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  1. liquidflight

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    A bit of everything here. Can anyone guess what the second one is? It's tough, so I wouldn't imagine so, but you never know...

    Tell me what you think of these. :)
     
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    I like the flower shot the best. I don't know what #2 is unless it is a part of the train engine, but very interesting. Would that be your hubby standing at the fence?
     
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    nice ones liquid flight, my current screen resolution at work is a shocking 256 colours, but i can still tell they nice pics :)

    hrrm, my guess for #2 too would be part of a train engine, but i have no clue!
     
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    i'd say its part of a train!

    love the light in no 1!
     
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    number 1 has that nice warm lighting to it. number 2 would be my favorite, I think its a great contrast between what it is, old decaying rusty metal machinery, and the soft almost pastel-like colors all that decay is creating. its a nicely composed, pretty picture of rusty machinery.
     
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    Thanks Guys and Gals. Hmm, gal is kind of an ooooold word. Anyway, yes, the man in the bottom one is my gorgeous hubby. :) The second one, good guess but it's not a train engine. It does look that way though, now that I look at it with that in mind. It is actually an old printing press that has been left outdoors to the weather. Neat huh? :) As for the lighting on the first pic, I have NO CLUE how I did that. LOL I have a close up of a flower that ended up the same way and I love it, but I'm not versed in the manual workings of a camera, everything I do is automatic, so I got lucky.
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