 70 years old building is considered the property of the architect; so even it is your property - you bought the house for example - you cannot take shots without the architect or the rights owner permission). So no more modern buildings shots. By fortune this EU legislative initiative it has been postponed, but in the future the problem will come again. I think, maybe on photographers sites, this should be discussed. I have read some law opinions on the net and this could be a very very serious problem: for example how to know the age of the construction to know if it is allowed to take shots with it or no.

Silviu
barbarahirst 12 27 12 United Kingdom
12 Sep 2015 9:21AM
love the title....
SUE118 Plus
12 8 1 United Kingdom
12 Sep 2015 9:27AM
Nathan it's been a great series and I've enjoyed it. Sue Smile
12 Sep 2015 9:40AM
Brilliant, liked seeing them
12 Sep 2015 10:05AM
Great finish for a super creative series, Nathan
12 Sep 2015 10:52AM
Well personally I thought it was bloody obvious that the images were made up mainly of none personal images Nathan Grin and I'm sure that you did mention it somewhere along the line. And if www images are subject to copyright, then the owner's should take the time and trouble to make sure that they cannot be ripped off in my opinion.
But any way, a great finale to the series Nathan which I and many others have enjoyed. My award today not only goes to this image but to the whole brilliant set. I think that the owners of said images should pay you for advertising and promoting their WorkWink

JohnSmile
12 Sep 2015 11:17AM
i also enjoyed your work make sure there are no dry joints





billy
ade123 8 285 1 United Kingdom
12 Sep 2015 12:14PM
A superb image Nathan and also an outstanding set

Ade
prabhusinha 13 5 5 India
12 Sep 2015 1:37PM
A great series I enjoy the idea behind
12 Sep 2015 1:59PM
I agree with the comments - the series really grew on me and I'll miss them! Series 2 perhaps???
TrevBatWCC Plus
12 13 17 England
12 Sep 2015 3:01PM
I don't think PranavMishra quite understands the pun and spelling! Grin
I'm loving your very inventive titles as much as your creations, Nathan Smile Like that poster too! Hope it's not copyrighted.... Wink I didn't expect you to have photographed each element in your images, we all take others (non-copywrited) stuff and include it in our creations, don't we? Silviu sums it all up well - the whole issue is just getting sillier about what you can photograph and what you can't Sad
Trev Smile
12 Sep 2015 4:00PM
Yes - silly 'laws' of copyright taken to extremes. I can't see that it matters if you're not making money out of said photos and you also give an acknowledgement - which you have Nathan .... In fact - it's good free publicity/ advertising for the Photographer in question. I would feel highly honoured if someone liked my pic enough to use it. Eileen
12 Sep 2015 4:26PM
Very Good , Nathan ! - Ok , she is a mother , at first I thought looks like me , but then - no !TongueSmileSmileSmile --- Jukka.
taggart Plus
16 47 14 United States
12 Sep 2015 4:53PM
ha ha ah-- Yes, she is a mother-- mothers are usually in charge of everything, like the mother board--- another great and amusing homonym manipulation!
netta1234 9 382 2 Wales
12 Sep 2015 5:11PM
Another great one NathanSmile
NettaSmile
12 Sep 2015 6:39PM
A fantastic end to your wonderful art work series, I have really enjoyed them , love the title too.

Agree with John with every word he says.


Patty GrinGrinGrinGrinGrin
tonyng Plus
11 11 3 United Kingdom
12 Sep 2015 7:48PM
Keep the series going Nathan.
12 Sep 2015 8:04PM
A great image with an apt title, Nathan.
Fred
Daisymaye Plus
12 23 18 Canada
13 Sep 2015 12:30AM
Another excellent and creative image Nathan.
Chinga Plus
10 3 2 United Kingdom
13 Sep 2015 10:58AM
Wish my desk looked like this... Love the poster on the left! A nice and unique work of art!
IB
14 Sep 2015 1:29PM
Brilliant Nathan..Lin
BarbaraR 14 940 1 England
15 Sep 2015 10:12AM
This series has been super, really loved your imagination, skill and humour.

B.
gajewski 16 10 9 United States
18 Sep 2015 12:11AM
Nathan,
It looks like you have influenced another ePz member to try this (representing computer terms).

https://www.ephotozine.com/photo/screen-shot-44824924#comment_18282079

-=\Walter

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